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What is some tech that failed so horribly that it tanked its company?
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>>52437953
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Crusoe
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Windows phone
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Dreamcast
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>>52438094
I had one back in the days, mostly for Dead or Alive bouncing tities and "hidden videos".
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AMD K10
AMD Bulldozer
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Symbian
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>>52437953
bulldozer
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i'd tank that ass
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>>52438094
Dreamcast tech wasn't bad. its just that ps2's release was almost at the same time, which killed it
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>>52437953
Wii U
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iPhone. It will happen, mark my words.
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Palm Os?
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>>52437953
Amazon Fire Phone
Windows 8
iWatch
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The ET game.
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Gamecube came so close to killing nintendo.
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Java
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>>52438478
JAVA IS ON 3.5 BILLION DEVICES!!!1!
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>>52438303
>>52438094
No retards, the shitfest that was the Sega Saturn killed Sega. The Dreamcast pulled great numbers but it wasn't enough to make up for the previous consoles failure and the civil war between Sega's NA and Japan branches
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>>52437953
canv.as
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>>52438493
RIP Sun
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CueCat tanked it's creators, and did a serious whack on the already sickly Radio Shack. $185million completely gone.

For those of you who were nary more than a cumrag around 2000, this gizmo tried to do the QR code concept before everything had a camera on it. (and those have had a pretty crappie uptake anyway). The scanner gizmo was given out for free, and you could scan barcodes with it and their software would interpret it as a URL. It also supported audio: if you ran your TVs sound out to the line in of your PC, advertisers could broadcast specific tones that their software interpreted as a URL again.

It was used pretty much entirely for advertising. It meant the end user had to go to MORE effort to just look at more ads, and nobody gave a shit or wanted this.

Projects to hack or mod the device were met with legal threats, since technically end users didn't own the gizmo. They also seemed to have the infrastructure in place to start doing data collection like Facebook does today: they could tell unique devices apart, asked users age and gender during setup, and kept a log of everything viewed. Problem is the only people who bothered to set this dumb thing up were techie people who get really salty about snooping, like the /g/ of today.
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Nokia

Rip you fingols
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The uDraw by THQ
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>>52438585
What was it actually for? Why scan barcodes?
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>>52438647

RIP
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If IE wasn't such a POS, I bet M$ doesn't get the monopoly treatment in the mid-90s

They could've probably put Sun and Apple out of business otherwise
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i would grope that ass so hard my fingerprints would be tattooed 2bh fampai
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That drone kickstarter that didn't even ship a single one and is now being investigated by them.
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>>52438650
different anon here.
i used it to quickly catalog my dvd collection.
>scan
>auto-fill info from imdb with dvd cover
>next
so much easier than typing out 100+ dvds and clicking the correct version. directors cut/extended/combo-pack/fullscreen/widescreen...etc
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>>52437953
What's this hand meme? I know the original pic with the hand but how did it become a meme?
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>>52438748
I never throw away old electronics
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>>52438789
How does anything ever become a meme

Is this your first day in the internet?
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Copenhagen wheel.
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>>52438650
So you could look at more ads. Yes, very stupid and pointless.

I think Time called it "a failure to solve a problem nobody had in the first place."

Most of the people who ACTUALLY wanted one wanted to not use it with CueCat software, and do something like >>52438748 did with his. This pissed the company that made them off. Since they gave out the device got free they want you consuming the marketing.
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>>52438824
I suppose the pic came with a description. Can you point me to the OP of the hand meme?

Coz frankly, the hand alone is not funny at all.
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>>52438824
>insert random kickstarter project here
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Muhh dick
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>>52438271
me too friend. me too.
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>>52438748
Sounds stupid.
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>>52438877
Go home Tyreez.
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>>52437953

FireFox
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>>52438901
okay
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>>52438585
>>52438748
>>52438803
What I don't understand is how the fuck did anyone think this piece of shit justified £185m investment? I mean it is a fucking USB barcode scanner. It couldn't have cost more than $2 to make even back in 2000. What exactly was the point of it? Were people supposed to just scan everything they buy into it? For what purpose? It just seems like the most stupid thing in the world for a consumer to own back then.
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>>52438567
Kek
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>>52438493
>3.5
That's some bad juju right there.
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>>52437953
The Facit concern crash, who knew computers would make calculators obsolete :).

Especially since so many in top positions predicted the pc was of no use before it even was a reality.
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>>52438914
Stop commenting.
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>>52438354
Nowhere near either of our lifetimes.
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>>52438493

And most of them are in landfills.
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>>52438355
Palm OS was the most popular PDA operating system of them all and wildly successful, but they failed to compete with Android and iOS.

Kind of sad, since I find both inferior from both an interface and utility perspective.
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>>52438390
Amazon fire phone takes the cake
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>>52438934
You got me. Apparently CueCat asserted scanning a barcode URL was better since you could direct people to a more complicated specific URL instead of just "hey reader, go to www.ourpage.com to learn more"

Of course the easiest solution to that without a dumb scanner is, say you put an add in Time Magazine, write "hey go to ourshit.com/Time" and people do, and you can serve up specific content and know that these people found out about you from the magazine.

How they sold investers on this shit I have no fucking clue
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>>52437953
Sega Saturn - Worked well for 2D games, but was mediocre for 3D and had an exorbitant manufacturing cost (Dreamcast was released on borrowed time, it was past the point of no return already)

Voodoo 4/5 - came out way too late and underperformed
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Sega Dreamcast and Saturn - good consoles shitty decisions. Sega tanked and lost consumer good will in a mather of years thanks to it's bad decisions .
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>>52438950
okay
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>>52438934
exact same thing as QR codes.
but nobody had scanners or smart phones.
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Great thread, loving this info about cuecat, the 90s was such a weird time for technology.
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>>52439125
Nobody I know uses those codes and they all have smartphones.
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>>52439150
i dont have firefox synced with my phone so i just added a qr generator to firefox.
>browsing the internet
>find something that i want to see on my phone
>right click
>generate code
>get smartphone
>scan qr code
i dont use it all the time but its nice to have.
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>>52439150
They're usefull for hacking Nintendo 3ds .
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OUYA
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Napster
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>>52439269
why would you want too something on your phone when you're on your computer?
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>>52439297
*to view
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>>52438864
https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/g/thread/S52300971
>>52438869
what?
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>>52439297
when im looking for something that is specifically for my phone.
it doesnt happen all the time.
ive used it to download ROMs for my phone and apks.
easier than hooking up my phone to the computer.
or if i want to text somebody a site instead of email or facebook(which i dont use on my phone)
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>>52439297
actually i just used it to take a picture of my cuecat.
>saw thread
>right clicked page
>generate code
>scan code with phone
>used my phone to take a picture
>post pic in thread
i probably should just enable firefox sync.
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>>52439501
>firefox sync
BOTNET
O
T
N
E
T
or something along these lines
am I good memer yet?
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>>52438478
Java didn't kill Sun, arguably it was one of their most successful products. It was the dotcom crash, PC workstations getting powerful enough to shove their hardware into a more niche market and said hardware being marketed poorly that did them in.
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>>52438803
>the :( on the side

Toppers lellers.
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>>52439280
Underrated. But I think its success was its demise
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>>52439574
No, it was a sign of Sun's failure at corporate/business strategy. They transformed themselves from a hardware company to a software company (also made worse by making an x86 Solaris). Java has consistently been a loser for both Sun and Oracle. It's the hole in the sinking boat.
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>>52438390
It's called APPLE WATCH!!1!eleven!!
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>>52437996
>tumblr
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>>52437953
Goddamned faggot hand meme...don't know what thread is about...do not care.

Always avoid the faggot hand threads
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>>52438094
I quit gaming when sega died.
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>>52440261
Preorder numbers look great, are you just salty about the high price?
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>>52437953
Windows 10
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>>52438903
nice meme anon
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>>52438852

>This pissed the company that made them off.

Not >this pissed off the company that made them

This triggered my autism.
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Windows 10.
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Foursquare / Swarm.
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[popular and successful thing I don't like]
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>>52437953
Physx by ageia
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what went wrong?
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>>52438585
Good story about a horrible device that never was offered over here. I liked it, thanks!
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>>52438303
> Dreamcast tech wasn't bad

Well, the ability to easily pirate software with just a CD-R drive certainly was.
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>>52437953
Atari Jaguar
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>>52440811
>literally an android phone without SIM card
>what went wrong
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>>52440811
Too slow to release with its specs.

The device was outclassed in terms of specs by random android TV boxes and smartphones when it was out. It wasn't a good baseline for android gaming even on release.

Games rapidly moved their minimum specs past it to the faster devices more commonly found on the market.

I'd think it provided a bunch of people with their $100 worth of gaming, though.

PS: Maybe the current new TV boxes and smartphone might be finally sufficient for a few thousand future game releases? 64bit ARM got pretty powerful, certainly more powerful than a Vita or 3DS or whatever.
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>>52437953
nintendo 3ds
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>>52440120
You're probably right about Java, I said what I did because it's seems to be one of most prevalent artifact of Sun's legacy. Don't really think it ever made them much money, but I don't really know much about the history of Java, I was always more into the hardware side of the company.

>made worse by making x86 solaris
I can't see why that would have damaged them, Solaris was available on x86 for while, long before they started declining and as far as I'm aware was mostly only used by large businesses who wanted to further integrate their PC desktops with their SPARC infrastructure.
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Lightning connector
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>>52440978
I think you're wrong about that one, that one is almost certainly a commercial success.
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>>52440193
How are you this new? Fucking kill yourself.
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The Sinclair C5 personal transportation device.
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Intel Itanium.

Basically they tought it would be a good idea to break compatibility with x86 architecture.

I seriously hope you guys are using either x86-64 or ARM.
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>>52441279
Really? I thought it was a fiasco. at least when it came up. I remember reading that people got headaches while playing and the gaming experience wasn't very pleasant. But maybe it sold well.
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>>52441455
ARM also broke compatibility with itself a lot of times, they just didn't try to do it on the Windows ecosystem.

Even x86_64 was almost too much for Windows back then. Maybe something like Itanium would go down easier now...
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>>52441459
No, in the end it sold quite well as far as Nintendo's consoles go. Over 55 millions by last year, five times more than the Wii U is estimated to have sold to date (different time spans, but still).

And third parties and their games also sold reasonably well in many instances, so Nintendo got licensing fees, eh.

[I'd also think it wasn't the most expensive system to design and manufacture, but that one is a bit hard to guess accurately.]

That said, I personally don't think they'll get another good shot at this. Smartphones are too strong now.
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>>52438968

Seconded. It's a damn shame that PalmOS didn't survive.
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>>52438390
>Windows 8
Yep Microsoft finished nd bankrupt xDDDDDDDDDDD
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>>52441503
Well, I don't think so.
Afaik, ARM has been pretty solid and their microcontroller cores sorta can change because of the context.

Porting thousands of dollars in software just because one company tells you so? I have to be fair tough, I don't even know their excuse for Itanium but their surely had one, as breaking compatibility is never a good ideia unless you have something else in mind.
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>>52437953
Fire OS
soon...
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>>52438094
>>52438158
>>52438303
>>52438515
>>52440318

:^(
fucking a...
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>>52438158

I lost gallons of cum to Dead or Alive bikini
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>>52437953
4 chan and this post.
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>>52437953
Easy: the Gizmondo by Tiger Telematics
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>>52439076
>Voodoo 4/5 - came out way too late and underperformed

That's because nVidia went out of their way to fuck 3dfx as hard as they could.
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>>52442431
technically the gizmondo was never released, so the company pretty much died before being born.
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>>52437953
Everything atari made since the mid 80's, but particularly the Atari 5200. It was the beginning of the end.
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>>52439540
you can prevent LE EPIC BOTNET by using your own sync server instead of the firefox ones. It's not hard to do and we're talking about 50kb at most so there's no need to hire a server or anything.
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>>52437953
RIP
I
P
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>>52441455
yeah because that really tanked the company. is intel even in business anymore?...
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>>52441455
>>52443226
Lol
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>>52438948
those keycaps tho
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>>52441455
The only thing Itanic fucked was those businesses unfortunate enough to be reliant on the architectures Intel and HP usurped with it.
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>>52441903
It was meant for the virtualize and parallelize everything meme. Then their shitty documentation and sdk made for lackluster ports, and even things written natively were out performed by existing x86-64 software.
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>>52441728
Sorry for the late response Abdullah but your email wasn't working. We deposited your $.05 for this post into your account. Keep up the good work!
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>>52441903
Itanium processors were capable of executing x86 instructions to ease the transition, but when it was actually released the emulation was found to be slower than a Pentium-100.

>>52444212
Not really too valid a comparison, x86-64 didn't exist when the Itanium flopped
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Titan A.E.
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Tried to compete on the desktop during the heart of the Wintel monopoly. I still sometimes wonder about how things would be different today if Apple had bought Be instead of NeXT.
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>>52437953

Wait, I guess this is inappropriate. SCO itself is what failed so horribly. At everything it tried to do.
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>>52440321
they've released numbers?
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>>52445707
INtel tried to keep it on life support, but when itanium's only advantages (those inherent to 64 bit) were taken away, it was the nail in the coffin.
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>>52438585
Heh, I just cracked one of these open and disabled the barcode obfuscation an hour or two ago.
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>>52438094
I hated SEGA's after it's console crash. They always had the best games in japan and they never get a english port. They did the same to Sega Saturn. Saturn had the crappiest game lineup ever.
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>>52438493
>>>52438478
>JAVA IS ON 3.5 BILLION DEVICES!!!1!
It will probably start a nuclear war someday because another vuln
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Literally the palm pre.

I still have mine though.
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I was actually pretty hyped for this back in the day.
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>>52438470
I know this is bait, but are you some kind of idiot?

you can feel good knowing that you got me to respond and in all honesty I kinda mad.
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>>52438585
I FUCKING HAVE ONE OF THESE

I REMEMBER THINKING IT WAS USELESS
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>>52441459

1 year after release, yes. Cost too much, >no games.

The market has changed, ($100 new 2ds - $200 n3ds devices for lil' Johnny don't seem that bad now that mom's buying $600 unlocked iphones) and they have ~8-10 good 'tentpole' games to sell to the enormous non-weeb market.

The 3d is a gimmick, as they pretty much acknowledged with the release of the 2ds.

The original DS didn't start really selling well until the DS lite came out a while into it's lifespan. I don't know exact sales numbers but anecdotally I know a lot of "non gamer" families who pulled the trigger on a 2ds for their 6-10 year olds
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>>52440811
Just android games, which people could already play on their phones. Read the comments of people who invested in it, they expected it to play PC and console games
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>>52438585
>For those of you who were nary more than a cumrag around 2000

Best thing taken away from the thread. Know your role Millennial trash, you are and forever will always be a cumrag.
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>>52448489

>le millenom meme

simbly eric
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>>52438585
My dad told me that at one point they were literally handing these things out if you signed an agreement that you wouldn't mod them. Is that true?
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>>52438390
>>52438983
None of those companies have tanked >.>
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Microsoft Courier
Microsoft Kin
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>>52438158
hidden videos?
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>>52440811
Dumb normies thought they could play Skyrim and Cawwadoody at 60fps 1080p for free and got shittershattered when they found out it would only play bad phone games.
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>>52437953
Some tanks for Apple >>52449188
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>>52442484
How?
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>>52437953
Everything blackberry tried to do in the last decade

Nokia's microsoft deal
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>>52438960
Actually more likely than you think, ask Blackberry and Nokia. The iPhone is 80% of Apples revenue. They're a 500 Billion $ company riding on one pillar.
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Not hardware but


AOL trying to stay relevant throughout the years was pretty hard to watch

Fucking 90's
What a ride.
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>>52449116
But it didn't kill MS.
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Remember this badboy?
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>>52451033
>80%
Is that roughly right or exaggerated? It's hard to spot any kind of student here that does art/design/music etc that doesnt have a macbook because ITS MUH STANDARD
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>>52451033
Not after they buy Tesla.
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>>52438415
Economy and bad management tanked Atari. Not the much maligned ET game. The docu is out there about the games dumped in the landfill. It is sad.
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>>52446781
N-no but they said they were doing well!
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>>52451413
> Students use macbooks

Except that those college students are a miniscule portion of the overall population. Grown ups use Windows-based laptops, usually ones that sell for under $1,000 bottom-line price.
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>>52449132
Beating the game and then using a specific name in the leaderboard made it so that if you watched the entire intro video Kasumi would be shown in naked, in bondage and you'd see her vagine.

I forget the name. I think it also let you see Ayane.
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>>52452805
Actually chromebooks are on the rise and people in cs usually use gnu+linux.
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>>52452909
> Chromebooks are on the rise...

A lot of public schools are starting to issue them because they are a cheap way to get students connected.

Also, that data is looking at sales and not at the actual total owned (the latter is impossible to track). We've reached a point that most people don't need to buy a new laptop to run the next version of Windows, run MS Office along with whatever commercial software is necessary for their job, and browse the interwebs.

I mean, Windows XP still has ~25% of the OS market share according to a 2014 survey.
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amiga cd32
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>>52437953
Blackberry Torch
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>>52448473
Wait, what? How retarded are these people? They though evil nintendo charges three to four times more for the console and ten times more for the games because they want to?
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>>52453680
This. Had the Torch worked it would have kept the blackberry lead, but nope, let's make it horrible in every fucking way.
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Radeon 300 series
Bulldozer
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>>52440811
Let's not forget the blatant lies told by the CEO and showed in the announce video. She was telling everyone it's got Netflix and Hulu and could run high end games. Then after release she said "oh well Netflix is over the Web there isn't a specific app.....yet! She shilled it into people believing it was supported and powerful.
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>>52454429
The 300 series is actually pretty good. What's your problem?
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>>52440811
Let's also not forget the bait and switch she pulled on early devs. She told them all she would only take a "small" percent of the game price to sell in the ouya store. Then she told all the early devs that they were special being part of the Ouya launch developers and made them sign exclusivity contracts to make their games "release games". Then she told them the small fee was 33% the same steam, Sony etc. charge. If she would have made the market completely open and not charged royalties it would have launched better and had more software. The hardware itself was profitable, instead she got greedy and though she had the "new" steam on her hands. She also never came through with promised bonuses to devs and employees, so alot left after the first couple months.
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>>52453478
The CD32 was actually selling pretty well in Europe, but it was the final straw for commodore. They got hit with a patent lawsuit and couldn't sell them in the States, and couldn't raise the funds quickly enough to settle it. Just one fuckup in a depressingly long list of fuckups, which didn't even end when Commodore folded.
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Lucky this crap didn't kill 3COM.
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>>52440822
By the time this was cracked Dreamcast was already dead. Shitty decisions by Sega killed Dreamcast, like shitty sales of Saturn and lack of 3rd party developers.
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The "uDraw GameTablet" was one of the major reasons THQ died.
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>>52459820
those investors must be pretty bitter about the Wii U
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>>52459820
>>52459954
The Wii uDraw did ok, the PS3 and Xbox360 versions were the nails on THQ's coffin.
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>>52452805
Nah, rich and wannabe rich people burn through iPhones and MBPs like they're made of coal.
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>>52438948
>The Facit concern crash, who knew computers would make calculators obsolete :).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Instruments
Maybe they should have secured a school deal and made everyone including god use their shitty overpriced 5$ calculators for 100$.
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>>52451226
I remember this and thinking holy fuck I get a phone and a gameboy advanced in one package! This is going to sell millions and like hotcakes!
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>>52460138
>tfw I never fell for the graphing calculator jew
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>>52460160
You can't fall for something thats literally REQUIRED by your professor ;_;
Good thing you can buy used ones
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>>52438948
but they made computers famiglia
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>>52437953
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>>52438094
The Dreamcast is a fucking awesome console. I really should dust out the Dreamcast i have lying around and play some crazy taxi 2, tony hawk pro skater 2, and some quake 3/unreal tournament.
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>>52448441
Nintendo had to go full casual just to survive. Only good gamecube games were the metroids and eternal darkness anyway.
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>>52452825
>>52449132

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxbXgTnQ5gg>>52449132
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Google+ ... remember? Also Go, lol
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>>52460366
Melee is god tier, far better than brawl and the 4th one.
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>>52437996
what in the mother of fuck is this anime shit you faggot?
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>>52460548
I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume this is bait.
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half life 3
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>>52460744
It hasn't failed yet, it's going to get released.
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>>52437953
every idea ever by carly fiorina
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>>52438094
Sega was on a downward spiral long before the dreamcast
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>>52440811
Marketed it as a direct compeitor to the 360 and ps3 retards actually thought they could play skyrim and call of duty on this thing.
plus they were unable to even deliver consoles to all the backers until months later
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>>52437953
who is this seamen demon?
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