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Joy comes from the abuse of fetishised gadgets, especially when they start with the letter “i”. When it’s one of the most terrific people on TV doing it, well just watch.
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When multibillion dollar tech companies start throwing punches back and forth, where do you turn? The Colbert Report, obviously. Here’s Colbert’s funnier take on the already pretty ridiculous Google-Bing battle.
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newVideoPlayer("/iphonethreat_giz.flv", 476, 376,""); What’s the #1 threat facing America? According to pundit Stephen Colbert, it’s the hateable iPhone. After discovering it has a kill switch to remotely remove malicious apps, the phone went straight to the top of Colbert’s Threat Down list—even edging out bears. He says the switch is designed to “kill you”, and though that may be wrong for now, you never know what Steve Jobs is cooking up in Cupertino. But Stephen isn’t afraid of death; he stares the iPhone down Clint Eastwood-style—until his mum calls. Oh, he also trashes Zunes and shows us his feminine side with that SATC ringtone. Clip above. [Colbert Report]