Originally Posted by mhotovec
The first paragraph in the article says
The article was written on March 20th, so 'as early as next month' is April - or it could be here 'as late as April'.
Nice. Another article where you have wonder who does the proof-reading.
Not to sound rude or bust anybody's bubble, but I think the article was written on January 24, 2012. Today is March 20th and I think that site post today's date at the top. So that is probably the reason for why it is quoted as early as next month or late April.