If your name's not down on Apple's list, you're not coming in
Right. In that case, it's best to check your product is in stock before you try selling it. I'm talking to you, Google.
Yes, even the biggest companies in the world make juvenile schoolboy errors. On Friday, Google officially launched their voice-recognition search application for the iPhone, allowing users to Google search on their phone's browser by talking into the handset. Except the app was subject to the same paperwork and clearance checks all iPhone applications are, and Apple was yet to rubber-stamp for inclusion in the App Store. Hence a big launch... and no app to be found. Doh!