At once, you might say to me to thank the monkey to give such a beautiful pose, but it’s not as innocent as it looks. There’s a crazy story behind it.
Why windows 8 might begin something & just end itself? Microsoft telling to use PCs not in the Windows way!
I know the title sounds contradictory to my last blog post on Windows 8 (Windows 8: The Unseen Revolution). It’s not because Windows 8 is bad, but it’s because of something else, read on!
What you really get when you buy windows 8 is “the smartfone experience too” on a bigger screen. Basically, Microsoft has taken their Mobile OS, their apps, their signature theme (the tiles), their entire interface & merged with their Desktop OS “Windows 7”. Let me explain this step by step.
Sometimes it’s not about the aim but the “angle” at which you aim.
Now what’s the great thing about this photo is that it’s not about the location, you can find it everywhere there’s a plant. What’s great is that how the flowers are seen at a correct angle to make a beautiful pic out of it. I wonder how beautiful things can be, when seen at a different angle.
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Nokia regresses adopting the Apple Way!
With Nokia taking a beating in the smartfone market with it’s Symbian & Windows OS, it was time to get back in the game. Now Nokia had two options – go the glamorous way as in Apple’s iOS or go for the “smart” Google’s Android, Nokia chose the former – another mistake!
Nokia in it’s new S40 series failed to understand what a smartfone means – A smarter device not a more attractive one. Take for example the Nokia Store – better interface indeed – but where are the apps. What kind of smartfone it is which can’t play any of the Office files. But that’s not the end of story. I got a mail from Nokia about the extensionsit can’t support. But what I find few months later – my device can support all the Office files – courtesy an app just released, though it was one of the worst apps of its kind. Clearly, indicating how crippled the hopes of Nokia’s own smartfone OS is! Plus rejection of .sis files meant, no pirated apps available either.
So not in agreement with the Nokia’s tagline – Ready to take on the world!