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MIT professor tears into Samsung’s ‘painful’ smartphone software

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Dec
2013

MIT professor and Internet startup pioneer Philip Greenspun seems to always have a Christmas gift in his bag for big tech companies. Last year, he ripped Windows 8 apart and called it a “Christmas gift for someone you hate.” If the decline in PC sales over the past 12 months is any indication, it looks like he was onto something. This year, Greenspun is back and this time he has set his sights on Samsung. The well-known Web entrepreneur knows a thing or two about software, and he always does a reasonably good job of assessing products from the typical consumer’s point of view. If his opinion represents that of the typical consumer in this case, Samsung might have something

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