no need to employ someone.. microsoft has that base covered. when they release an update, it will exploit something or the other rendering the mp3 player useless. Let Microsfot kill it themselves, they're bound to.princealfie said:I'm thinking of starting a "missionary program" to teach people about the dangers of Zune...
Employing a hacker to ruin the Zune through a secret firmware program that undermines those multicolored buster browns.
Half of me hopes that happens (MS kills it themselves with their usual blunders), but half of me hopes it does somewhat well and gives Apple incentive to bring better things to market even sooner than what they've been doing.Willis said:Let Microsfot kill it themselves, they're bound to.
That's for Apple to figure out. The only real negatives I've seen so far are some FUD about automatic DRM which doesn't appear to be true (we'll have to wait and see how this works in real life), that it's a little thicker to accommodate the larger LCD and radio, and Microsoft's answer to Flower Power and Dalmation Blue, the optional brown case.princealfie said:
vv-tim said:I'm all for Microsoft crushing the iPod if it means I get a nicer media player.
That was exactly what I was thinking.zap2 said:Not for me(And you seeing your MacBook Pro)...if MS wins and Apple stops selling iPod, I'm done because I doubt Zune will support OS X.