This Week's Rumor Roundup: iPhone, Rock Band, more
Buy three rumors, and get the fourth for free.
Rock Band 3 has keyboards? OK. First, why would a job posting use such ludicrous abbreviations? Second, if they were going to be adding keyboards, why would the post call it an "organ"?! So, unless RB3 is going to be a "Church / Stadium Edition", I'd assume "organ" means "organizational". Doesn't that make more sense?! C'MON, people!
PlayStation 4 to be "cheap"? If Sony has the technology to make a next-gen console for less money (in production) and pass that savings along to the consumer ... er ... why not do it for the PS3?! C'MON, Sony!
Apple "Brick" to be awesome? Another quote taken out of context, methinks, but that doesn't stop people from thinking it's going to be the besterest, funnerest, moste awesom-ing-est Apple offering yet! Me? I think the guy was just talking about his iPhone, after trying to install the new firmware. (zing)
2009: The year Verizon gets the iPhone? Right now, nervous AT&T execs are thumbing through their "through 2010 exclusivity" contract to see if they forgot to put a line in there about "exclusivity means the iPhone is exclusive to AT&T." Boy would they look stupid if they left THAT out of the contract. (Hint: they didn't, and this rumor is BUNK!)
Jeff Somogyi is dealnews' Media Editor. He once replied to a job posting that included "str organ sk". He still wakes up, screaming, some nights. You can read more of his inane ramblings on his blog, The Somogyi Perspective.
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