5 posts • joined Friday 17th June 2011 10:25 GMT
Time Microsoft to listen
It is down to the point, I was looking last night when you select a movie it will cost you X amount of points! Then you have to work out the real value, then you have to add points to your account then go and find the movie again, you might as well go and play COD
Time for Microsoft to up there game like all other content providers, change your points for real money this will make it simpler, I would also work closely with the movies studios and get UltraViolet on there.
I think Microsoft are working very hard at the moment you will have your .Net account for Windows, Phone and Xbox this should give you your content on which ever system/application you choose to use
Does it matter?
isn't everyone moving to online sells now anyway or just down load there movies from bit torrent?
it won't have any difference to the high street
Again and agian
I remember having an issue with Exchange 2007 and a leap year spent a whole day looking at that issue and ended up calling Microsoft
they are not the only one with time issues Apple iOS has had issues when changing to summer time and Symantec Backup exec does funny things as well
About time to
Good - being an Xbox 360 and iPhone own it always puts me off buying add-ons, Videos etc. on the Microsoft Platform it tells me that it is going to cost my x amount of points then working out the real value, at least with Apple products you know how much it is going to cost before you purchase it, this will be a win for Microsoft and for the end user.
I heard apple has created one call iKinect and they are going to sue Microsoft for stealing their idea
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