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    Dish Network to provide free TV streaming on mobile devices for subscribers

    One feature lacking on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (aside from SlingBox) is streaming live TV. However, that is about to change for Dish Network customers. Soon, Dish Network subscribers will soon be able to watch live TV on their mobile devices, at no extra cost. A service... for...
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    Verizon smartphones consume 25% more data than iPhones, according to study

    Both AT&T and Verizon have recently been expressing woes that their smartphone users consume too much data. As such, AT&T has already imposed tiered-data plans to its 3G customers. And many ultimately believe that by the time LTE rolls out (mid-November is our best guess), Verizon will do...
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    Best Buy giving out free ZAGG invisibleSHIELDs to iPhone 4 customers

    So, has anyone gotten their free ZAGG shield yet?
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    ZTE Peel: 3G-Equipped iPod Touch case, headed to Sprint

    Now this is cool. An iPod Touch case with an integrated 3G router, and it's going by the name ZTE Peel. The Peel just cleared the FCC, and you can clearly see from the branding that it is headed to Sprint. Now, we don't yet have a release date. And sadly, the Peel is not WiMax-capable (not...
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    Best Buy giving out free ZAGG invisibleSHIELDs to iPhone 4 customers

    If you purchased your iPhone 4 at a Best Buy retailer, it looks like you will be eligible for a free ZAGG invisibleSHIELD valued at $9.99, according to Engadget. The invisibleSHIELD is a third-party accessory similar in function to Apple's 'Bumpers', theoretically solving that nasty antenna...
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    Library of Congress updates DCMA, jailbreaking/rooting is officially 'legal'

    Rooting and Jailbreaking have, for the longest time, found itself in a legal grey area. Proponents maintain the position that since they own their devices, they can alter them as they please. And opponents (usually large corporations) believe their technology would be at risk if users could...
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    CP Design's iPhone GamePad prototype "gPod" shown off

    Not a fan of touchscreen controls for your emulated games? Enter the gPod, an iPhone case with an integrated gamepad. I must admit, the gPod is one of the coolest smartphone accessories that I have ever come across. It certainly blows away the Motorola Droid Game Gripper. How does the gPod work...
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    AT&T fixes slow 3G upload speeds, explains it wasn't intentional

    Over the past month or so, many user have been complaining of slowed upstream speeds on their AT&T smartphones. Some went as far as to say that AT&T deliberately began to throttle upload speeds to (underhandedly) accommodate for its overburdened 3G network. And this problem seemed widespread, as...
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    Telus and Bell to launch iPhone 4 on July 30th

    Canada, the wait is almost over! Anticipation has been building since the iPhone's stateside launch on June 24th. And now, one month later it's officially launching in Canada. Canadian carriers Telus and Bell will be launching the iPhone 4 on July 30th. We all know it's been a long time coming...
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    Consumer Reports denies iPhone 4 recommendation, due to antenna issue

    Consumer Reports: free iPhone Bumper isn’t good enough - SlashGear Consumer Reports Response to Free Bumpers:
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    Apple secretly readies internal hardware fix for antenna issue? is reporting that Apple has been secretly working on a hardware fix for the antenna issue, that has run rampant throughout the internet over the past few weeks. According to Rodman Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar, Apple engineers have created a design fix that provides increased...
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    Apple must recall iPhone 4, say PR experts

    I never said they would issue a recall. Just reporting on the articles I have found across the web! :) i'm thinking Apple will give everyone free Bumpers, or perhaps a $xx reimbursement as a good-faith measure.
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    NY Senator Schumer to Steve Jobs: Fix the antenna issue, or else

    I'm sure everyone is fed up with the iPhone 4 antenna issue. And if I had a dime for everyone who has complained about the Death Grip issue so far, I would probably be richer than Steve Jobs by now. But today, the complaints have reached an all-time high. Earlier today, Steve "The Woz"...
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    June Survey: Apple and HTC are winners, Motorola and RIM not so much

    A recent survey, completed on June 24th, 2010, sheds light on the latest trends in the smartphone world, some of which are downright shocking. Conducted by ChangeWave Research, an "independent research boutique," over 4,000 consumers were surveyed throughout June, in regards to their...
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    As long as reviewing is a race, death grips will always go unnoticed

    As long as reviewing is a race, death grips will always go unnoticed great op-ed piece by TechCrunch, about the race to get "firsts" out on the internet.
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    As long as reviewing is a race, death grips will always go unnoticed

    As long as reviewing is a race, death grips will always go unnoticed
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    iOS 4.1 update doesn't fix antenna issue, nobody's surprised

    Apple promised that a future software update should fix the death grip antenna issue. And since an update was just pushed to developers (iOS 4.1), what would logically be the first thing to be tested? Indeed, the "death grip" antenna issue. And MobileCrunch took it upon themselves to do just...
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    Apple must recall iPhone 4, say PR experts

    consumer reports?
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    Apple must recall iPhone 4, say PR experts

    CE-oh no he didn't!: Microsoft's Kevin Turner says iPhone 4 might be Apple's Vista -- Engadget Microsoft CEO calls the Iphone 4... Apple's Vista...
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    Apple must recall iPhone 4, say PR experts

    Over the past few weeks, rumors about iPhone 4 recalls have been swirling across the web, due to the antenna's hardware flaws. These rumors began heating up again when Consumer Reports just yesterday denied the iPhone 4 its recommendation rating, because of said hardware issues. And today, Cult...