Windows 10 is a mess, you should consider moving to Linux instead.
He also founded CL 9, maker of the first programmable universal remote control.
Captain Obvious Competition.
These companies already have your money, so updating a device that's already been sold is a needless expense. There's also a good argument to be made that updating a device hurts future sales. If your phone isn't updated, it will start to feel old, so you're more likely to buy a new phone sooner.
Yes. I have a high-end preamp-processor, updatable over the net. Plenty of bugs. Did they ever fix them, much less add new features? No. Did they release a new model? Yes. I have a high-end camera. Updatable over the net. Plenty of bugs. Did they ever fix them, much less add new features? No. Did they release a new model? Yes. I have a high-end radio transceiver. Updatable over the net. Plenty of bugs. Did they ever fix them, much less add new features? No. Did they release a new model? Yes. And so on.
The whole "we can update your device" bit is a scam (and often, so is the "we can update your software" bit.) The only way a corporation is likely to actually update hardware responsibly is if legislation forces them to. And good luck trying to get THAT in place when corporations outright buy the decisions of the legislatures.
The worst confidential info "scandal" was when she gave the order to send talking points for the day...
So, you either don't actually know what SAP material is (in which case you're being willfully ignorant on this topic and should stop expressing opinions until you read up on it), or you DO know, and you're just being another liar in the service of a liar.
In a monopoly there would be no option to buy.
In a monopoly you'd have the ability to buy, only if the previous owner wished to sell. That's identical to the current situation.
Yeah, because the FBI knows nothing about gathering information, amirite?
The FBI can only gather what's given to them, or what can be forensically recovered. If she blew away 30,000 emails, and they've got under 20,000 of them to look at, there's some they couldn't get. It's not really very complicated.
Do we want to dis-incentivize people from creating the next Microsoft
Yes, of course. I wish he hadn't created the first one!
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