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Microsoft to Fix the Bug in Windows Phone That Makes it Uninteresting to all Smartphone Users
CES 2012: Existing Smartphone Rereleased With New Name, New Packaging
CES 2012: Steve Ballmer Delivers Keynote, and Nobody Gives a Crap
Girl Dies After Not Receiving iPhone 4S For Her Birthday, Like She’d Asked For
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News - Jan 18, 2012 15:33 - 4 Comments
Microsoft announced today a pending update to Windows Phone 7.5, which will address a number of outstanding issues with the smartphone operating system, most notably the well-known bug that renders Windows Phones completely uninteresting to all smartphone users. Read more…
Interviews - Dec 25, 2011 14:41 - 0 Comments
Here at Satiritron, we consider our job to be the curation of history, so when we get the chance to speak directly with a powerful agent of history, we jump at it.
Satiritron: “Skeuomorphic” is a brand-new word, created by Apple as a way to describe their design of software with visual flourishes that make the software resemble its physical counterpart. Like iCal having that cool leather graphic, with the fake scraps of paper at the top. It’s our pleasure today to talk to such an up-and coming new word. Skeuomorphic, thanks for talking to us today.
Skeuomorphic: Apple didn’t make me, okay? Let’s clear that shit up right now. Read more…
Opinion - Jan 18, 2012 17:05 - 2 Comments
I’m Michael Arrington.
I’m a lawyer, founded TechCrunch — which is so popular it gives me diarrhea — and after that started Uncrunched. People listen to me because I’m smart and almost always right, but the most important people listen to me is because I have strong opinions about things.
So listen to me, you idiot. Read more…