In the first direct swipe at Microsoft's anti-Mac "Laptop Hunters" advertising campaign, Apple talks viruses, crashes, and headaches.
A lawyer quoted in AdAge feels Apple has a good case against Microsoft over its Laptop Hunter campaign. The only question is whether Apple would actually gain anything from a lawsuit.
Who has the most perfect balls in the world? Metrologists. No, seriously. They do. You should see the pictures. This is serious science, people, so quit your childish sniggering. In actual news for the day, Apple misses its chance to make iTunes the world's music software (again) by blocking Pre syncing with its latest iTunes update, and they actually called Microsoft to demand that they take down their Laptop Hunters ads. Wow. Talk about balls.
In its latest "Laptop Hunters" ad, Microsoft, a one-time big backer of HD DVD, is actually using Blu-ray as a selling point against Apple's laptop offerings. Is it a sign that it's finally ready to bury the hatchet?
The latest "laptop hunters" ad keeps hammering Apple on every conceivable aspect. But why does it seem to take 11-year-old Jackson and his mom, Lisa, a long time to buy their PC?