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Paris Hilton's hacked Sidekick means higher sales for T-Mobile

Peter Rojas
03.01.05
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You'd think that Paris Hilton's Sidekick (or, well, at least the online data from her Sidekick) getting hacked would equal disaster for both T-Mobile and Danger (the company that builds the handset), but you'd be wrong. Or at least you'd be wrong according to the New York Post, which is reporting that sales of the Sidekick in New York City have been zooming in the week since all this happened. Dude, where do you even start with this one?

[Via TechDirt]

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