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Gizmodo Writer Pwned By Anti-Apple Trolls: Apple Store Genius Bar Top Horror “Stories”

Friday, January 15, 2010
By OP Editor

Gizmodo is a tech blog with many interesting stories that are typically based in reality. But occasionally something goes wrong. This week, Gizmodo published top "horror stories" supposedly from customers of the highly rated Apple Store Genius Bar. Sensational? Yes. The problem is, the article writer, Matt Buchanan, did not fact check. Full Story »

Microsoft Fails Promise Again, Misses Injunction Deadline, Office 2007 Pulled From Retail

Tuesday, January 12, 2010
By OP Editor

In an IP-infringement lawsuit, Microsoft was found guilty last August of unauthorized-use of intellectual property in Office 2003/2007. The resulting $290 million verdict bars Microsoft from selling the infringing software after January 11th until removal of counterfeit technology. Despite promises to the contrary, Microsoft starts the new decade failing to meet court injunction deadline. Full Story »

Banking Scam App: Android Market Approved (Not On iPhone App Store)

Monday, January 11, 2010
By OP Editor

To those who complain about Apple's successful iPhone App Store, claiming that the approval process is "restricted," take note. The Android Market has so much "freedom" that the Android app store approved a fraudulent banking application, made by scammers designed to steal user's financial information. Full Story »

“Leaked” Microsoft Retail Store Concept Sketch!

Tuesday, January 5, 2010
By OP Editor

Humorous concept sketch of Microsoft retail store reveals the unspoken Microsoft plan, including details of their App Store software selections, theater presentations, and really smart guy bar! All the stuff they copied from the Apple Store, with the Microsoft touch. It even shows the Microsoft focus on security! Full Story »

New Verizon Ad FAIL: iPhone beautiful / Droid kludge, which side are they on?

Saturday, December 5, 2009
By OP Editor

Verizon's new iPhone bashing ad calls Apple's innovative and well-designed smartphone "pretty" and a "tiara wearing digitally clueless beauty pageant queen." It then continues to advertise that the Verizon Motorola Droid is a robot, while unintentionally admitting that Droid is comparable to a hastily made kludge. Brilliant. Full Story »

Microsoft Lost Intellectual Property Infringement Case in Chinese Court, Versions of Windows Banned in China

Tuesday, November 17, 2009
By OP Editor

Chinese court ruled that Microsoft infringed a Chinese software maker's intellectual property, and must stop selling all PC operating systems containing the unlicensed software, effecting banning Chinese language editions of Windows 98 SE, 2000, XP, Server 2003 from China. What irony, considering Microsoft regularly campaigns for stronger intellectual property protection in China. Full Story »

Court Declares Psystar “Admitted Counterfeit” in Mac OS X Copyright Infringement Case, Apple Wins Summary Judgement – Highlights

Monday, November 16, 2009
By OP Editor

On November 13, 2009 Apple earns important legal victory in the copyright-infringement action against Psystar, a Florida company that sells counterfeit Macs. United States District Court for the Northern District of California awarded the summary judgment win. Seven additional claims against Psystar including breach of contract, trademark infringement, and trademark dilution remain for trial. Full Story »

Microsoft Tries to Copy Apple Store, Scottsdale AZ Store Opening Reveals Extent of Blatant Plagiarism

Monday, October 26, 2009
By OP Editor

The Redmond Copying Machine is at it again. This time, instead of attempting to rip off the look (but not the usability) of Apple's Mac OS or Apple's other innovative products, the Microsoft copiers attempt to parrot the iconic Apple Store. Full Story »

Microsoft server cloud EPIC FAIL, data-loss for T-Mobile sidekick phones

Saturday, October 10, 2009
By OP Editor

After a week long service outage, T-Mobile announced to customers: contacts, calendar entries, to-do lists, or photos stored on Microsoft / Danger servers "almost certainly has been lost" for sidekick phones users. Full Story »

MacBook on Microsoft Site + Microsoft Photoshop FAIL

Monday, August 31, 2009
By OP Editor

Microsoft expertly photoshopping Apple's logo out of a Mac on Microsoft's Optimize Business Productivity Infrastructure home page. But Microsoft failed at photoshopping a black man from Microsoft' Polish web site. Full Story »

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