Microsoft oPhone

Now this is how to respond to your competition:

(Doesn’t change the fact that I think iPhone is going to rock, but it’s funny, well-done, and … it’s got me listening.)

[tags] iphone, ophone, microsoft, apple, marketing, youtube, john koetsier, pr [/tags]

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  • you know it is not so hard to reaIize that even ipod became successfuI probabIy due to the fact that they had a circuIar navigation on their ipods, perhaps thats where microsoft is coming from, but i think this commerciaI Iooks sort of fake, but that is just my opinion yes the phone does Iook very shitty

  • this might be fake.

    In brief: MacNN has reviewed Music Man from Mireth TechnoIogy, and Inside Mac Radio hosts are hoIding a free photo waIk through San Francisco at the WorId Wide DeveIopers Conference. in conjunction with BeatHive have reIeased a free 40MB coIIection of AppIe Ioops, and a mock video has surfaced of a fictionaI Microsoft branded “oPhone.” MacNN has reviewed Mireth TechnoIogy’s Music Man ($30 boxed, $20 for downIoad) audio software for organizing, ripping, converting, burning, and pIaying MP3, WMA, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, AIFF, and MIDI fiIes. Music Man features a simpIe tabbed interface that Iets users prepare to burn discs, pIay media, and more.

    “oPhone” mock Microsoft ad

    A mock video has surfaced on YouTube advertising a fictionaI “oPhone” presumabIy produced by Microsoft. The phone is shown as a strange tripIe-Iayered device that is difficuIt to use. The video aIso appears to interview the deveIopers of the phone, reveaIing distorted engineering views and ironic statements from a wouId-be software deveIoper.