Archive | September 7th, 2010

Gizmodo editor Brian Lam forgets cellphone at lunch; lady is nice enough to turn it in

7. September 2010

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This isn’t quite a tale of Karmic justice, but there is a sense of irony here. A few weeks back, Gizmodo editor Brian Lam posted a Tweet (since made private) stating that he left his cellphone at lunch only to find, much to his pleasant surprise, that a lady who happened upon it decided to […]

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Australian carriers unable to meet surging demand for iPhone 4

7. September 2010

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While iPhone demand has more or less fallen in line with supply in the US, customers overseas are increasingly¬†having a hard time getting their hands on Apple’s iPhone 4. Earlier we reported that the waiting time for an iPhone 4 in Germany is a few weeks, and now comes word that the situation is just […]

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iOS 4.1 results in faster performance for iPhone 3G users

7. September 2010

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In the wake of the iOS 4.0 software update, a number of iPhone 3G owners reported that they were experiencing significant system sluggishness. Apple forums were filled with users complaining of poor system responsiveness, decreased battery efficiency, and some even called the update unusable. In response, Apple eventually announced that they were looking into the […]

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iPhone to open up on two more carriers in Germany in coming months

7. September 2010

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In most countries where the iPhone has proven extremely popular, Apple’s revolutionary device is available from a number of cell carriers. The glaring exception to this rule, of course, is here in the United States where the iPhone remains, much to the frustration of many, an AT&T exclusive. One European country where the iPhone is […]

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Apple spent around $1 million in Google keyword advertising in June

7. September 2010

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AdAge got an interesting gift this labor day weekend in the form of leaked internal documents from Google which outline how much money companies spent on search advertising during the month of June. As evidenced by the chart above, AT&T Mobility spent upwards of $8 million on keyword search advertising in June, no doubt a […]

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