VIDEO ON MSN MONEY
The tech pendulum swings back and forth. Fifteen years ago Apple was shipwrecked on the rocks and made a full turnaround on low tech consumer gadgets. Now it's Microsoft plus Nokia that are releasing a new and exciting Windows 8 touched based line of smart phones and tablets. Let's see how 2013-2018 plays out.
if Ford or Boeing released on the market the same kind of garbage microsoft does they would have been out of business 50 years ago.
i have microsoft products that will not work with other micrsoft products.
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