You remember that big nasty flaw in the DNS system that threatened to send the whole of the interwebs into chaos? Well, it only took them a couple of months, but Apple has finally gotten around to fixing it on the iPhone.
Not that you were at a great risk; the issue mainly affects servers, and I don't know of too many people right now using their iPhones as DNS servers. Still, it has to make you frown a little that Apple is being this lackadaisical with getting security fixes out for what is currently its rock-star product, especially seeing as how Microsoft and others had fixes out for their client systems. Eventually, all this feet-dragging is going to come back and bite Apple in the butt.
Speaking of the Borg, Microsoft has apparently hired a couple hundred Vista 'gurus' to hang around your local electronics store and give demos explaining precisely why you should upgrade your copy of Windows XP.... and your graphics card... and your CPU... and your hard drive... and your RAM....
Don't get too smug, Maccies. I'm guessing the gurus won't be any more face-punchable than some of the Apple salespeople and 'Genius' bar types. Let's face it, Apple has been doing this same thing for several years now, they just have their own storefronts to contain it in.
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