You know what they say, if it ain't broke....
Don't forget gamers/enthusiasts. The amount of money that this segment pumps into the desktop/laptop market is astronomical.
I don't know too many people outside the industry that know what Tizen is, let alone know enough to get excited for it. Samsung needs to realize, the reason people buy their phones is because of android. the hardware and gadgets are cool and all, but when push comes to shove, people are buying the Android ecosystem, not Samsung.
Yes they are...but I agree with you that Microsoft is falling behind with the current generation of kids. This enterprise first strategy will work for them in the short term, but they are forgetting when made M$ such a powerhouse in the first place.
Honestly, I feel that many of the news services that have reported this story got the motive all wrong. I think that the Chinese government not wanting to adopt Windows 8 has much more to do with a convoluted interface and inflated licensing fee than spite over the Windows XP support debacle. Of course this is just my opinion, but from what I hear in the workplace every day in regards to Windows 8, there is a very similar narrative going on here at home.
I love my Moto G! I was shocked when I picked one of these up as a filler until my contract was up with my current provider after my Windows phone bit the dust. I couldn't be happier with it. Never once has it felt like I am using a budget smartphone.
I used to be one of those people who had to have the latest flagship phone on a 2 year plan. Then I wised up, realized I could buy a $200 phone with a quad core cpu and plenty of storage via removable SD card, and pay $50 a month for service. My current moto android running kit kat is every bit as good as the latest iOS device and Samsung flagship, and I paid half the price. I think we are about to see a huge drop in price as more people come to the realization that many of the features on flagship phones these days are gimmicks that only 1% of users with actually take advantage of.
I find it odd that Toshiba would not honor the warranty on good faith. I have always had very good experiences with them in the past being an owner of multiple Toshiba laptops.
I'm happy to see others drawing attention to this annoying issue. I ended up switching to Sprint after Verizon and Apple were powerless to help me when I swapped my Iphone for an Android. I tried having my friends with iPhones delete my contact info, add me under a new name, etc. Nothing seemed to work. A quick Google search will show you that many others have had this problem.
Me sah berry berry upset at'chu!
and they provide crap service. The funny thing is, people here in the Midwest think they are getting "fast" internet. Little do they know we are far behind the rest of the world.
The real crime here is that Comcast is using this to force another rate increase on those of us that are given no other option for an isp.
Is there any reasoning behind this vitriol? There is simply not a replacement that offers the sheer breadth of features available in MS Office. As soon is there is, maybe another suite will be a viable alternative, but until that day, I will stick with MS Office.
Agreed! It's quite refreshing to hear positive news about Office for a change.
Libre office is solid, I have used it on a few machines I built for customers that did not want to pay for an office license and I have heard few complaints. It does lack much of the polish we have grown accustomed to in Redmond's offering.