Verizon is in the center of attraction of tech blogs again after promoting the “wrong gadget” last Cyber Monday.
Did you know that Verizon Wireless bought the #cybermonday hash tag in Twitter last Monday?
The US wireless network company promoted its Cyber Monday deals using the sponsored hash tag that was nailed at the top spot of the trending list of Twitter during the much-anticipated online version of Black Friday.
And speaking of Verizon’ Cyber Monday deals, Engadget readers are currently “laughing out loud” after Verizon promoted Motorola Droid X using the screen-cap of Google Maps app of iPhone 4. Engadget wrote: “Verizon sucks at Photoshop: confuses the Droid X for an iPhone.”
After appearing on the top of the news, Verizon retouched the image and the Motorola Droid X featured its own screen.
Photoshop gaffe or they’re just excited to sell iPhone 4?
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