On our final Angry Friday, we take a walk down memory lane and visit the very best moments of Tech Rage. Over the show’s varied 2 and a half year run, we’ve pounded plenty of fists and blasted tech companies for their incompetence. Enjoy the very best of Tech Rage!
Today on Tech Rage, Microsoft fails to credit Kaspersky in botnet take-down, small Chicago company sues Facebook over Timeline, and Verizon and T-Mobile join forces to defend Samsung from Apple.
Today on Tech Rage, Facebook clogs up their platform with even more useless features, Apple’s In-app purchasing system breaks, net neutrality goes legit November 20th to the frustration of ISPs, Verizon LTE devices suffer connectivity issues, and Netflix separates their DVD-by-mail service from streaming services, causing questions about the company’s future.
Today on Tech Rage News, wirless carriers may be throttling back our networks, Windows 8 has a new sarcastic Blue-Screen-Of-Death, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer continues with his delusions, and Google has issues with supporting their products.
Today on Tech Rage News, customers are furious at Microsoft for their cloud services outage, a new report make the ridiculous claim that Facebook and reality TV makes teens take drugs, and Apple complains that Motorola and Samsung are “anticompetitive” with their patents. Oh, boo hoo, Apple.