833 posts • joined 24 Dec 2011
Oracle and another mass exodus? There's a pattern here
The inevitable result: Is anyone even aware it's JavaOne this week? Last time I caught their podcast (2012), even the Java Posse were openly saying they were considering skipping it now. More fail evidence? The JavaOne app is for ... Android and iPhone.
The iPhone will have that in 2 years time
Oh wait ... Jobs has gone - make that 3 years. And it'll just show black squares.
You're fingerprinting it wrong
Can't these stupid users get anything right?
The names VistaKin - Bob VistaKin
I offer impartial mobile reporting specifically in the quality segment of the market, and some microsoft stuff too.
Burning platform my fucking arse.
That bastard set fire to it himself knowing, no, *ensuring* this is how it would turn out.
Hey speaking of junk
Will these iPhones run Apples own comedy map software or are they sticking with the professionals?
Apple - the comedy gift that just keeps on giving.
Fragmentation Fixes for the Fickle Fanbois
Come on Reg, its not like you to pass on a headline like that.
Its "unexpectedly" shit?
Like the iPad mini, Maps and cloning Android for iOS7 didn't signal this downward spiral a mile away?
Exactly - with a modern multitasking OS this would do really well
Like the one Google introduced for their phones way back in 2007. Unusually, Apple really have been true to their Think Different slogan through all those years and stuck with their dumbed down single tasking toy for the non-technical. And the lost, if they still use their comedy maps offering.
Exactly - with a multitasking OS this would do really well
Like the one Google introduced for their phones way back in 2007. Unusually, Apple really have stick to their Think Different slogan through all those years and stuck with their dumbed down single tasking toy for the non-technical. And the lost, if they stlll use their comedy maps offering.
It's ok for Londoners to elect a Comedy mayor, but now he wants to be PM???
Right now it's just the rest of the UK laughing at Londoners. If he gets to be PM it'll be the rest of the world laughing at the UK.
Excellent photo of Blamer excreting the first Lumia
Like all its brethren it remains unsold but it's the movement which counts.
Re: One unified brand...
This unified brand was coined "NoWin" when Blamers puppet was first sent over there.
Re: Microsoft need to change
"no amount of press bribery."
Hmm ... you know, Orlowski *is* very quiet on this whole subject right now.
Re: The dancing dad of IT
"...thrown cash at Bing"
Re: Oh, great!
Few people outside Redmond are aware microsoft have a presence in the mobile phone business.
It will be even fewer now.
Re: RIP Nokia
With this move, Micosoft announce they have given up competing with their own products. They see the way the market has gone, with Google/Apple dominating for the next decade at least, and just want a bigger slice of their efforts. Extortion has, and always will be, the only meaningful revenue option open to them in mobile.
Elops back home, they can lay off all those pesky Finns now they have what they really wanted all along, and Blamer is off laughing into the sunset.
So the first man on the moon could be Chinese then.
That will be quite a feather in their cap. Gosh, it's almost as if they know something we don't.
"Report a WinPho sighting" ????
Careful - Orlowski is watching.
You're suing us wrong
Re: Poor Microsoft
About the only good thing left for them to do now is complete the utter humiliation of overtaking Apple in smartphone market share. With iOS tumbling to 13% whilst WP8 worms its way past 5% that might just be the greatest comedy gift this Christmas decent folk everywhere can cheer about.
Same here. We have a few 5+ year old 32 Bit systems with 512Mb ram which ran XP. As a test I installed Fedora 19 32Bit running XFCE, then Chrome seeing as most of the work was done in the browser anyway. It was so fast it was shocking! What a difference those years of optimizing rather than building in obsolescence made. I strongly urge anyone in the same position to give this a try.
And Flop called Symbian a burning platform?????
Jesus wept. This is a whole different kind of piss taking.
Re: Kids rebel
Users do too.
All this talk of Blamer ruining microsoft because of the rise of Google, Apple etc on his watch might be missing the point. Before then, users *had no choice*. So if they detested the beast, there's nothing they could do about it. As soon as they do get a realistic choice, such as with phones, tablets, cloud ... well, basically anything apart from the desktop OS, they take it gladly no matter who's running the shop - today and tomorrow.
Which is why the self inflicted Windows hate disaster is so telling of the misplaced arrogance within.
"Users hate Windows 8" :-)
The usual copycats will really have to Think Different this time
Unless they stick to their tactic of using the best court money can buy in Texas, of course.
Blamer leaving microsoft is terrible news
He was ruining the company perfectly. The whole industry should now be worried.
2013: Microsofts year of hell
But only for its users and shareholders.
So it's blackmail with Windows and extortion with Android...
Can anyone guess who Google had in mind when they coined the "do no evil" tag?
This time they really have to Think Different
Let's hope it's something other than a large, flat, black rectangular panel controlled with a remote device which shows moving sound and pictures. If it was, let's hope they haven't pissed off the biggest player in this field with exactly that product out for the last 20 years, otherwise they'd just be copying them wouldn't they, and it'd all get very legal very quickly.
This "Apple" company you speak of...
Could you clarify which one of these from history you mean from now on?
Its either the Beatles record label, or the one which shone briefly before fading back into nothingness, ending up as a pathetic patent troll claiming everyone copied their stuff. Oh, that's the one who copied the name of the first.
Re: Next year... if there's any developers left by then.
Developers deserted microsofts userless mobile platform years ago, and nothng of value was lost.
Re: MS has a big asshole
Called Blamer at the helm, and he's ruining it very nicely indeed
Re: wow, the biter bit
The bitten bit back - actually that's a bit more like the Regs usual headline for this kind of story.
In any case, it's great news as now the child has pointed out the quality of the emperors new clothes, the floodgates will open.
A great time to invest in the Redmond furniture repair industry.
Re: "As usual, Linux phones managed to scrape a percentage point of market share"
I like how "scraping a percentage point" at 1% shit but Windows is somehow doing amazingly well at 3.7%, whilst Android shifts in a couple of days what the pair of these do in a quarter.
The same noble patent system that gave us the stunning stick
Yup, as pointless as a lib dem manifesto, as sincere as a tory policy and as competent as a labour administration, the good old US patent system bends over and blows another one out Apples way which is just as credible as this breakthrough earlier excretion.
You're milking it wrong
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