I wrote about the bizarre entrance of Chinese company Letv (pronounced "L-E-T-V") into the US market after comparing Apple to Hitler.
The since-deleted teaser poster for tonight’s event showed us two worlds: one that embodied "arrogance [and] tyranny" (Apple, supposedly) and another that represented crowdsourcing and "freedom." But we never saw any crowdsourcing tonight, and Le Superphone doesn’t strike any obvious blows for freedom beyond its wackadoodle color settings. Arrogance, though — there was plenty of that on display. And it wasn’t Apple's