Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 27th Jun 2012 20:27 UTC
Google So yeah, Google totally just won the conference showdown by easily beating both Apple and Microsoft. Not only did Google announce Android 4.1 with some really cool new features, a cheap but non-crippled tablet, and a new Android device called the Nexus Q, but they also opened up pre-orders for Google Glass. So yeah.
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RE[8]: Seriously?
by Nelson on Thu 28th Jun 2012 11:00 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: Seriously?"
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And yet, there were several people saying they had issues as well, as I demonstrated. Even if it's only one out of ten, that's still 10% - which is a lot.

But hey, go ahead believing WP7.5 is the perfect end-all-be-all, pinning every piece of criticism on anti-Microsoft sentiments or me being delibiritely trying to hurt your pet platform (even though I've probably been more positive about WP7 than any other mobile platform).

I'm already used to all the whining from Apple fanboys; a few Microsoft ones I can handle just fine.

You have three. Make that two, if you read the comment above. The person you quoted states his was an isolated incident and had more to do with Sprint coverage.

Can you find any kind of evidence to suggest this is even a remotely wide spread issue? Any large groups of posts in support forums? Any articles detailing these issues? In fact, if I search google, OSNews is one of the only websites which even shows relevant results. You're the only one writing about this.

Your 10% figure is outlandish, ridiculous, and misleading. Find me any kind of evidence, please, find me anything that proves you're correct.

I don't deny you've written positively about WP7, but it doesn't magically make you right in this case. In fact, you're blatantly wrong, and I think you're the only one who still believes you're right.

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