Vaporware is a term in the computer industry that describes a product, typically computer hardware or software, that is announced to the general public but is never actually released nor officially cancelled. Vaporware is also a term sometimes used to describe events that are announced or predicted, never officially cancelled, but never intended to happen. The term also generally applies to a product that is announced months or years before its release, and for which public development details are lacking. The word has been applied to a growing range of products including consumer, automobiles, and some stock trading practices.
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  • 7 Things Internet Marketers Can Learn from the iPhone 6

    … kinds of events is available almost immediately through the Apple Store. In the case of the iPhone 6, the actual release is a couple weeks later, but that’s still far better than some of the vaporware we’ve seen elsewhere. If you have a product to market on the web, having a “buy it now” button available as soon as possible is great for generating…

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