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Sigh.I miss journalism.Years ago, AppleInsider (or something with the same name) used to get some pretty cool scoops. Nowadays they just seem to snuffle around the web like a chihuahua in a leaf pile, picking out leftovers and regurgitating them for page clicks. Very sad, but very common.If you want real journalism then you have to pay for it. You won't get it from these fronts for ad servers.
No other company on the planet generates click revenue like Apple does. It's the price of being successful I suppose. I don't believe the nonsense that Samsung is orchestrating a smear campaign; this is folks just coasting on the release hysteria to make a few bucks.Next up: Nukegate - or how the supposedly tough Apple watch melted during a tactical nuclear strike."A megaton!" Dr Strangefap cried. "One measly megaton, and their vaunted $300 watch is toast!"Then half a...
Yes, because someone applying pressure with his thumbs until his eyes burst is a very realistic example of everyday usage.
AhemRead the shocking truth (well, shocking to someone who's a complete idiot) about bendy phones
So, ten million bent phones, apparently. Take off a fair whack to account for the Internet echo chamber A little bit more to account for ordinary trolls Another smidgen to account for the 'concern trolls' ('Twenty six million views of a bloke bursting an artery bending a phone! I hope Apple is doom ... No .... I mean, if Apple think that folk are going to forget about this as soon as Kim Kardashian posts pictures of her ... Oh hang on .... 40 million views for Kim's...
 That's odd because when I heard about it, I went to my library and it wasn't there. Turns out I had to go and get it from my purchased list.  Of all the nonsense that Apple marketing exercises or goof-ups generate, this has been the most hilarious. I've seen people complaining that they feel they've been raped.I've seen people complaining that Apple has violated their device – and forgetting to remove the tag that says 'posted from Android.' What we haven't seen is...
When they talk about Samsung profits being down, they're talking about Samsung's mobile division which is the company's most profitable division. Of course it doesn't bode well for the company as a whole if your most profitable business unit is bleeding.Your assertion that they wouldn't continue with the same line of advertising if it didn't work is clearly incorrect. Samsung's sales and profits are falling, so the ads aren't working, and Samsung is carrying on. The...
Have to say that I'm not sure hijacking charity like this is in the best possible taste, but if Samsung raises awareness then that is a positive thing. The ad was faked? No real surprise there. Will Apple respond? No, there's no need. Samsung is desperate. They're trying to draw Apple into a spec war and away from questions of security, ecosystem, cohesiveness and quality where Samsung knows it is lacking. Last month, Samsung came up with an ad telling people they...
In their desperation to be like Apple, Microsoft forgets that their customers don't want them to be like Apple.
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