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Apple, It’s Time for a Change – Why Customers are Frustrated with Apple’s Products

you’re joking, right? who needs family when you have tech news? Just make sure you have enough tissues for all the emotions you’ll experience as we reflect on the year that was in the world of technology.

So, grab a cup of hot cocoa, cozy up by the fire, and get ready to revisit all the highs and lows of 2021 with us. From the rise of AI on mobile devices to the fall of Windows Mixed Reality, it’s been a rollercoaster of a year in the tech world.

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As we say goodbye to 2021, let’s also bid farewell to the tech news that kept us entertained, informed, and occasionally frustrated throughout the year. Here’s to another year of exciting developments, surprising announcements, and maybe even a few more mustache-named tech news guys. Cheers to 2022 and all the tech news it will bring!

Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.


  1. i hate how modern tech news always reminds me that "you will own nothing and like it" has been the status quo for years. I miss backing up dvds instead of having "download only" media where they can weasle out of honoring perpetual licenses because they feel like it or "insert" media company is run by greedy cunts. If procceds went to the artists, actors, or writers then that would be one thing but having it go to some tech bro marketer or jurrasic fossil who fondley remembers growing up in austria hungary is fucked.

  2. Why force somebody to open a software up he/she invented and put own resources in? Doesn’t really make sense! Why sharing your salary with others then, who have an own quite high salary? No? Hypocrisy at its finest!

  3. When was the last time you installed Mint? Because, you can just click the defaults through the entire installation process, and be fine with the vast majority of modern systems. Really, no harder than upgrading from Windows 10 to 11.

  4. What the heck is the dual mode? That's not usually how it functions. We set it to 1080p and 480hz manually and let the monitor or RetroTink 4K upscale to 4K. Is this Dual Mode designed to forced the monitor to use integer scaling for 1080p on a 4K display? That's the only reason I could imagine this being useful.

  5. 6:33 "Most WMR headsets are pretty much deprecated"

    Eh? Isn't the HP Reverb G2 one of the more popular options around still if you want higher image quality than the Quest line? They were still selling them normally on stores just a couple of months ago.

  6. Is Ubuntu really user friendly for most people? I find RedHat with a Mint or XFCE gui to be much easier to use that Ubuntu. Honestly, every time I've used Ubuntu it has just frustrated me. I have been working in IT for almost 14 years so maybe that skews my perception of what is easier for the less technically inclined.

  7. Apple’s security is one of the few things they’ve actually been decent to their customers about (some few issues withstanding). I don’t really know or care what a beeper is, but if the US DOJ wants Beeper then I’m pro Apple

  8. While it's funny to joke about GNU/Linux's installation process, there's one thing we're missing. Sure, the stats say 240 million PCs go to waste, but how many of them are owned by individuals and how many are owned by companies that provide those machines to their employees? IDK about others, but I doubt the former has the major share in the 240M statistic. Even if you don't agree, there still are a significant number of systems that are owned by corporations and thus by extension, managed by IT admins. These can easily be revived with GNU/Linux and set with defaults that won't require an non-technical employee to do any additional setup.

    As for anyone comes running saying, "But what about the Office Suite", they have web versions now that you can just pull up in a browser. If you hate LibreOffice and other offerings that much, just use the browser version of Office 365, or even Google Docs.

  9. LOL u unit is easier to install if not just as easy as windows. Of course, if you buy a pc with windows preinstalled and do not count the time needed to get that money, it’s easier.
    Otherwise yes, there are some problems like the lack of Adobe Suite. Windows is rather horrible though and I see myself switching to MacOS for dailydriving in the next year.

  10. yeah im not a huge fan of the windows 10 support drop not only bc windows 10 still holds 70% of the windows market share, but also windows 11 hasnt improved enough for me to actually want to upgrade or stay on it, so I've refused to update all this time. Honestly, if they do go through with the 2025 eol date i might just keep sticking with windows 10 until windows 11 or 12 becomes something actually desireable

  11. Except this isn’t competition in regard to Beeper.

    You can’t compete by using protected IP that you don’t have permission to use.

    Beeper is completely in the wrong here

  12. Are we still on this "installing Linux is hard"? I mean honestly when did you try to install Linux last time? Especially Distros such as Ubuntu, Mint or Manjaro are not more difficult to install than Windows. And these people you're talking about probably won't even notice that they're not on Windows until they need a software that only exists for Windows but then that's not Linux fault.

  13. As an intense computer user (professional video editing and 3D animation) I would really like to get away from Microsoft. But what would it be good for, if I need months, maybe years and thousands of hours of time invested while my brain is melting for becoming productive in Linux, while also facing limited compatibility with some things, that are very important to me. It may work out, it may not. I can't know, until having invested this insane amount of time.
    And since especially time is a very limited ressource for me, I won't try it to then find out, that Linux doesn't suit my computer needs and having wasted all this time. So I need to stay with Windows.
    But this isn't so bad, I have collected all the necessary software on my hard drive, which I need for re-installing Windows 10 and installing all necessary programs without the need of the internet, so that I can use my 2 Windows 10 machines indefinately as offline machines and keep working with them.

    Which doesn't mean, I will never again get a new computer. But I am just not in a hurry and I like to not be forced by the maker of the OS, when to upgrade.


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