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  1. 36 likes
    Oh no. I guess I will just have to go on not listening to his music like I was before. What a terrible shame.
  2. 22 likes
    I wouldn't exactly call a few BSOD's, Rock Solid.
  3. 21 likes
    If they add DRM support to it, someone else will just fork it and release a non-DRM version.
  4. 19 likes
    That's some dodgy business from Microsoft. It seems they can't stick with their own policies.
  5. 19 likes
    A paying customer was forcibly ejected to make room for staff, what he deserved was to fly on the plane he paid for a ticket for.
  6. 19 likes
    They seem to care about the Mac line even less than MS cares about Windows Mobile.
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    NO ONE deserves to be treated like that. Period. Even less so when they've committed no crime at all. This entire incident was down to United overbooking the flight, so I hope he sues them into the poor house, they deserve it.
  10. 15 likes
    It was only online for two hours? How long was it up before it was first reported? That's the key information. People need learn how ###### works and stop blaming Facebook for things out of their control.
  11. 15 likes
    They knew that it was overbooked before they let people on the plane. They should have let employees on the plane before customers and settle the mess they made at the gate before letting people board the plane.
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    United really f'ed this up. Almost every airline I have flown, the staff members fly standby if the flight is full. For united to force paying customers off and have to get authorities involved just looks really bad.
  13. 15 likes
    Yea, that is ######. The Airline should have made different plans for their employees. Inconveniencing paying customers because of their mistakes is crap.
  14. 14 likes
    Sucked in to the CIA. They betray the privacy of every citizen on Earth (not just Americans), get outed for it, and now they are having a cry as they need to start over again with their tactics? Please.... give me a break. No amount of 'National Security' spewing from their mouths would have anyone with a brain believing that.
  15. 14 likes
    .... only to receive another update that blocks it again. Oh the irony, people actively blocking updates on W10 and actively finding ways to receive updates on W7 and W8.1
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    God damn you Danielx64. I actually thought that was a tiny fruit fly on my monitor with the Neowin nightmode in use.
  18. 13 likes
    What is the typical punishment for treason? Because I see several US agencies which betrayed their citizens, country, and law principles. But still waiting to see them fairly judged.
  19. 13 likes
    I can't agree with that. The vast majority of users can barely turn their devices on and off. Automatic Updates are perfect for these users. These users shouldn't have an off switch for obvious reasons. MS has to keep these users as safe as possible and providing an off toggle could potentially lead to legal trouble for MS if users become infected.
  20. 13 likes
    He didn't interfere with anyone. They interfered with HIM.
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    Why does everything in America revolve around processed junk food?
  24. 13 likes
    Good thing it's not just a tablet and is a lot more capable than that, never mind ignoring the gazillion other programs it can run.
  25. 13 likes
    You are clearly an Apple apologist. It's embarrassing at this point.
  26. 13 likes
    And those "some gamers" have been proven wrong time and again if they ever bothered to look at actual comparisons instead of being biased morons.
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  28. 12 likes
    Yea, how dare anyone show mockups to get general feedback.
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    For the first time in PC gaming history, you really can download a better graphics card,
  31. 12 likes
    Defrag ? Defrag ? Well, on my 486-66 beast with 32MB of EDO RAM I hop on Lycos, with my Netscape browser and see which is the best. If Im not convinced, I will head over to the ol newsgroups @ alt.binaries.windows.defragging.wares and download something cool using my FreeAgent32 newsreeder. I wonder what kind of computers people will be using 10 years from now... I bet computers in 1998 will be so fast.
  32. 12 likes
    Doesn't matter much at this point since a "tablet" alone is the part of the market that's been in a downward spiral for quite some time now. They're being replace by more and more 2-in-1 Windows devices, so while the windows store is still subpar, the market itself is changing as a whole.
  33. 11 likes
    I love people worried about MS having access to the data but don't care that Google does. In fact, let's give Google greater access and never criticize them for their privacy issues, but if Microsoft dares make one little change, they are the devil. Give me a break. Be consistent in your fears.
  34. 11 likes
    Unacceptable ad would mean ad provided by someone other than Google.
  35. 11 likes
    How about there's laws and the companies must respect them as much as we do?
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    Without Vista there would be no other windows that came after it, Vista was the base on which 7, 8 and 10 are built on. And Vista was probably the best looking windows ever!
  38. 11 likes
    If people are condoning this behaviour, then America has ceased to be a sane country...
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    Doesn't change my view in any way ... a passenger should not be physically harmed simply because United overbooked a flight. They should have looked at alternative methods ... not get law enforcement involved because of their mistake. Also, if you are going to deny me boarding ... you should do it before I've boarded.
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    There is absolutely no reason for this gentleman to have been forcibly dragged out, bloodied up and ultimately taken to the hospital...all because (really) United overbooked their flight. They could have handled this so much better ... I do not blame the victim at all in this. Major PR hit for United and hopefully they will change their practice ... though I doubt it as in a few days this will be "yesterday's" news and be forgotten. This should never happen to a passenger ... simply because the plane is overbooked. Saw this on Twitter ... Fitting.
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    They should have waited one more day for the announcement. LOL
  42. 11 likes
    I don't see any "trip up". He's saying that unless they are given a lawful request, they won't give out data. Which nothing here contradicts. They did not provide "unfettered access" to anything.
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    After the way they screwed over people that wanted the Mini NES, I wouldn't purchase it on principle alone.
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  46. 10 likes
    It's EA, no way they won't turn it into a cash cow
  47. 10 likes
    Microsoft's contempt for its most loyal customers continues... lol
  48. 10 likes
    And you just formed an opinion based on a short video. Pot meet kettle, perhaps?
  49. 10 likes
    My thoughts on this earlier today They should be ashamed of themselves, overbooking is their fault and the paying customers are ultimately the losers each time.
  50. 10 likes
    It always sound like you are just paid by Apple to convince other or just suckup! The Touchbar is pure crap, and you praised it! That's the most clear example!