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Friday, 14 October 2011

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GOOGLE EARTH - There's one story that says Google is intentionally trying to damage Apple's name and sales revenue. There's another that says there are normal glitches in any search engine. Either way, the iPhone4S goes on sale today whether you hate it or glitch it.

But this story is not about Apple and its pure brilliance. It's about Google and their spell check. For years, Google has tried to one-up Apple in different ways.

Now, I hate smart phones because they still can't interpret what you're thinking without you having to say it. So I don't have a dog in the fight. But what I do know is that Google is either intentionally trying to damage Apple's name and sales revenue or it's experiencing normal glitches in its search engine.

Many universities and non-profit institutions have poured millions of dollars to conduct studies to determine whether we can know for sure why Google misspells Apple related words. Unfortunately, all continue to fail. Each time they search for Apple related words it 'redirects them to the front page of Google.'

It's too bad Yahoo went out of business.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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