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Showing content with the highest reputation since 06/17/2019 in Posts

  1. 40 points
    Trump creates problems so he can "fix" them and take the credit. Worst 'leader' ever.
  2. 26 points
    All this communication complaint stems from the entitlement these days. 30 seconds late on announcements and there is a public outcry. Occasional silence makes an article. Don’t get me started on releases. Release updates too often? Whining. Too soon? Whining. A little later because they want to fix the too soon? Whining. Allowing upgrades to install that could cause problems? Whining. Blocking upgrade installs that could cause problems? Whining. Not verbose enough errors? Whining. Never mind that Windows is one of the most verbose. Bugs, whining. Now this one is valid; if only we could find the unicorn known as bug-free software releases....
  3. 24 points
    Couldn't they just replace him with the Rounded Rectangle tool in any vector editing program?
  4. 24 points
  5. 18 points
    Why did people begin to pirate in the first place again?
  6. 16 points
  7. 16 points
  8. 14 points
    The funniest thing about making Edgium your new default browser is Microsoft asking if you're sure you don't want to try out (the old) Edge.
  9. 14 points
    IF any company was dying it would be facebook.
  10. 13 points
    Blame the parents for their lack of parenting abilities. Giving kids and iPad or game to keep them quiet is lazy parenting when you do not even know what they are doing on the devices/games consoles.
  11. 13 points
    Yes, it was rape you blithering dumbass 🙄 Who. in. fracking. HELL allows teens to have a co-ed pajama party in their basement? With alcohol?? Yeah, hammer the kid, but some parents need a good smackdown too.
  12. 13 points
    i suspect there is more to it than that. Nope, this is the 4th time in a month he has done this. Create fictional issue, blame everyone else.. fix problem at last possible second before deadline he self-made up happens... become savior and all his sheep rejoice.. It's disgusting.
  13. 12 points
    Wonder how many cities Russia and China leveled with nukes. Also kind of curious to know the number of illegal wars they have going on right now. How many coups? How many military bases? How many civilian deaths? How many brainwashed fools spouting propaganda...
  14. 12 points
    Looks cool for browsing images and videos, but absolutely terrible for actually managing files. Hard pass.
  15. 12 points
    I plan to write an article for every single one.
  16. 12 points
  17. 11 points
    Everyone should support AMD so you can buy Nvidia?
  18. 11 points
    I saw that coming, it was a tactical error from the US government in the first place hence why so many US companies ending up complaining to the US government to get them to back down on this because if they didn't, China was going to be forced to come up with a lot of rivals to a lot of US tech and services and that was the last thing the US wants.
  19. 11 points
    Considering windows is mainly on desktops and close to non existent on tablets, NO!! Most of the app refreshes for windows 7 were quite good. 8 and 10 did not bring too many apps that combined functionality and design. And as far as I can see this one sacrifices functionality for design. If you want existing productivity users to flock to mac and linux, this is a great way to achieve that goal.
  20. 10 points
    Think we need to work on doing that here before we try to dictate to other countries what they need to be doing. This is like watching a meth addict telling a coke addict that they need to clean up.
  21. 10 points
    How about an actual sale with good discounts instead of whatever this crap is?
  22. 10 points
    It's worth whatever people are willing to pay for it - that's kind of how economics works.
  23. 10 points
    I'm wondering what the lifespan of that non-removable battery is charging it that fast?
  24. 9 points
    Are they getting that desperate trying to get people to buy their new phones ??? This has got to be a joke, surely ? Not a lot of innovation coming out at Apple for the past few years...
  25. 9 points
  26. 9 points
    "I’ve seen firsthand the devastating impact of guns." Maybe they should remove all them too. Gears 5 is going to be woke trash. Mark my words.
  27. 9 points
    And for that short while, the world was a better place.
  28. 9 points
    Tax avoidance by American companies is rife in Europe. Even Apple came unstuck when their little arrangement with the Irish government was ruled illegal which forced them to pay the €14.3 billion they owed. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-45566364
  29. 9 points
    Yeah, I don't see it as a big deal. No different to Google prompting to install Chrome when using their search engine...
  30. 9 points
    I don't get what the big issue is, It's only a Phone companion thing that suggestions other MS apps that can complete task or open a certain extension. It's not like an ad where you need to watch a 10-30 sec video or you can't close the ad for 10 secs. It's a suggestion. I'd rather this then getting an actual ad in a free app that suggestions a malware app. Oh but if this was Apple or even Google it would be fine.
  31. 9 points
    So instead of blaming the woman who resorted to using a gun, they blame the woman who got shot and lost her baby, just because she started an argument? America is broken. Truly broken.
  32. 9 points
    They're just contracting him for his narration of rounded corners is all.
  33. 9 points
    My brain still exists in the 90s and I was wondering what wrestling had to do with anything. Carry on.
  34. 9 points
    That all fine and dandy if the US wasn't spying on us so as they are all spying on us, I'm going to buy from who delivers the best product at the best price. At the end of the day, we all know that a lot of countries are spying on us, including the US, I don't like it but that just the way it is and I'm certainly not going to ban a company like Huawei because the US government feels under threat from China growing power around the world which is what this is really all about.
  35. 9 points
    "I don't like it therefore it sucks" Ok buddy. I use overlays for media apps all the time but yes you speak for everyone. If you find it annoying have you ever considered just not using it?
  36. 9 points
    I hope they will do the same with celebrity advertising and endorsement on media. For example, famous people talking about the qualities of a product that they aren't even tested because it is also fake review.
  37. 9 points
    That's terribly written. YOUR computer isn't ready, but there's nothing for you to do. Should read something like: OUR update isn't ready for YOUR configuration and we'll let you know when we've fixed it.
  38. 9 points
    Absolutely a crock of crap you don't have more control over this kind of stuff!!
  39. 8 points
    Wow, violence everywhere and smoking is the concerning part.
  40. 8 points
    You have no time for communicating with your peers at work? That sounds pretty sad mate...
  41. 8 points
    It will be quite amusing to see how unevelnly this is enforced. I have a feeling that it will ONLY be enforced on posts referencing Islam, and will be totally ignored when the post references Christians and Jews.
  42. 8 points
    This is the problem. Kids don't understand, nor should they, that paying multiple times with the slim chance that you'll get a reward is gambling. As adults, as per the parents, we have to understand that the 'surprise mechanics' in these games are gambling and use their will to ensure that they don't empty their own bank account in the process of playing the game. Some adults still fall victim, in the same way as these children have that is not through unbeknown, but addiction. The fact that someone can gamble $690 and not get the content from the game, that is actually there just locked away behind a pay to win loot box system shows that there is something seriously wrong with the game industry and the way they're allowed to promote these types of games. I'm surprised that Fifa aren't even questioning the brand license as it stands.
  43. 8 points
    Well, AMD is already cheaper and better than Intel... Since this article is talking about GPUs ... I was obviously talking about Intel's upcoming discrete GPU's.
  44. 8 points
  45. 8 points
    President Obama's second inauguration. Symbol for slavery ... /sigh. Really? Should we boycott the White House which was built (and rebuilt after the War of 1812) in part by slaves (and free African-Americans). The White House where 7 Presidents had slaves working? Anyway ... just saying that this is a slippery slope where just about everything pre-1865 could be interpreted as a "symbol for slavery." This flag was our first official flag ... the first flag for a new nation. I do not really care about the shoes, Nike or Colin ... but telling "the company that the flag, with 13 stars, was a symbol for slavery that offended many" ... he can go fly a kite. Also,
  46. 8 points
    The catch is everything will cost twice as much to manufacture now, and you can bet every single company will pass this cost, and more, onto the consumer. When China produces more CO2 than the US, India and Russia COMBINED, I couldn't care less if things get more expensive. We paid a surcharge for these gadgets until now too - with our planet. They don't give a d@mn about regulations, neither environmental, nor labor wise. That's the "big trick" which allows them to provide such ridiculous prices. They don't play by the book, that's all. Recently they even started using CFC again - a gas banned THIRTY-TWO years ago. They just don't care. Now it's time to decide if we want cheap gadgets, or air to breathe.
  47. 8 points
    Surely if he sent a text where he himself admits that it's rape, it's an open and shut case?
  48. 8 points
    adrynalyne - Note that only the International CNN page is claiming this - I went to the US CNN page - which is not claiming any such thing. (One thing that IS being posted on the US CNN page - a claim that Huawei is in the "too big to fail" category - and primarily because of their non-US connections to telecoms. Any company in the "too big to fail" category - regardless of where it is based - should be worrying - and thew anti-US folks put Huawei there. Basically, the one thing you did NOT want to do with a US company (Cisco) you wound up doing (with Huawei). What was it I said before Trump was even elected about "stepping on the crank with the golf shoes"?) How is that relevant to what I said? Literally nothing I just said was only said by CNN. I’m just going to stop reading anything you ever post because 99% of the time your responses are irrelevant, incoherent ramblings.
  49. 8 points
  50. 8 points
    What's this a new messaging service they will abandon buy 2021?
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