C|Net needs to get a grip on their Apple bashing

PlaceofDis

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Jan 6, 2004
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i really dont see what the big deal is what all of these things, apple is a company and it is just protecting itself, big deal

the ipod tax is taken totally out of line by Cnet
trade secrets are trade secrets, apple has a right to know who the leak is, obviously someone breeched their NDA
some one copied their product, blatantly, including name, they have a right to shut them down


get a grip of reality Cnet
 

iGary

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May 26, 2004
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1. She's just pissed off because Microsoft is the one always getting their pants sued off (and usually losing).

2. The iPod Super Shuffle was a PR stunt.

3. Apple could not have been the only reason Motorola did not release a phone - heck, Steve showed a prototype at Macworld. :confused:

4. The jury is still out on whether Apple's suit against Think Secret is a good thing.

What do you expect from CSlop?
 

mad jew

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Apr 3, 2004
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Am I the only one who doesn't think C-Net is anti-Apple? Sure, they don't always give some of the Apple products the best ratings possible, but they still have some good things to say about our favorite little fruit.
 

wrldwzrd89

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Jun 6, 2003
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This article isn't quite as bad as previous C|Net articles, IMO. There's more fact in this one and less bias - that doesn't mean the bias is completely gone. We all have to deal with selective journalism - this article represents selective journalism at its finest.
 

quagmire

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Apr 19, 2004
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wrldwzrd89 said:
This article isn't quite as bad as previous C|Net articles, IMO. There's more fact in this one and less bias - that doesn't mean the bias is completely gone. We all have to deal with selective journalism - this article represents selective journalism at its finest.
Agree, I mean they saw the PSP as an iPod killer.
 

AstroManLuca

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LOL they cite Jack Campbell (the DV Forge/MacMice guy) as a source. GOOD JOB C|Net! Way to pick someone who is credible and well-liked!
 

mvc

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Jul 11, 2003
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Cnet and news.com have only one function in life, to spew F.U.D. on Apple and plug the latest cr@p from Microsoft.

Anyone know who owns these guys - in any case it's pretty obvious who's paying most of the advertising bills, and its not Apple.
 
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