Here are six of the biggest flops in technology during 2012.
2012 was supposed to be the comeback year for the Blackberry. But the mobile phone company didn't even release their Blackberry 10 yet - it's been pushed back until January.
Sean Parker got behind a new service called AirTime that was supposed to be like Chat Roulette where we communicated over video and text chat. Even with big celebs backing the site like Jim Carey and Alicia Keys it never took off.
PlayStation released their handheld Vita, and although there are plenty of pros going for the device, the lack of good games has left it in the flop category collecting dust on gamers' shelves.
Nokia and Windows teamed up to release the Lumia phone - which you may have never heard of, because almost no one bought it.
3D HDTV's are out there, but very few people have them. There aren't enough 3D options to seriously compel anyone aside from those with money to burn to buy it.
Apple kicked Google's maps app off the iPhone for their latest software update, replacing it with their own. But Apple Maps was such a disaster that the company's CEO even apologized for it.