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Myth: Apple Success Due to Advertising? (Microsoft Does it Better!?)

Monday, May 10, 2010
By OP Editor

"Apple is an amazing marketing engine." Microsoft apologists often claim that advertising is a major reason of recent decade of Apple successes. But is that claim based on fact or fiction? Full Story »

Myth: Short iPad Queues Show Lack of Interest in Apple Tablet

Saturday, April 3, 2010
By OP Editor

Apple tablet retail queue: Why the first day iPad lines won't be like the long iPhone queue. The myth that potentially shorter iPad queues show lack of interest in the Apple tablet. Full Story »

Apple Smartphone Lacks Security? iPhone Hacked / Cracked in 20 Seconds? The Whole Story

Wednesday, March 24, 2010
By OP Editor

In the upcoming days, some people will inevitably say "iPhone was hacked in 20 seconds" or "iPhone was first to be hacked," implying that the Apple smartphone is the most insecure device tested at security contest Pwn2Own. However, most of these reports are conveniently missing the whole story. Full Story »

Myth: Copyright Theft, Apple Stole GUI from Xerox PARC Alto

Friday, March 5, 2010
By OP Editor

Apple stole GUI myth: So, Apple stole the now ubiquitous graphical user interface (GUI) from Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)? Some people think so. But is it truth or fiction? Full Story »

iPad BOM Satire: Microsoft Windows, Office $0.27 Component Costs Leave Room for PC Price Cuts

Wednesday, February 10, 2010
By OP Editor

(Apple iPad low component costs, high profit, nimble price reduction myth SPOOF) - Microsoft may pay as little as $0.27 for physical components of Windows 7 Ultimate. That leaves plenty of room to cut the price of a product that analysts say may be too expensive. Full Story »

The $5 Million Dollar H.264 Expensive License Myth

Thursday, February 4, 2010
By OP Editor

Rumors are that it's expensive to license the Apple supported H.264 video compression. Some say that the royalty costs $5 million dollars. But does H.264 video compression really cost $5 million to license? Is it expensive? Not exactly. Full Story »

iPad iBookstore e-Book Prices, the High Price Myth

Thursday, February 4, 2010
By OP Editor

Are the Apple eBooks going to be expensive? Pundits are circulating the myth that iPad e-Book prices will be vastly more expensive at $14.99 while Amazon Kindle eBooks will maintain the mostly $9.99 price point. But what are the actual potential prices of e-Books in the iPad iBookstore? Full Story »

RDM Covers Myth: Apple iPad is Big iPod touch (in Video!)

Tuesday, February 2, 2010
By OP Editor

Daniel Eran Dilger of Roughly Drafted Magazine is known for his long, comprehensive Apple related tech analysis and Apple-myth busting. This time he goes after the top 10 iPad myths, in Video! First myth: Apple iPad is a big iPod touch. Full Story »

Think Apple iPad Costs Too much? Think Again (Chart)

Tuesday, February 2, 2010
By OP Editor

One of the myths about Apple's new tablet computer and eBook reader is that the iPad is too expensive. Actually the iPad is not over priced. Here's why: There's a chart for that! Full Story »

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 »

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