PalmAddicts: Return rates: Palm Pre 11%. Apple iPhone 3GS 7%.

[From Eric Mann] Just caught this over at CNN, thanks Eric and its good to see you back with us. "How often does the Palm (PALM) Pre break down and have to be returned and exchanged for a new one?...

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12 Amazing iPhone inspired websites « CreativityDen

iPhone Inspired. With the iPhone being one of the most popular mobile devices to develop on it was only a matter of time when companies and individuals started incorporating the iPhone in their web design. Here is a small list of the ...

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Battery Life Main Gripe For Apple iPhone 3G S, Palm Pre Users

The Apple iPhone 3G S and the Palm Pre, a pair of new touch-screen titans, are winning big points with buyers -- each smartphone has earned a strong ...

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ILike CEO: Twitter and iPhone are the platforms of the future ...

The most surprising thing about MySpace's acquisition of iLike today isn't that the social music site wasn't getting hitched with Facebook, the platform ...

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Spotlight finds deleted e-mails on iPhone, but don't panic

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Simplify Photo for iPhone: Remote photo-viewing

by Jessica Dolcourt When you want to listen to music from your computer or your friends' collections on your iPhone, Simplify Music is one solution. ...

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Exploding iPhone: Apple investigating | Electricpig

Apple is investigating claims that iPhone and iPod touch models exploded and even injured users, according to the European Commission. Does it mean your iPhone. - The UK's... -

Wikipedia Gets Official iPhone App - AppScout

Wikipedia has long been one of the primary reasons for owning mobile browser, especially for those who need to settle a lot of bets on the go. Wikimedia, the organization behind said reference site has finally launched Wikipedia's first ...

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Apple iPhone wins most popular camera crown thanks to Flickr ...

Apple iPhone wins most popular camera crown thanks to Flickr on Phones Review.

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Facebook's Twitter-Killing iPhone App Revealed! (Screenshots) (AAPL)

If it is as slick as it looks in a newly published set of screenshots, it could spell doom for Twitter.

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