This attitude could so easily be extended to the common man, taxes and administrative corruption – What steps are you taking to save your money from government corruption?
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman wrote to Apple, Google, Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) and Samsung Electronics Co. seeking information about what the companies are doing to combat thefts of their devices in the state, according to copies of the May 10 letters.
via Apple, Google Pressed by N.Y. Over Handheld Device Thefts – Bloomberg.
Some really crazy answers in there
No matter what all the advice books and articles say, and no matter how well prepared you are, sometimes in the moment you blurt something out and you immediately know that you were not supposed to say that. But even so, you still got the offer.
A real tongue in cheek answer – at least Apple can’t claim to be the first victim. You definitely can’t accuse Samsung of not keeping with the times or latest trends.
Answer by Glyn Williams:
Before Apple, Samsung did not copy the Blackberry either.
This is the Samsung Blackjack II. Notice that the name Blackjack sounds nothing like Blackberry.
And before that, when the Motorola Razr was a top seller. Samsung definitely did not copy it with a phone called the Blade. The word Blade and the word Razr don’t even start with the same letter.
Real life inspiration for sure
A couple of gems from Geek And Poke on Google Glass and the upcoming Smart Watches
Applies to classrooms even better
DOGHOUSE | Do I Hate You?.
Just the way Google Chrome’s private browsing can’t help your isolate yourself from someone looking over your shoulders I guess.
via xkcd: Authorization.