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Moto G: Close, But Not Quite Commented on: 14 weeks ago (January 10, 2014)

I just got my wife the 16GB US GSM version of the Moto G, and looking at it side-by-side with the Lumia, there's no way I could justify buying the Lumia.

The 720p display puts the Lumia to...

Looking for that Mythical Microsoft of Old Commented on: 27 weeks ago (October 12, 2013)

You're right Paul, but for the wrong reasons...

Microsoft is a company which lives in fear, which is totally driven from within. You don't need to look much farther than the stack ranking...

Microsoft Wins the High Ground in War with Google Commented on: 35 weeks ago (August 17, 2013)

So, wait... how is is this any different from Microsoft forcing people to use the WinRT runtime and not allowing access to Win32 APIs? I mean, the APIs are there, right... so third parties...

What Can You Get for the Price of a Samsung Galaxy S4? Commented on: 46 weeks ago (June 2, 2013)

I'm pretty sure you can get an S2 or a LG L9 for 199 or 250. And they'll run rings around a 521.

And that, people, is what Microsoft has done to themselves. They've kneecapped themselves...

Google Nexus 4: Photos and First Impressions Commented on: 1 year ago (February 3, 2013)

Personally, as a guy who started with Windows Mobile back in the 5.0 days (my first Windows Mobile phone was the attractive yet brickish Cingular 3125), Android was the logical successor to...

Microsoft Prepping Outlook 2013 for Windows RT Commented on: 1 year ago (January 25, 2013)

Just to be a little technical, the versions of Excel, Word, and Powerpoint that ship with Windows RT are *NOT* full featured.

Those versions of the office applications do not support...

Microsoft Offers Outlook.com and Office 365 in Wake of Google Decision Commented on: 1 year ago (December 19, 2012)

You know what.... all Microsoft has to do is call Google and waive any EAS licensing fees for people who hook into Google's services via Windows platforms.

I really don't get why Google...

Some Thoughts About Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Commented on: 1 year ago (November 14, 2012)

Yes, you do have a lot to learn about Android. I'd start by dropping the whole 'stolen product' bit. Don't forget, Apple has copied stuff from Android (cough, notification center), app...

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