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After downloading Apple's OS X Lion at the Mac App store, some customers were charged just a teeny bit extra for their purchase. One guy was billed an additional $3,878.40, which Gizmodo calculates as what it costs to download the software 122 times. To make up for the ghastly mistake, they're offering to cover any overdraft fees customers may have acquired as a result of dipping their bank account thousands of dollars into the red. No biggie. [Nexus404 via Gizmodo]