They did it with a big, ugly, stupid, malware-ridden robot but it came back from The Deeps with all its demented delusions (the AI version of malware) intact. Big-dumb-robot World never seems to have heard of anti-malware suites.
It's a pity the motor-car robots don't have access to Mr. Goldblum's Mac based virus. Maybe they haven't heard of Macs?
And why is the title of this waste-of-space article "Mac laptop and desktop..."? Could it possibly be merely a cynical attempt to attract the Apple people who would have ignored any article ostensibly about Wintel boxes? Not one statement in the entire article concerning the future of laptops or desktops was specific to Apple's products.
Leave off the word "Mac" and I'd guess TR would have lost a lot of click-through money.
I remember when it wasn't *all* about maximising profits, when a TR Pro membership was useful for more than being sold browser toolbars. I've hung on to mine so far for the residual benefits that almost outweigh the mass of adverts.
When I clicked on the email linkie to this article I was hoping for some actual information about Apple's products and why they were most likely not about to be swamped by other PCs. Maybe even something about new Mac Pros and how they fitted into the future of computing.
I really should have known better.
"Mac, iPhones, iPads : is sugar good for your teeth?"
Not funny, but neither is it more cynical and stupid than many recent TR article titles.
I don't think I'm suited to this bizarre, hyper-commercial world. I'm obsolete.
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