Joe Helfrich writes "Ubisoft's Settlers 7 servers have been causing problems for over a week for users worldwide, and Australian gamers are hardly able to connect at all. 'The problem reportedly strikes after the game has already confirmed an active Internet connection, and prevents the user from playing even the single-player campaign, returning the error "server not available." But they are available, because other people are logged into them and merrily playing away.' Wonder how they're going to describe this one as an attack."
Indeed. I am one of them. Generally think that Apple products are the height of douchebaggery, but then I was given an iphone to test. Love it. Waaaaay better than the piece of crap MotoQ and Blackberry I had previously.
And if your buddy had CompleteCare on his bread, it would have been replaced, free of charge. Your AppleBread, not so much. The Apple Bread Co doesn't like you "abusing" their bread.
Toxicgonzo writes: In a recent conference call, Steve Ballmer admits the sales forecast for Vista had been "overly optimistic". He explained the slow sales by saying, "Piracy reduction can be a source of Windows revenue growth, and I think we'll make some piracy improvements this year." He plans to "dial-up" anti-piracy measures with a tougher version of Windows Genuine Advantage. Also, he promises Microsoft "..won't go five years
... between big Windows releases."