You must have used Dragon software to write this article because you were obviously patting yourself on the back with both hands.
Yes, I can come up with a thousand free market answers. And yes, that pretty much answers your question.
Would you buy a vehicle from any company whatsoever if you knew that parts were difficult to acquire? A manufacturer can play a game with parts availability only if they don't plan to stay in business.
Maybe we should go back to renting our phones from ATT as well.
Yep, and now to the non sequiturs. And you think I am predictable?
Don't need to. Been there, done that..
Predictably, you lied about having ever done that.
You're still refusing to ever provide any evidence to back up any of the claims you've ever made against me?
It's really cute how you resort to all manner of non sequitur to avoid defending your false claims. And then you pretend to think you actually made a point.
That was my first thought too. It sounds like a cobbled together Austin marketing piece by some execs who are probably at SXSW.
These sorts of announcements have the effect of freezing developers and keeping them from moving to superior technology.
They would have done nothing if not for AMD and now they're going to steal AMD's thunder.
This sort of thing makes my blood boil.
If you're a developer out there, please, don't let Microsoft get away with this.
After years of decline, US oil production began to rise again in 2009 with fracking technology and the increases since have been astounding.
This oil boom has kept gasoline prices in check and has probably helped the economy from slipping back into recession.
I predicted you would not give evidence.
You did not give evidence.
Given that you do not provide evidence, it is likely you have none.
Which part do you incorrectly think is a lie?
Predictable, and predicted: you supply no evidence, most likely because you have none.
If all that money didn't increase total employment, then GDP could go up while the same number of people stayed home out of work.
The increase in congestion is actually a good sign. It suggests that the employment situation might finally be improving.
It never did any good before.
When? Where's your evidence that ever happened? It didn't.
It's funny how most times when I ask you trolls for evidence, you pretend that you've done it before, and that I ignored it.
What's even funnier is when damn_registrars says I've responded to evidence provided, and links to a discussion where I responded to the evidence in precise detail
If anything, it's well-known that I regularly engage presented evidence, in probably far too much detail.
What's funniest of all is that it really seems like you think you're fooling anyone.