Here's one instance where Willie Sutton's dictum gets it wrong. Following the money leads you to ask the wrong questions.
A 15-year-old complains on Facebook about the domestic chores she has to do. She whines about her parents in general. So her Dad, who works in IT, takes her laptop outside and blasts it.
Instead of complaining about the FCC's decision to squash the T-Mobile merger and blaming the agency for raising prices, AT&T needs to shut up and move on.
If you look past the fact that this is essentially the same glass-and-metal case and 960x640-pixel display, it's an almost entirely new device, at least as different as the iPad 2 was from the original iPad.
Customers complain that the Droid Bionic emits a high-pitched whine during audio playback when headphones are plugged into the headset jack.
AT&T and Verizon Wireless have dismissed lawsuits against each other claiming their advertisements were misleading.
Verizon Wireless says that AT&T is suing Verizon because it doesn't like the fact that its advertisements depicting AT&T's lack of 3G wireless coverage are true.
MacBook Pro Special Report follow-up #5: Apple addressing issues with new revisions; 'Whine' noise petition
Opera is whining for relevance. It will fail.
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