"early unconfirmed reports show that a user has been told by MSI support his product won't be supported"
so hard to add, but hey they're only following the amazing example set by national and international media sources
here's the difference - It makes sense to release early (but possibly wrong) reports on earth shattering stuff like Notre burning to the ground. however, doing the same for tech media just shows how these folks rely on twitter & reddit for their "news" instead of trying to actually fact check before rushing to judgement.
HOWEVER - we're in a world where the truth doesn't matter, just number of clicks generated before releasing the actual story that includes zero sensationalism.
Honestly though, it seems a slightly more cautious and careful approach would actually earn you more respect & views.
first release - this is possibly happening, but no sauce from MSI yet
update release - this in from MSI, no its not true the world is burning to the ground, so glad we didn't jump to conclusions!
double clix, less "these morons suck at reporting" commentary.
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