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December 20, 2007  10:32 PM

Overheard: This is a display that would make Clark Griswold proud



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Technology

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Our 2007 Christmas display consists of roughly 65,000 lights which are computer controlled and synchronized to music. The lights are synchronized to several songs which...

December 20, 2007  10:26 PM

Who’s sorry now? TJX



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Technology

carol-meyrowitz-tjx.gif In January, TJX, parent company for Marshalls and TJ Maxx announced that someone had...


December 20, 2007  10:21 PM

Who’s sorry now? Prime Minister Gordon Brown



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Technology

gordon_brown.gif Storage disks containing names, addresses, birthdates and national insurance numbers for 25 million British...


December 20, 2007  10:13 PM

Who’s sorry now? Mark Zuckerberg



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Technology

markzuckerberg.jpg It seemed like Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized over and over again for


December 20, 2007  10:09 PM

Who’s sorry now? Sun Microsystems



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Sun, Technology

sun.jpg When Sun launched a 25th anniversary sale on its online direct-sales site, it left resellers out of...


December 20, 2007  9:59 PM

Who’s sorry now? Verizon



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Technology

verizon_logo.jpg In September, Verizon refused to approve a pro-choice group for a text message...


December 20, 2007  9:53 PM

Who’s sorry now? Sony



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Technology

sony_games.jpg Sony spent a fair amount of apologizing for their games this year. First there was...


December 20, 2007  9:49 PM

Who’s sorry now? David Maynor



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Technology

david_maynor.gif David Maynor, the hacker who unveiled a security hole in the Mac OS X 10.4.6 operating system last summer...


December 20, 2007  9:43 PM

Who’s sorry now? Steve Jobs



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Apple, Technology

steve_jobs.jpg Steve Jobs


December 20, 2007  9:36 PM

Who’s sorry now? Microsoft



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
apology, Technology

barrygoffe.jpg No, they haven't apologized for Vista -- yet. But Barry Goffe, Director Windows Vista Ultimate,


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