I am so NOT into games on my iPhone but some will rejoice at the idea!
Rumor has it that Apple has hired Richard Teversham, Microsoft's now-former .. . strategy for the Xbox. . .his new position has been called only an "education-related role" in Apple's European Office
. . .Apple was on a hiring spree for computer chip-making talent. . .hiring Bob Drebin, a former AMD executive who, before he was with AMD, played a big role in developing the graphics for the Nintendo Game Cube. Now, . . . Apple looks ready to make a big push into the gaming market.
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Loss does not = failure. The XBox has a loyal following. I know folks who have multiple game consoles depending on the titles they want to play. Yes, M$ sells the XBox at a loss just so they can be in the market.
I always thought that DVD players could go as low in price as $5 !!
The money making things are the DVD movies people buy after they get the player.
A great campaign for NetFlix would be to give away a free DVD player if you agreed to rent so many movies per month for a year or two.
Know wut I mean, jelly bean?
Lest someone ask wut my point is . . .
I think the game boxes could probably sell for a lot less too and companies selling games could raise the prices of their games to make up the difference. Would work if they were [boxes/games] both owned by same company.
I don't advocate this stuff. I just dream up crazy schemes. . .
Loc: In Your Servers
To answer your question Did MS even fix that red ring of death ? or was it red eye ?
The answer is NO ! My son has gone through 6 Xbox's because of the Red Ring Of Death since the Xbox 360 was released fortunately for me and my great trust in Microsoft I bought the extended warranty at Best Buy. The Xbox is a great machine when it working however some internal parts are cheap like the cd drive. As for Xbox Live I would rate it number one.
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