End prohibition. Stop the violence.
Microsoft have never (to my knowledge) produced bad hardware.
Intel 5400 RPM enterprise SSDs are the industry leader. I've never had issues with the ones I have.
I keep mine on a 33 1/3 RPM turntable. Less centrifugal force. Damn cables keep getting tangled though.
Ezra Isaac Levant (born 1972) is a Canadian media personality, conservative political activist, writer and broadcaster. He is the founder and former publisher of the Western Standard, is a broadcaster and columnist for Sun Media tabloids and television, and has written several books on politics and public policy. He has become involved in several legal and other controversies on free speech issues. Other issues that he has dealt with include multiculturalism, immigration, and economic deregulation. He published the book Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oil Sands in 2010 and Groundswell: The Case for Fracking in 2014 through McClelland & Stewart. Levant has been successfully sued for libel on two separate occasions.
"They typically don't comment. Denying something that is true is a great way to get sued by shareholders."
I don't know about that. They denied that they would make an Android or iPhone BBM app for the entire time they would have been developing them.
I am most curious about what Samsung would do with QNX if it was to acquire it. QNX is something that should not be allowed to die. Samsung could afford to do this deal, and release QNX as opensource. It's of no particular use to them unless they want to ditch Tizen and Android.
"I never let my schooling get in the way of my education." -- Mark Twain