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Fruit Ninja Tops 300M+ Downloads After Two Years, Now Installed On 1/3 Of All U.S. iPhones

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It feels like it was just yesterday that I was downloading Fruit Ninja on a review unit of the iPad, swiping away at juicy watermelons and nearly-invisible kiwis. But the app has been around for a while — two years to be exact. And over the span of 24 months,...
Fruit Ninja Tops 300M+ Downloads After Two Years, Now Installed On 1/3 Of All U.S. iPhones

Apple, Android and a truckload of watermelons

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Looking at market share vs. profit share every which way to Sunday. FORTUNE -- "Have you heard this one?" asks John Kirk in Android's Market Share is Literally a Joke, a Tech.pinions piece posted Thursday. It starts like this: Two farmers bought a truckload of watermelons, paying five dollars apiece for...
Apple, Android and a truckload of watermelons

Completely Insane Windows 8 Ads From Microsoft Leak (MSFT)

www.businessinsider.com
Microsoft made the following commercials for its Asian markets. They were put on its general YouTube page before being pulled. They are so completely insane that it's we won't do them justice by describing them, but we'll try. The first one illustrates the "power of touch" with three guys slicing...
Completely Insane Windows 8 Ads From Microsoft Leak (MSFT)

Microsoft posts weird Windows 8 commercials, then promptly takes them down

www.geekwire.com
It appears Microsoft either made a mistake by posting new Windows commercials or was just flat-out embarrassed by the initial response. On Wednesday afternoon, both Neowin and WPCentral noticed that Microsoft uploaded three new spots to the official Windows YouTube channel. The ads, titled “Windows 8 Training Camp,” featured groups of...
Microsoft posts weird Windows 8 commercials, then promptly takes them down

Should we just play Chopsticks? Microsoft uses Siri to ridicule iPad in latest commercial

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Microsoft is taking another swing at a competitor and this time it’s Apple’s iPad getting the backhand slap. In its latest Windows commercial titled “Less talking, more doing,” Microsoft uses Siri’s voice to show how Windows tablets can perform tasks that the iPad cannot, all at a cheaper price. Important...
Should we just play Chopsticks? Microsoft uses Siri to ridicule iPad in latest commercial

Microsoft yanks bizarre 'training camp' ads that compare Windows 8 to watermelons [video]

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Microsoft yanks bizarre 'training camp' ads that compare Windows 8 to watermelons [video]
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