There’s one thing that’s certain about high tech executives—they have trouble telling the truth.
Microsoft’s Bill Gates said Macs get hacked regularly, taken over every day. We know that’s a complete fabrication from an executive tired of hearing about Windows Vista compared to Mac OS X Tiger.
To be fair, Apple honcho Steve Jobs’ notorious Reality Distortion Field has modified the truth from time to time. But when Bill Gates says Microsoft won’t produce their own cell phone to compete with Apple’s iPhone, should we believe him? Of course not.
Introducing, Microsoft’s cell phone.
Finally, the software knaves in Redmond, WA have something to be proud of, following the disaster known as Vista. If you thought Apple was an innovative company with the iPhone’s touch screen, wait until you’ve seen Microsoft’s cell phone.
Microsoft will get awards for creativity and thinking outside the box with their new cell phone.
Taking cues from nature and the world we already know, Microsoft’s cell phone is called “O”. The “O Fone.”
As in “oh” and “phone.” Or, as in “oh my gawd.”
You’ll be impressed right away with the paradigm shift Microsoft brings to the ho hum world of portable communications.
E-mail? It’s a thing of the past. In the future, all our portable written communication will be “O-Mail.”
The O Fone’s keypad is totally customizable; you can place the phone’s numbers wherever you want, in order, or completely out of order. No other phone manufacturer offers such flexibility.
The O Fone’s design is so revolutionary, using proprietary technology developed by Microsoft’s famed Research and Development department, that the iPhone, when thrown, will actually return to the thrower. It can be thrown in any direction and return accordingly. Even throw up.
Compare phones. See how little you get with Apple’s seemingly out of date iPhone. Then, compare, feature for feature, what you get with O Fone.
Videos don’t lie, right? The O Fone will revolutionize how Windows customers feel about Microsoft. Apple’s iPhone may be eagerly awaited, but is only available from one cell phone carrier in the US—AT&T.
O Fone is likely to be available at every cell phone carrier in the US, Europe, Asia, even Alabama and Rhode Island.
It’s back to the drawing board for Apple’s cell phone efforts.