Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 21st Dec 2010 22:56 UTC, submitted by fran
Windows Very light on details, but this is interesting nonetheless - very interesting, and potentially one of the biggest things to have hit the operating systems business this decade. Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft plans to announce Windows for ARM processors at CES in January 2011.
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RE[11]: what's the point?
by Nelson on Wed 22nd Dec 2010 22:43 UTC in reply to "RE[10]: what's the point?"
Nelson
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2005-11-29

I did? Is this a trick question?

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RE[12]: what's the point?
by TheGZeus on Wed 22nd Dec 2010 23:04 in reply to "RE[11]: what's the point?"
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2010-05-19

*sigh*
This is a common idiom in the English-speaking world, indicating confusion at a non-sequitur.

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RE[13]: what's the point?
by Nelson on Wed 22nd Dec 2010 23:18 in reply to "RE[12]: what's the point?"
Nelson Member since:
2005-11-29

I really don't think its too far of a reach to name another mobile platform in a discussion about mobile platforms. Especially since I first made the assertion that I am more productive with one, having developed for three. Not by a small margin either.

Additionally, it just speaks to the point about knowing the language and the platform well, but still running into practical limits of the platform. I could just as easily have named iOS or to a much lesser extent, webOS.

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