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BMW will show an all-new model, the 2015 X4, at the New York auto show next week. As you might imagine, it's like the X6 but smaller.
In perhaps the ultimate in mockery, an Australian woman buys two iPhones after posting an ad on a Web site. When she opens the boxes, they contain just one apple each.
In the latest, and perhaps most daring, scam perpetrated in a public place, a man hands over 250 British pounds (around $390) for what he thinks is an iPad and gets the raw material for french fries.
The wireless carrier said 4G LTE will show up in smaller cities like Branson, Mo.; Oxford, Miss.; and Paris, Texas.
A woman in Texas complains that Wal-Mart sold her an iPad that was merely a box stuffed with yellow notepads. At first Wal-Mart refuses a refund, but after a news station steps in, the company concedes there was a scam.
The company is also expanding 4G LTE coverage in 38 existing markets, for a total of 371 markets.
The carrier is racing through its deployment and is on track to reach its goal of 400 markets by the end of the year.
This week, we have an impressive little $299 pocket camcorder that records high-quality video and audio.
Air Products and Fuel Cell Energy have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to market a fuel cell power plant to commercial enterprises, which will pave the way for the tri-generation system to be used to create a network of hydrogen fueling stations for consumers.
In the same town where a woman bought a $180 iPad made of wood earlier this week, two women pay $250 for a laptop that turns out to be made of paper (but at least has a power cord). What is happening in Spartanburg, S.C.?