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Tech's top of the flops

A light-hearted look at some of the biggest consumer tech failures in tech during 2013.
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  • Business Insider: The Biggest Flops In Tech This Year... Jay Yarow, writing in Business Insider, looks back on some of the biggest flops in consumer technology for 2013.

    He reckons that while some companies (Google and Apple) are getting better, there are some that clearly have some work still to do - if they want to avoid being "Top of the Flops", that is.

    For instance, it seems Marissa Mayer, Yahoo! CEO was personally involved in the design of the company's new logo. Some reckon it ight have been better had she left it to the experts.

    Read more here and here.
    
 

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