The Daily Inspector 10-17-15
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Saturday, October 17th, 2015
VIEWPORT ’15 RELEASES TODAY
Zayden Tech Makes Much Anticipated New Operating System Available
by Larry Tessert
It’s 3am on a cold October night, and Raymond Tulse is camped out on the sidewalk in front of his favorite electronics store. He is not alone. The line of people extends around the block. All these people are eagerly waiting to be among the first to purchase the new computer operating system from Zayden Technologies, Viewport ’15. And such is the case in many other cities all over the world. “I guess you can say I’m an early adapter.” Says Tulse, an 18 year old student in his senior year in high schcool. “If there’s a new feature I’ve just got to have it!”
Indeed, Viewport ’15 has been highly anticipated by personal computer users and businesses alike. The Fort Spector based company, which has made CEO and founder Tim Zayden, one of the richest men in the world, has been hyping the product for the past year and a half, but not everyone is so excited. Critics who have tried beta versions of the system have complained about, among other things, its high system requirements, its more restrictive licensing terms, the inclusion of a number of new technologies aimed at restricting the copying of protected digital media, lack of compatibility with some legacy hardware and software and longer boot time.
Spokesmen for Zayden Tech have dismissed the criticism in a press conference in the company’s main campus in Shaleridge. “Versions of the system which have been offered for trial were still under development, as is everything these days in this time of rapidly growing technology. If anything remains that gives the user less than a flawless computing experience, it will most certainly be fixed in future updates.”
ANOTHER POLICE OFFICER FOUND DEAD!
Investigators Believe He Died In the Line of Duty
by Owen Davidson
Officer Dwane Stevens was dead just outside Elderberry International Airport yesterday. His body was found among the bodies of three other men. All of which had died due to bullet wounds to the head. He was on patrol at the time and the other men all had past records of drug related offenses. This leads authorities to believe he was investigating drug activity in the neighborhood and got caught in the crossfire of some kind of gang war. One odd element of the report is that while it was clearly gunshot wounds that killed the victims, no bullets were found at the scene of the crime.