Bill Gates' ‘greatest Mistake Ever' Was Losing Out To Android

Bill Gates' ‘Greatest Mistake Ever' Was Losing Out To Android

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates talked about what he considers to be his “greatest mistake every” at the company during an interview at venture capital firm Village Global. It was the company’s haphazard move from Windows Mobile to Windows Phone. That move allowed Android to become the only true alternative to Apple’s iOS platform.

“In the software world, particularly for platforms, these are winner-take-all markets. So the greatest mistake ever is whatever mismanagement I engaged in that caused Microsoft not to be what Android is,” Gates said.

Mizuki Nana To Release Greatest Hits Album Early Next Year

Mizuki Nana to release greatest hits album early next year

Mizuki Nana will release a greatest hits album, titled "THE MUSEUM III," on January 10 of next year.

The last time Mizuki released a greatest hits album was over six years ago. Her upcoming album will includes singles from 2012's "Synchrogazer" to her most recent "Destiny's Prelude" and "TESTAMENT," as well as her collaboration songs with T.M.Revolution and Yamadera Koichi. Furthermore, it will contain new songs which will be used as the ending themes for the anime 'Basilisk: Ouka Ninpouchou' to begin in January.

Amuro Namie To Release Greatest Hits Album 'finally'

Amuro Namie to release greatest hits album 'Finally'

Amuro Namie, who shocked everyone with her recent retirement announcement, will be releasing a greatest hits album called "Finally" on November 8.

The 3-disc set will feature her greatest hits from her debut song to her latest numbers, as well as brand new tracks. It will be prepared in three different versions: 3CD+DVD, 3CD+Blu-ray, and a special 3CD edition for members of her fan club 'fan space.'

Lexus Lfa Finishes 10th Overall In Top Gear’s Greatest Car Of The Past 20 Years Poll

Lexus LFA #014 Equipped with Fog LampsTo mark their 20th anniversary, Top Gear Magazine asked readers to help compile a list of the 50 greatest cars since the publication started in 1993.
The results have now been released, and a single Lexus appears on the list — the LFA finished 10th overall, a respectable finish in what could be one of the strangest assortment of “greatest cars” I’ve ever seen.