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Hootsuite flub reveals users' e-mail addresses to other users

Thousands of e-mails sent to users of the social media manager included the names and e-mail addresses of other users.

By November 11, 2012

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Nasdaq: We 'owe the industry an apology' for Facebook flubs

The exchange's chief executive says Nasdaq is sorry for the mess it made of Facebook's IPO-day trading and has made efforts to figure out how much was lost.

By June 6, 2012

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Samsung flubs its Apple Super Bowl dis

Samsung's big Super Bowl ad for the Note may have brought on a few chuckles, but it failed in one big way, says CNET's Josh Lowensohn.

By February 6, 2012

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Two days after Google flub, Unruly raises $25 million

The start-up, which runs viral-video marketing campaigns, hopes to grow faster internationally. Awkwardly, the announcement follows a public flap over Unruly's pay-for-post promo of Google's Chrome.

By January 4, 2012

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What's your funniest Google Voice transcription flub?

Share with us the most garbled messages "transcribed" from free visual voice mail like Google Voice or YouMail.

By October 29, 2009

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Google's flub: Do we have a Web monoculture too?

Search giant had a rough weekend, with human error causing it to list the entire Web as malware for an hour or so. The screw-up raises issues about the risk of having a monoculture dependent on any one tech supplier.

By February 2, 2009

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Presidential Facebook flub: Giuliani's daughter declares Obama loyalty?

Candidate's kid's Facebook profile reveals that she was a member of a Barack Obama fan group and that her political affiliation is "liberal." Oops.

By August 6, 2007

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Virgin Mobile flubs up ads in NYC

Ads geared toward Upper West Side wind up in Upper East Side, and it ain't pretty.

By June 4, 2007

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Philips flubs pricing on new 63-inch 1080p plasma TV

In its CES press release, Philips mistakeny said its new 63-inch 1080p plasma would cost $3,500, but it will really cost $5,500.

By January 16, 2007