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 Right. Why not require a password to turn the phone off? Am I missing something?  I, for one, won't feel any relief knowing that the phone I'll never see again (and can't locate) can't ever be used again. Yay?
Since nearly all criminals are stupid idiotic jackasses with kindergarten-level education, do they frequent online bulletin boards on the Tor network where they announce the inclusion of a feature that will eat into their iPhone- and iPad-stealing profits? Just curious. I think this will put a trivial dent in subway phone snatchings. I don't think Joe Gangster is going to perform acute analysis of the phone Chuck T. Wallstreetdickhead has pegged to his ear.
Apple must be paying these people to stand in line. No? Ooops, sorry, that was Samsung.
I wonder if they realize that you can't "pull" anything off the web. Once BuzzFeed picks it up, it's over. Now, by pulling it, they look like idiots confirming that this was in bad taste.
Oh my god, I couldn't finish this, it was so embarrassing to watch. Poorly done to boot. Desperate. Sad.
And 64-bit Android will be out when...?
Does some have a Samsung Copy Counter website in which we count how long it takes for them to copy Apple? Thus, How long until Samsung's next phone has shell color-matching wallpaper.
"It's easier to say Yes and throw a beta tag on it, then it is to say No and not have a we're-first product to brag about." - excerpt from The Google Way, a fictitious book by Sir Gay Bryn
Hi Pot, meet Mr. Black.
It's over for Apple. This announcement is not one Jobs would've made. He would have use more circles with more powerful colors, and not place them so close to each other. Also, the number of circles that overlap one another is telling; it means Tim Cook needs to hide behind his peers and is not ready to helm the ship and take it to uncharted waters. Note how the Apple logo is lost amongst some of the circles. This means a company in distress, one in need of direction,...
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