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Bionic Woman outrage rocks blogosphere

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We are (we think) much obliged today to eagle-eyed reader Seth Fogie who has spotted what is indisputably this week's big news event: some bloke in The Bionic Woman talking into the wrong end of Apple's paradigm-redefining iCon iPhone:

Still from Bionic Woman showing agent misusing iPhone

To be honest, we're not sure if that's the right end or not, having not yet had the pleasure of handling a Jesus phone, but rest assured that if the makers of The Bionic Woman have indeed failed to tell their mobile arse from their elbow, then heads will roll.

In other news, the iPhone's UK sales are reportedly unaffected by Venezuelan prez Hugo Chavez's assertion yesterday that the device is "a load of old cobblers". Spain's King Juan Carlos told Chavez to "shut up" following the outburst at the Ibero-American Summit in Chile, leading analysts to suggest that the Iberian monarch is indeed a committed fanboy. ®

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