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Good Technology boosts iPhone security controls | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    When an employee at AIM Media lost his iPhone containing company e-mails and other sensitive data last year, there was nothing to be done except hope that whoever found it didn't care to snoop.
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Apple vs. Adobe: Competition or War? | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    I originally started this post by writing: Apple(AAPL) and Adobe(ADBE) are at war. But they're not - not yet, anyway. At this point - as long as antitrust authorities stay out of the way - Apple and Adobe are engaged in economic competition, not war.
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South Korea welcomes the iPhone | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    South Koreans will soon join the millions of others worldwide as its government on Wednesday approved the sale of the iPhone there.
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New rumor is three new iPhones | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Three new iPhones will appear in 2009, according to an analyst, not a profession one would wish in the family. This possibility has been mentioned before but not through an analyst. Our sources are the manufacturers in China. Canadian research firm Canaccord Adams possibly does it another way.
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UK Government Pulls Another iPhone 3G Ad | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    We already told you about the UK banning Apple's "just the internet" ad, and why they were wrong. Well, the BBC is reporting yet another Apple iPhone 3G television ad has just been yanked off the UK airwaves by the British government's advertising standards watchdog group. Why? For exaggerating the iPhone 3G's speed.
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