Much like the rest of us, Bill Gates has had to admit the iPhone is pretty cool.
In an interview with news site BNet, Gates seemed underwhelmed by the iPad, but conceded that his rivals' smartphone was a fine piece of kit.
"It's not like I sit there (with the iPad) and feel the same way I did with iPhone where I say, 'Oh my God, Microsoft didn't aim high enough'," he postulated.
Don't blame yourself, Bill. Until I saw the ads, I had no idea I wanted a phone that doubled up as a travel agent, a financial advisor and a spirit level. Now, I've got such a virulent case of app fever, I'm launching a Dodgi-branded app.
For just 99p, you make pixellated versions of me and Gordon dance to Are 'Friends' Electric? I think this is just the push we need to get listless generation y-ers interested in Dodgi's brand of IT solutions provision.
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