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Obama Got A Sneak Peek At The Original iPhone From Steve Jobs 

US President Obama has been an Apple fanboy for a while now, according to the upcoming book Believer: My Forty Years in Politics from Obama’s political strategist David Axelrod. In 2007, Steve Jobs gave then-Senator Obama a private viewing of the iPhone before it was made publicly available.

Nobody Is Queueing For The iPhone Launch Right Now [Updated: There's Someone There Now!]

One year ago, there were ten brave souls standing outside the Apple Store on George Street in Sydney waiting for the latest gifts from Apple. Flash-forward 359 days and Apple is gearing up for the launch of not one, but two new iPhones, and not a soul is waiting for them. Update: Someone is there now!

Fanboy Psychology: Why We Keep Buying The Same Stuff

None of us want to admit it, but chances are we’re all fanboys in some area. Whether it’s a particular brand of software, a gadget or a political leaning, we often rally behind companies and ideologies without even realising it. Here’s why we become fanboys and how to prevent it from happening to you.

How Every Argument About Xbox And PlayStation Ends

It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about the Xbox One versus the PlayStation 4. The 360 versus the PS3. Pitting Xbox Live against PlayStation Plus. Comparing Microsoft and Sony. Even including Windows Phone with the PSP. Whatever. Any argument between Xbox fanboys and PlayStation fanboys eventually reaches the point where they’re both so thankful that they’re not Nintendo fanboys. How about that 2DS guys!

What Fanboy Arguments About Google Glass And Apple's iWatch Will Be Like

Even though we’re going to be whoa’d and inspired by the future that Google Glass and the Apple iWatch will bring, let’s not kid ourselves. The most realistic future is going to be the silly arguments we all get into about Google Glass and the Apple iWatch… which will only get more ridiculous after Apple releases its own glasses and Google makes a watch. It’s the next level of Android vs iPhone. The future is going to suck. At least we have Joy of Tech’s amusing comic to laugh at before it happens. [Joy of Tech]

Do You Ever Judge People Based On Only Their Choice Of Phone?

In some ways, a person’s choice of phone might say a lot about them. In other ways, it doesn’t. And as much as you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, we’re all guilty of it from time to time.

Too Bad This Apple-Samsung Fanboy Peace Treaty Isn't Real

The smartphone fanboy wars seem both ridiculous and eternal. It’s like everywhere you go on the internet, a simple statement of preference — even one that isn’t pig-head and disparaging — can serve as the flash point for a fanboy skirmish. Isn’t it about time we signed a peace treat?

Apple Fans Turn Samsung's iPhone 5 Attack Ad On Its Head

Samsung isn’t taking the iPhone 5 launch lying down, and it shouldn’t surprise you to learn that nobody else is either. Samsung’s hackle-raising iPhone-bashing ad has been flipped on its head by ardent Apple knights in iPhone armour.

The Fanboy And The Phone: A Love/Hate Story

In the ‘90s, no nerd-debate was more contentious than that over the “best” computer operating system. Were you Windows, or were you Mac, or were you Linux? Rifts formed in communities, hateful epithets were hurled and friendships were destroyed. It was the geek equivalent of the abortion rights debate.

Should Mac Owners Date Windows Owners?

Yes, that’s a ridiculous question; clearly, no-one should base their relationship choices on something as superficial as the operating system they use. But equally clearly, lots of people make bad choices, a fact underlined by the surprisingly central role Valentine’s Day seems to play in maintaining relationships. Desperate times might seem to call for desperate measures. Nonetheless, you should look beyond the boot sector disk when you’re making a bootie call.

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