They didnt say it was wholly erased, but rather no longer the big deal it once was. When it started, a lot of people had problems with them, and they made a fortune, but now, yes there may still be a few out there here and there, theyre no longer making money like they once were and are few and far between-you chances of getting one are rare. Its like people who still use windows 3.1 on their primary OS. The operating system, is in effect dead, kaput gone. Yet, there are still people who use it (and refuse to upgrade) though their hard to find. And the article points out, theres a good chance theyll come back.
Edited by the_patriot11, 07 January 2012 - 11:48 PM.