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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    … become a way of life, but they’re just toys and tools, right? From the perspective of the online entrepreneur (or “dot com mogul,” if you prefer), there are many lessons to be learned from the business side of things and how Apple chose to go about designing, announcing and releasing the newest iPhone. Whether you’re an Internet marketer…

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