Top tech flops

Exploding toilets and a startup that actually called itself VaporTech. When 400 surfers are dumb enough to click on an ad offering to infect their PCs, what's left for us to do?

Electronic voting machines
Electronic voting machines
Election officials in Florida promptly order 5,000 units
Diebold tightens security after it is revealed that a simple virus can hack its electronic voting machines. Months later a hacker uses a picture of a key from the company website to make a real key that can open the company's machines.
Last updated December 20 2007: 10:06 AM ET

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Electronic voting machines

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Verizon Wireless

Google

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One Laptop Per Child

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