“Samsung Tomorrow is Samsung’s version of Nokia Conversations: it serves as the official blog for the company and is managed by its Corporate Communications team,” Vlad Savov reports for The Verge. “It is also, apparently, a technology review site.”
“Posted today, this Gear S analysis is the latest in a running series of Samsung Tomorrow ‘unofficial reviews’ of the company’s latest hardware,” Savov reports. “It tells the reader that ‘the UI of the Gear S is as intuitive as it gets’ and ‘as much as this may sound biased, Gear S is awesome.'”
“What it doesn’t disclose anywhere is whether the self-identified ‘most average editor’ authoring the piece is employed by Samsung, or that he’s writing for a website owned by Samsung,” Savov reports. “This leaves ample room for misinterpretation…”
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MacDailyNews Take: Fatuous, deceitful, crooked Samsung deserves every kick in the teeth that’s coming their way and then some.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]
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