FORTUNE -- By 8:45 A.M. Friday more than 1,400 customers had queued up at Apple's (AAPL) Fifth Ave. store for the launch of the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. It took nearly 7 minutes to walk the line.
Everybody we asked was hoping to buy an iPhone 5S. Or two.
The YouTube video:
A Utah woman used Google Maps' walking directions on her Blackberry and was given directions to walk onto a highway. She got hit and is now suing Google for damages.
You know those warning labels on those chemical packets that come in new shoes that say 'do not eat'? Have you ever wondered why they have to print something so stupidly obvious?
Enter Lauren Rosenberg of Park City, Utah. She used Google MORESeth Weintraub - May 29, 2010 5:29 PM ET
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