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Its Wiki, AKA probably worse than the Inquirer when it comes to breaking news.
 

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Well anything on Wikipedia is posted by people like you or I, there are no credentials required or any screening process to go through before hand so you have to take everything with a grain of salt though generally speaking, I've found Wikipedia to be one of the most reliable sources because there are so many people contributing that they usually catch each others' mistakes.
 

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Wikipedia almost always cites its sources and dailytech is a good source. Therefore, Take it with with more than a pinch of salt. o_O
 

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"OMG OMG WIKI IS BAD!! SO UNRELIABLE!! I MEAN COME ON ANYONE CAN EDIT IT"

oh really? ok then YOU make an account and try to edit wiki. you will get BANNED!

i wiki'd Dell and changed ONE WORD, ONE WORD AND guess what? i was banned from accessing Wiki (it was ok since i was on one of my many proxies
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and what word did i change? i changed pre-built to pre-overclocked. wow....
 
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