Nexus One: Cheaper Than an iPhone Inside

One can only hope Google and T-Mobile will get to the bottom of the problems (Google, for its part, has said it's "committed to sorting out the few kinks" ...

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Pocket Heat app uses iPhone CPU to warm hands

by David Martin If there were a "What the heck!" category in the iTunes App Store, Pocket Heat (available for $1.99) would live there. ...

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CES: Television for iPhone, BlackBerry, laptops

USA Today
At CES a variety of c

Flash Ready for iPhone, But Apple's Not Ready for Flash

Apple has used about every excuse in the book to keep Flash off the iPhone, but Adobe is not going to wait much longer for an invitation. ...

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There's an Android in My iPhone - Gadgetwise Blog - NYTimes.com

A knock-off from China of an iPhone runs Android while pretending to be an HTC phone. You won't see it at CES.

Hot gadgets at show: Wireless charging, iPhone TV - Yahoo! News

At the International Consumer Electronics Show last week, 3-D television, electronic readers and little laptops captured much of the attention.

Appmodo iPhone Application Gets Updated

In the summer of 2009, we released a free application for the iPhone and iPod Touch which brought all of the latest mobile application news to your finger ...

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Palm CEO/iPod Creator: “I've Never Used an iPhone

Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein has never used an iPhone, and his company doesn't pay that much attention to Apple. Long term Apple Observers may remember that Mr. ...

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How many apps do you really need for your iPhone?

CNET
by Matt Asay Apple dominates the smartphone market today, allegedly because of its 100000-plus applications.

Palm CEO Stunner: 'I've Never Used' an iPhone

People are wondering today whether Palm (PALM) CEO Jon Rubinstein is a “liar or a fool,” to snatch a phrase from The Business Insider. ...

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