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Analysts Puzzle Over Apple Watch Preorder Figures


A million Apple Watch preorders in one day sounds good, but few industry observers are willing to go out on a limb and predict it will be a smash success -- especially with looming supply constraints. Fulfillment times for online preorders reportedly range from four to six weeks after it officially goes on sale. That could be a tactic to keep demand high -- or a hedge against demand falling off.
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Commerce Department Embarks on Data Revolution


"I am greatly encouraged by [the Commerce Department's] recognition of data as a strategic goal, and their establishment of this advisory committee to help ensure that they get experienced advice from commercial users and other experts in data dissemination and usability," said Karin Remington, CTO at Arjuna Solutions and a member of the newly formed Commerce Data Advisory Council.
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Re: The Great Internet TV Race, Part 2 2  chispasco   2007-05-19 15:25:38 
Re: HD Radio: A Closer Listen 2  ceayuso   2007-05-17 17:09:39 
Re: New York AG Sues Dell for Cheating Customers 2  TCC   2007-05-16 13:27:34 
Re: Internet's Fashion District Takes Off 2  hotsauce   2007-05-15 12:32:16 
Re: Digital Rights Firms Threaten Legal Tantrum Over Being Ignored 2  tjamnz   2007-05-13 11:37:34 
Re: The Risky Business of Online Stock Trading 2  TomMarkelson   2007-05-12 15:15:19 
Re: Don't Buy the Keyword - Buy the Domain 5  oferronen   2007-05-09 15:13:27 
Re: How to Get Strict - and Savvy - With Data Surveillance 2  JimmyJackFunk   2007-05-09 10:43:01 
Re: SC Patent Ruling Gives 'Obvious' New Meaning 2  tensor   2007-05-01 19:36:48 
Re: Online Shopping: For Some, the Ultimate Liberating Experience 2  Spankster   2007-04-26 07:26:49 
Re: Google's Checkout Lane Reaches UK 2  ukjamesscott   2007-04-22 02:50:19 
Re: RIM Explains, BlackBerry Users Struggle to Accept 2  fentablar   2007-04-20 13:45:52 
Re: Mobile Industry Prepares for Cell Phone Porn 2  raymundo   2007-04-19 13:55:33 
Re: Microsoft to Shell Out $180M to Iowa Consumers 2  pjscott51   2007-04-19 09:21:09 
Re: Web 2.0, Part 1: The Definition Dilemma 2  spencer37   2007-04-09 18:28:27 
Re: Google Leaps Into Boob Tube Ad Biz 2  mkokernak   2007-04-07 08:05:33 
Re: Circuit City to Lay Off Thousands of 'Overpaid' Workers 2  avapcat   2007-04-02 21:06:38 
Re: Do Shopping Engines Turn Up Better Computer Hardware Deals? 2  biking4jesus   2007-04-02 15:37:25 
Re: Developing Best Practices to Combat ID Theft, Part 2 2  ideasware   2007-03-10 18:16:44 
Re: Dodging the Perils of Online Shopping 2  groze   2007-03-08 07:34:54 

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