Microsoft sued over Red Ring of Death defects
A bloke in California isn’t happy about Microsoft’s handling of the “Red Ring of Death” issues that plague the Xbox360. Reshelle Cable of Folsom, California, is alleging that an excessive number of Xbox 360 consoles have failed and that Microsoft concealed the excessive failure rate of its Xbox 360 consoles so that it could get into the market ahead of Sony and Nintendo.
Interestingly, the suit references a load of gaming trade websites. It demands that Microsoft disgorge all their profits they’ve made from the Xbox 360, and start a refund program that would compensate Xbox owners. Microsoft have so far declined to comment.
Microsoft Xbox 360 (via VentureBeat)
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Notice that the Chinese know how to do a stimulus package, while no one in power seems to know how to do a stimulus package here in the US.
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I think you need a bit more of a story with this as this isn’t really a news story in its current form. Perhaps you could write about why you like Michael so much
It is hard to say such a thing is clear.
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Google reckons this:
But that comes with no blessing from us, and certainly no responsibility if you screw anything up 🙂