quote: Windows Phone (up until *maybe* the current version).
quote: XBox One.
quote: s kind of ironic reading a web tech journalist telling someone they can't speak on a product without owning one personally. Why are we here if not to learn and discuss these things and make informed decisions?
quote: Its kind of ironic reading a web tech journalist telling someone they can't speak on a product without owning one personally. Why are we here if not to learn and discuss these things and make informed decisions?
quote: Also I hoped after all these years conversing with you here and in emails, you wouldn't categorize my opinions as just "talking crap".
quote: I'll justify my 'crap talking' when I get home in more detail :)
quote: You can talk all the sh*t you want about Windows Phone.
quote: You misunderstand my intent there. Perhaps I should have qualified it differently, but I was really talking to the utter failure of WP on the market, essentially forever, until *maybe* now. The jury's still out on that.Personally I really don't give a rat's a$s what OS is on a phone. For the *vast* majority of users, there's no difference. Every OS has screens with icons on them. Icons launch apps. Yay. Beyond that, I can't understate how little I care about whatever other "features" there are in a phone OS. I need to be able to make phone calls, text messages, surf around on the internet, and play a couple games.EVERY phone OS does that, and has for at least the past 15 years or so.So no...I'm not saying that there has necessarily been anything "wrong" with WP as a product. I included it in my list because of it's utter failure as a product that people will buy - for whatever reason that is. Personally, I really couldn't care less what OS was on my phone so long as it did the basic things noted above.