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  • Microsoft: Strong Quarter, But Priced In?  [View article]
    Microsoft's products make the world go round. By its stick at every market correction. Sell puts on down days. Shorting the stock of a company who's products are literally in every building in the developed world is crazy. Shorting a company who has its fingers in every part of the tech industry and is leading in most, is ludicrous.

    long Microsoft
    Jan 28, 2014. 12:02 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Enterprise growth fuels Microsoft's FQ2 beat; Windows decline narrows  [View news story]
    MSFT makes the modern world work.
    Jan 23, 2014. 05:30 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft Needs A New CEO -- Now.  [View article]
    Microsoft's products make the modern world function. Nuff said
    Jan 19, 2014. 02:15 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft: A Company With A History Of Building, Defending And Widening Its Moat  [View article]
    Yeah, lets check back with this after msft earnings.

    pretty sure there's gonna be more then one foot in a few mouths
    Jan 15, 2014. 11:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel's Bold Tablet Gambit  [View article]
    If you need windows, then you need windows, there is no real alternative. When do you NEED Android? I would say never. If the developers would get off their @$$3$ and finish fleshing out the windows store, this thing would be irrelevant. I chalk it up to a stop gap until such time as the windows store is complete.
    Jan 13, 2014. 04:30 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple's A8 -- What It Will Be And Why It Matters  [View article]
    Without x86 appLICATIONS, an iPad is still just a toy that runs apps. An Ipad pro wouldn't be very helpful. Now if Apple released a "surface" like iMac, that ran IOS apps, this would be a true game changer.

    ARM and the OSes that run on it, have always been just a stop gap to the era if true mobile computing which is just beginning. You can get tablets and convertibles that run a full windows install and are capable of doing actual work for less then an iPad now (venue 8 and 11). The next generation if Intel powered windows convertibles will seal the deal. The iPad era is ending. I'm sure Apple is aware of this.
    Jan 11, 2014. 09:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: The Asus Transformer Duet Is A Great Implementation Of Dual OS  [View article]
    Android (and IOS) have always been a stop gap to the point where we can have true computing in mobile form. These days are almost here. If developers would get off their @$$es and bring apps to windows 8.1 Android's days would be numbered. There is absolutely nothing that you need Android for, but their is tons you need Windows (or OSX) for.

    imo if Apple was smart they wouldn't release a "Ipad pro" rather a Mac "surface" type device that had full OSX but you could run IOS apps as well.
    Jan 10, 2014. 01:01 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel Might Disrupt Mobile With Intel Security Embedded Into Devices  [View article]
    Imo, this is another example of Intel fighting tomorrow's battles, instead of yesterday's like most people want and expect. The tablets of tomorrow won't look anything like those of today, one can only hope they will be more secure, and productive, and quite frankly useful.

    long intc
    Jan 9, 2014. 10:54 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft Windows Lies Between Scylla And Charybdis  [View article]
    Such a small minded perspective. Microsoft products literally make the world go round, and they generate huge amounts of cash from selling their products into the enterprise space. The consumer electronics industry is sexy and new, but people such as your self (who probably don't understand how crucial something like Active Directory or SQL is to the functioning of the modern world), are easily distracted by the glitz of it. The reality is, Microsoft is the undisputed leader of the software that matters, they have no competition, and they make billions providing it. The consumer business which they are building is an area of growth, icing on the cake, so to speak. They don't need to dominate this space to add considerable numbers to top and bottom line, they just need to grow a decent share of this expanding pie, and all evidence suggests they are well on their way.
    Jan 1, 2014. 12:49 PM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia's Value And Growth Are HERE: Shares Could Gain More Than 30% In The Next Year  [View article]
    HERE is superior to any other locations service. But tech has become like high school, the smartest kid is not the most popular.

    I don't know what to do with my Nokia shares now. I bought a phone company, not sure what I have now.
    Dec 30, 2013. 07:34 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia Could Have An Additional $4.5 Billion Opportunity In Patent Licensing  [View article]
    I need more articles like this. I no longer understand the company, I bought a cell phone maker, and am seriously considering selling because of that. So thanks for the insight!
    Dec 30, 2013. 07:29 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3 Big Things To Expect From Apple In 2014  [View article]
    Aren't these the same things we were supposed to look for in 2013?
    Dec 27, 2013. 08:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: A Shift In Sentiment?  [View article]
    My sister in law got a galaxy 3 for Christmas. That was by far the snappiest android tablet I have ever used. I also did quite a bit of test driving yesterday at the electronics store, which was packed with people buying laptops and convertibles. The Surface display was absolutely mobbed (the Pro 2 is a ridiculous machine *drool*). The point us, baytrail devices (Venue 8 pro is my favorite) are amazing, and windows convertibles and tablets with Baytrail kick the snot out of Ipads or anything running android. Sentiment is shifting because Baytrail has begun the next major revolution in computing, and investors are starting to realize that.
    Dec 27, 2013. 12:54 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Twitter continues rally; Wunderlich sees short-covering, "cult status" at play  [View news story]
    Lol cheeseburger cat picture IPO. That's got to be worth 100$ billion.
    Dec 24, 2013. 02:28 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Twitter continues rally; Wunderlich sees short-covering, "cult status" at play  [View news story]
    Twtr is not a tech stock. They don't create any tech, they use tech to entertain idiots.
    Dec 24, 2013. 02:04 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment