Best Buy files a lawsuit to get "Jane and John Doe", or whoever leaked that Samsung Galaxy S III info
1. Sniggly posted on 04 Jul 2012, 04:09 6 0
I mean, if Samsung got all pissy and revoked partnerships or whatever, I can sorta understand. But this is just silly.
2. rf1975 posted on 04 Jul 2012, 04:33 5 1
I think this leak helped the SIII sale. It did not do any negative impact on SIII, Best Buy or Samy. ??
3. Hammerfest posted on 04 Jul 2012, 04:53 0 0
The wheaties already tasted like s**t, why was he upset when I s**t in his wheaties anyway?
Well, the basterd took a s**t in MY wheaties no matter if it didnt change the flavor! MY wheaties damnit! If I want more s**t flavoring ill s**t in them myself! MINE MINE MINE GREED CONTROL FREAK OCD ARSEHOLE SYNDROME NOM NOM NOM...
Its a valid "human" responce...
Still, im going to agree with the majoirty of CONSUMERS, leaks are the ULTIMATE PR/ADVERTISEMENTS that ANY company can have... EVER!
I have no doubt that the leaked information had both positive and negative effects, but not enough to complain about the negative part:
First thought: Sweet GS3!
Second thought: Sweet I know when, or about when I can get my GS3!
Third thought: Sweet! I know a good place I can get my GS3 and around what date I can start keeping my eye out!
EDIT: well theres negative now. Current thought: that company is going after the person responsible for my first 3 excited thoughts, make that 2, and I will make sure to buy from another company!
10. bayusuputra posted on 04 Jul 2012, 20:27 0 0
Unless best buy is already been bought under the table by "you-know-who".. and they don't want any PR/advertisement whatsoever for the SGS3 but keeping the limelight for the upcoming rumoured-to-be 4" metal back phone that usually comes with 16/32/64GB memory..
5. Kan_wha posted on 04 Jul 2012, 06:25 1 0
Well it is Canadian management, not exactly the brightest around. Also refer to the following companies for references. Nortel, ATI and now RIM... See a pattern here?
8. PAPINYC (limited) posted on 04 Jul 2012, 11:47 0 0
Yes, it's called loose bowel syndrome or LBS; in some countries it's also considered diahrea.
7. imkyle posted on 04 Jul 2012, 10:26 0 0
Best Buy your sales are down. Any leaked info for your store can only help sales.
9. nicholassss posted on 04 Jul 2012, 13:33 0 0
If it werent for leaks ho could us nerds make informed decisions on when, where and what we're gonna buy. not a big enough deal to make this big of a deal about it.
11. Aeires (unregistered) posted on 04 Jul 2012, 20:52 1 0
"Your honor, we'd like to call a recess while we try and figure out who it is we are suing."