Romney iPhone app misspells 'America' to Web's delight But the Web was taking no shortage of presidential potshots Wednesday over Republican candidate Mitt Romney's new mobile app, which embarrassingly misspelled "America." Yes, Internet. Welcome to AMERCIA ... campaign's newly released iPhone app. 05/30/2012 - 3:50 pm | View Link
Romney's iPhone app misspells 'America' WASHINGTON, May 30 (UPI) -- A typo misspelling "America" in presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's iPhone app has gone viral online. Romney's iPhone app, "I'm with Mitt," allows users to post photos of themselves with 14 pre-made banners ... 05/30/2012 - 1:04 pm | View Link
Mitt Romney’s official iPhone app misspells America Unfortunately, while Romney has a bustling presence on both Facebook and Twitter, his campaign's recently launched official iPhone app — called "With Mitt" — has one major problem: It misspells "America." View gallery Where is "Amercia?" After downlo ... 05/30/2012 - 11:53 am | View Link
Romney iPhone App Misspells "America" (CNN) -- It's probably not the kind of thing voters will use to choose the leader of the free world. But the Web was taking no shortage of presidential potshots Wednesday over Republican candidate Mitt Romney's new mobile app, which embarrassingly ... 05/30/2012 - 9:51 am | View Link
Mitt Romney iPhone app misspells 'America' Washington (CNN) --Someone forgot to use spell-check before releasing a new Mitt Romney iPhone app. It allows Romney supporters to photograph themselves with one of his slogans. The problem is that one of the slogans had America misspelled. The Romney camp ... 05/30/2012 - 8:50 am | View Link
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An controversial electric bike which raised $3.2 million in 11 days by billing itself as the world's most affordable eBike, is still going so strong on crowdfunding site Indiegogo that the company will extend its fund-raising for another 30 days, it announced on Tuesday. Sondors Electric bike has raised $3.8 million so far.
Peter Thiel thinks that Google's search monopoly may be nearing its end. Speaking at the Launch Festival in San Francisco, he mainly spoke about monopolies in the tech world, saying that "on some level these monopolies are a reward for innovationsoftware is very monopoly prone." He went on to talk about Google, adding: "If the EU goes after Google, this could be a sign that the search monopoly might be about to end." Right now, Google is involved in a testy battle with the European Union stemming from complaints that the company "has abused a dominant position in online search." According to Thiel, the focus for tech companies must be on doing something different, first, then holding on.
On Sunday, "60 Minutes" aired a damning report showing potential health and safety violations from flooring retailer Lumber Liquidators. Following that report, the company responded and said the "60 Minutes" report used a testing method that was not valid to draw the conclusion that certain of the company's products contain unsafe levels of formaldehyde, a known carcinogen.
The Federal Reserve has kept its benchmark interest rate near zero for years in its effort to stimulate job growth and stoke inflation in the post-financial crisis world. But with job growth looking healthy and some signs that inflation could soon heat up, Fed Chair Janet Yellen and her colleagues have been preparing the markets and its participants for tighter monetary policy via an initial rate hike.
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