siliconbits writes: Microsoft once called the OS movement a "Cancer", now Acer is calling Apple products a "mutant" virus. Digitimes reports that "Acer founder Stan Shih, in a talks with reporters on September 8, commented that Apple's strong popularity is mainly due to its products such as iPad and iPhone, and these products are like mutant viruses, which are difficult to find a cure for in the short-term, but he believes that PC vendors will eventually find a way to isolate Apple and become immune."
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cabbage, concludes that it will also make better soup." - H.L. Mencken