There are many people that strongly believe that the Zune is a valid substitute for the iPod; unfortunately some of its defects are convincing me that Microsoft clearly isn't putting much energy into its product. After cracking screens and a seriously injured customer it is now time for a "new Millenium Bug": every single Zune on earth has frozen because of a bug in the way the Zune handles leap years. Luckly this time no one was injured! But I still can't stop thinking about what the next bug will be.
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- ► 2008 (126)