Apple will need to execute flawlessly. In units built and shipped, the iPhone launch will dwarf anything Apple has attempted. It plans to have 3 million iPhones ready for sale on June 29, two sources say. (Apple won’t comment.) And with its touch-screen keyboard, powerful battery-sapping processors, and a panoply of new applications, the iPhone is far more complex than the iPod. Glitches could lead to costly recalls and returns if buyers find the phone buggy or confusing. [[(dead link) via (http://www.businessweek.com/technology/content/jun2007/tc20070606_154290.htm?chan=top+news_top+news+index_top+story)]]
“The chocolate industry is so secretive about their recipes that they don’t tell you what’s in the mix,” said one of the report’s researchers, who has assumed the alias Maria Lopez. “The consumer can pressure chocolate companies to put that information on the label so they know they are buying conflict-free chocolate.”
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Jane kese din khila
Jane kese kab kahan
Chal para yeh silsila
Meri ankhoun ko yeh kesa manzar mila
Tere har nakash mein bas khuda hi khuda
Tera chahra sanam ik rubai si hey
Mere dil jism-o-jann pe tu chae si hey
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I have lived in the USA for over 20 years, but I grew up in India.
A BBC report this week claimed that Wi-Fi signals may pose a health risk, prompting a member of parliament to call for a study by the U.K. Department of Health. The BBC later softened the claim with an updated story.