QuoteThis statement (if made by the two people who supposedly worked for the contractor) may be technically correct but it is misleading, Is this one of those "true but false" thing?In a court of law, are you required to tell the truth or are you required to not mislead?Misleading or not is a perception (by others). As long as they provided the facts, they are done. How the facts are to be perceived by others is out of their control and it wouldn't be fair to hold them accountable for things they have no control over.
This statement (if made by the two people who supposedly worked for the contractor) may be technically correct but it is misleading,
They named a product so that the word "AR DUINO" stands out.
The kickstarter page has a big title that reads "smARtDUINO Open System by former ARDUINO's manufacturer".
They put ARDUINO(tm) right on their boards.
Yet they ridicule Arduino right on their homepage.
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