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P4 again? (posted 2018-11-20 09:33:41)
Score: 1
Attached to: The Intel Core i9-9980XE review: refresh until it hertz
RE[2]: Culling (posted 2018-11-09 10:37:41)
Score: 1
Attached to: Some Windows 10 Pro licenses are mistakenly deactivated
RE[3]: They need to? (posted 2018-11-08 22:23:26)
Score: 1
1 response(s), 5 in thread
Attached to: Some Windows 10 Pro licenses are mistakenly deactivated
RE[3]: They need to? (posted 2018-11-08 21:15:41)
Score: 3
2 response(s), 4 in thread
Attached to: Some Windows 10 Pro licenses are mistakenly deactivated
RE: They need to? (posted 2018-11-08 17:47:00)
Score: 5
2 response(s), 16 in thread
Attached to: Some Windows 10 Pro licenses are mistakenly deactivated
Comment by birdie (posted 2018-10-21 09:32:00)
Score: 6
2 response(s), 3 in thread
Attached to: Microsoft makes more Windows apps removable
Idiocy prevails (posted 2018-10-19 22:54:33)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 4 in thread
Attached to: Google app suite costs as much as $40 per phone in the EU
FML (posted 2018-09-18 11:33:13)
Score: -5
2 response(s), 2 in thread
Attached to: Linus apologises for his years of abrasive behaviour
RE[3]: it's getting boring (posted 2018-09-14 02:00:37)
Score: 2
1 response(s), 1 in thread
Attached to: Will we ever get tired of buying iPhones?
RE: it's getting boring (posted 2018-09-13 09:30:47)
Score: 3
1 response(s), 3 in thread
Attached to: Will we ever get tired of buying iPhones?
Never bought them in the first place (posted 2018-09-13 09:29:27)
Score: 3
2 response(s), 4 in thread
Attached to: Will we ever get tired of buying iPhones?
No (posted 2018-06-26 10:28:59)
Score: 0
2 response(s), 9 in thread
Attached to: Nokia 2.1, 3.1, and 5.1: cheap phones with stock Android
RE: Comment by Drumhellar (posted 2018-03-07 17:59:22)
Score: 4
Attached to: Microsoft adds new Windows 10 privacy controls
20 years? More like 200 years (posted 2018-02-06 11:56:21)
Score: 0
1 response(s), 2 in thread
Attached to: The shallowness of Google Translate