iPhone HD finder outed, iAd campaigns as much at $1M, Siri purchase will boost voice capability

Wired has unveiled the identity of the person who found that iPhone HD prototype device in the California bar. The man’s name is Brian Hogan and according to Hogan’s attorney, “He regrets his mistake in not doing more to return the phone.” Reports are coming in that campaigns on the new Apple iAd platform for […]

McAfee Offers To Reimburse Folks Affected By The Recent Botched Update

The folks by at McAfee are probably scrambling to do their best to limit the damage to their image caused by the recent fiasco of a botched update. The mistake took down tens of thousands (possibly millions) of computers around the globe. Now the safety measure company is offering to reimburse fair expenses associated with […]

Fusion carport Only Sold 64 JooJoo Tablets And Makes A Mistake With Its Mass Email

Do you remember the tidbit that Fusion carport, the folks behind the JooJoo Tablet, only managed to get 90 pre-orders? Well, according to an mail boo boo that they just made, it seems they only managed to turn 64 of those pre-orders into sales. Fusion carport sent out an e mail to all 64 of […]

BPhone offers a little something different

Want to stand out from the crowd with your choice of a handset? Might we propose the BPhone – that model from runs on a flavor of the Linux operating system. It comes with a relatively large 5″ touchscreen display at 800 x 480 resolution which will most probably construct some mistake it for an […]

Is Apple About To Release New Hardware With Increased Prices?

Could that be an accidental leak by the Australian Apple online store? An eagle-eyed reader noticed that there were new Apple ads on the Australian tech site PC Authority showing higher prices for the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Pro. The Australian Apple online store lists said items at A$1999, A$1599 and A$3599 respectively, […]

Dell Mistakenly Charges $100k For Linux Netbook

This is obviously a mistake on Dell’s part, but you can’t help but imagine the folks by at Microsoft laughing and saying “we told you the Linux Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is higher than Windows”. As can be seen in the screenshot above, dell is asking by $100,000 for the Linux version of its […]

Panasonic Let’s Note R9 high end notebook

Panasonic’s Let’s Note R9 notebook is a high end 10″ model that sports a 1,024 x 768 resolution for its 10.4″ display, powered by an Intel Core i7 processor that might just surprise citizens who would most probably mistake that for an Atom-powered netbook instead. Heck, even that processor can be overclocked to 2.13GHz using […]

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