Ausdroid: Samsung continues its crusade against Apple, says it knows where Mildura is
Samsung is at it again, presumably taking advantage of a recent statement from the Victorian Police which advised iOS users against using Apple Maps after the Mildura Police had to rescue some people who had followed directions from the Apple Maps software to the Victorian town of Mildura, that landed them smack bang in the middle of the Murray Sunset National Park which is in reality, 70 Kilometres away from the town.
The latest Samsung stunt has seen them today park a Nissan Patrol 4WD in Australia Square in Sydney and a VW Combi Van in Southern Cross Station in Melbourne with a sign next to them which reads:
Oops, should have got a Samsung Galaxy S III. Get Navigation you can trust
The sign has an advert for Navigon GPS navigation software that comes as standard on the Samsung Galaxy S III phones.
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