Wait, what? Something doesn't sound right because Macs are perfectly designed and perfectly secure. Once you buy a Apple product you can keep it forever because it is perfect. Other companies are forced to release new models/versions every 6-9 months to work out massive bugs and make basic functionality adjustments. And sometimes those companies make "improvements" that don't work at all then just tell their customers "Whoops, well, don't worry a new one that works a little better will be out in 6-9 months."
Samsung Fined $340K for Fake Online Comments Targeting HTC
By Chloe Albanesius
October 24, 2013 02:15pm EST
Taiwanese officials this week handed down a $340,000 fine against Samsung for waging what they considered to be an unfair online campaign against HTC devices.
As noted by the BBC, Samsung allegedly hired an advertising firm that paid students and bloggers to write posts and comments online that praised Samsung's products but were critical of
gadgets from rival HTC.
I'm a bit bothered by the speed in which huge software is managed these days. Microsoft and Apple are having some problems with their stuff. I can see that Apple is acting most like Microsoft, which tells me that they don't have Google in their sights as much as previously thought. So now the question becomes "who's leading whom?"