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  1. 24 points
    From another perspective they're actually making each other's products better. As long as they give the other a chance to fix the issue before going public, I'm OK with it.
  2. 18 points
    Is anyone taking Microsoft seriously, after they commit themselves, anymore?
  3. 16 points
    Disgusting because we don't find women who were originally men, attractive? Look everyone can have their tastes, mine isn't women who were once men.
  4. 16 points
    "In its current form, it was shaping up to be a story-based, linear adventure game. " So I guess, in 2017, unless your action game has a structure with unlimited potential to sell loot boxes to idiots, it may as well not exist. ###### you EA.
  5. 14 points
    Fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can't get fooled again.
  6. 13 points
  7. 12 points
    Not surprising at all and a perfect example of why Microsoft letting their Mobile platform die hurts other aspects of the company, in this case enterprise Surface sales, etc. Companies (and consumers) want a single solution for their devices, it makes no sense to use iPhones and Surfaces when iPads will better integrate and have compatible parts (like charging systems, apps/ecosystem, UI familiarity, etc). So no Windows Mobile means Windows gets push out entirely. Even if some Microsoft software lingers on it's only time before more and more solutions integrate better with the platform at hand, i.e., iOS. Microsoft loses out on a client developing for Windows and only strengthens their competitors platform. Ballmer realized his mobile failure too late and apparently his successor didn't learn the lesson yet either. In the end Microsoft will have to pay for a mobile ecosystem one way or another regardless if the CEO thinks there's a need for it.
  8. 12 points
    Doesn't matter either way. All these goofball rebrands (metro, UWP, modern, windows 10 store, microsoft store) are just rearranging the deck chairs on the titanic. Users will continue to ignore, the apps will continue to suck.
  9. 11 points
    Just imagine how traumatized some kid will be when he steals his dad's playboy, jerks off to it and realizes it is transgender. Poor kid.
  10. 11 points
    Oopsie!! I thought I put it in the debate forum... must have accidentally put it in the "People bitching about Trump " forum LOL
  11. 11 points
    Too bad you said the EXACT SAME THING about WP just a few months ago.
  12. 11 points
    It says a lot that Microsoft has to issue a statement stating that...
  13. 11 points
    "Razer has not updated compatibility with their drivers to support this version of windows" ... is someone asleep at the wheel over there? It's not like this was a surprise windows release.
  14. 10 points
    If you want to feel the true power, then build or buy a High-end gaming PC.
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  18. 8 points
    If you mean "looks like urine", you're seeing what everyone else is seeing.
  19. 8 points
    First read of the article title I had visions of them replacing the flight crew WITH ios devices. Like Demolition Man where the cops got their directions from PDA's.
  20. 8 points
    Help me out here, who are you to decide what people should like and accept?
  21. 8 points
    Dating in the future: "S-So... do you have a penis?"
  22. 8 points
    Weird. I guess I missed the "We're totally committed to Mix" press release.
  23. 8 points
    Around 10/10 of the planet's atmosphere is air, so wind turbines are a good choice for clean energy too. Anything involving sea water for a long time involves high maintenance.
  24. 8 points
  25. 8 points
    I wouldn't touch anything in the windows 10 store, let alone buy it. Can't trust MS for the software to still be available tomorrow.
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  27. 8 points
    The problem for Jack is Twitters blatant bias when it comes to moderation. If Twitter just wants to be a platform for virtue signalling millionaire Hollywood Types and Social Justice Warriors to sneer down their noses at "the little people" and those whose opinions are "wrong" with their patronising piety and hypocritical condescension, then he's more than welcome to create a nice little echo chamber for himself and those he deems worthy. People generally have a distaste for double standards outside of that little motley crew. Quite rightly too. I might disagree with what you say, but I wouldn't demand you be silenced because of it. Especially not if I'm just as guilty as the other person for being "offensive". Which is often the case with these "twitter spats", where one side tries to rile the other to prove how "right" they are. I gave up on the place a long time ago, seemed to me like it was just two groups screaming nonsense at each other. Then Jack decided he didn't like one group doing that, so clamped down on them, but left the other group being abusive because he agreed with them and was one of them. Not a way to run a company IMHO. At least not one that expects to continue operating. Maybe he thought the market for being patronised by Hollywood and left wing political activisits was bigger than he thought... You know, where anyone who doesn't agree with the hive mind is automatically labelled a right wing Nazi. It gets tiring real quick.
  28. 8 points
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  31. 7 points
    nice to see they paid out a bounty to a charity of Ms choosing, thats pretty cool
  32. 7 points
    Add a fruit logo at the back. There, now its a perfect match!
  33. 7 points
    So any actual new features that desktop users would find useful, or just gimmicks and feature removals, plus resetting all my privacy settings, removing telemetry-killing third party tools and resetting default open-with programs? Wonder if they finally fixed HDR which has been broken since CU. I miss the days you didn't have to second guess a windows update or service pack, and didn't have to wonder what user-hostile gotchas MS was trying to sneak in.
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  36. 7 points
    My fellow nerds, ask not what your OS can do for you, ask what you can do for your OS! #weareallbetatesters #windowsinsiders #whybotherwithqa
  37. 7 points
  38. 6 points
    Why do die hard PC elitists have to be the be all and end all, you think you're so much better because you splashed $3,000 on components you aren't even gonna push to their limits, yeah, I'm talking about that Titan X you bought for bragging rights. It ain't cool, it screams insecurity. I have both a high end GTX 1060 i7 6700K rig and Xbox One/preordered One X Scorpio Ed, but love the "insert and play" culture. If you have nothing meaningful to say other than boast, don't say it. The One X is the most powerful "console" which is the subject, not PC.
  39. 6 points
    Not my type, visually or biologically. #RealWomenRock
  40. 6 points
    I really hope Playboy loses a TON of business over this. There is no reason for a transgender to be in Playboy. Men buy the magazine to see naked natural females (The sex not the boobs (as a lot of them are fake boobs)). I'm sure there is a magazine(s) for people who want to look at a naked transgender individual. So go read that one. Poor Hugh is just rolling over in his grave.
  41. 6 points
    I was a Microsoft only guy. For sure. Used Edge, had their phone...all the way. But now that they have essentially forced me to change, they lost not only my phone business but my browser business too. They may very well lose my cloud business also...and maybe more. Canceling the phone was a huge mistake.
  42. 6 points
    A phone is probably the most intimate device you have. It holds your photos and details you care about. It allows you to connect to these people and the wider world. If Microsoft can't (or won't) commit to such a device - they have lost the hearts and minds of the consumer. They needed to stick with the Windows 10 mobile, improve it, rectify the mistakes it's made to UWP (publish API details etc) to help developers. Of course - it's too late now...
  43. 6 points
    Kill their hugely successful Mac lineup? "Stick to" something they introduced later? What a daft, troll comment.
  44. 6 points
    Man, more data collection. Cool feature if your down with that I guess.
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  49. 6 points
  50. 6 points
    I hope that it will have at least all the functions the current Outlook has, from the beginning. I don't understand the current trend to re-do an application from scratch and move it to production with significantly less functions that has predecessor and then add them back one by one during significantly long time period.