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Adobe Flash: 7m iPhone/iPod Touch users have tried to grab it since December | iPhone N... - 0 views

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    Adobe and Apple have been battling each other for some time over the lack of lack of Flash on the iPhone.
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Apple Dominates Product Searches Online | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    The Apple iPhone is currently the most searched for product in the UK, picking up 1.75 percent of all product searches and 14.01 percent of all mobile phone searches during the week ending December 5.
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Two More Operators Put IPhone on Sale in Singapore | iPhone News Updated - 1 views

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    Singaporean mobile operators MobileOne (M1) and StarHub will start selling Apple's iPhone on Dec. 9, but users won't see big drops in price for monthly plans.
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iPhone users at end of tether on ATT tethering promise | iPhone News Updated - 2 views

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    AT&T continues to claim it will offer tethering support to iPhone users on its network - but remains completely non-committal when it comes to offering any concrete date for introduction of the same.
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BCE, Telus to Sell IPhone 3G in Canada Next Month | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    BCE Inc.'s Bell Canada and Telus Corp. reached agreements with Apple Inc. to sell the iPhone, stepping up competition with Rogers Communications Inc., which has held the exclusive right to sell the device in Canada.
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Odroid pre-order ready | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Looking out for the Odroid? It is now available for pre-order for approximately $320 after conversion, where it is tipped to arrive at your doorstep from November 5th onwards.
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Unlocked G1 Phones Blocked From Some Apps | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Google's Android division is blocking unlocked G1 developer version handsets from downloading paid applications on the Android market.
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Smartphone videogame market explodes in 2008; dumbphone market wounded, but struggling ... - 0 views

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    With the economy lodged so firmly in the toilet we're always glad to see some sort of good news on that front, so check out the latest numbers from comScore that show the market for downloadable time-wasters on smartphones grew by a massive 291 percent in the period between November of 2007 and 2008.
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New iPhone software improves Safari stability | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Apple has released a minor iPhone firmware update that is supposed to help improve the stability of its Safari browser.
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iPhone Nano to be unveiled in January? | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    While we at TechRadar are cramming our faces with Christmas fun, the rumour mill seems unwilling to stop turning, and it seems the old stalwart, Apple, is again after the headlines with the iPhone Nano popping up once more.
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New RichardSolo iPhone backup battery models coming soon | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Imagine a worst case scenario: you're camping out in the woods, your iPhone's battery is at 10%, and your boss calls you with some urgent assignment which requires logging into your work's intranet to file a report and update customers.
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Mobile IM tells you where your buddies are, says Palringo | Mobile Phone News Update - 0 views

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    Kerry Ritz is in Soho, London. His colleague Ross is in Newcastle. So there's not much reason to consider ringing Ross, to ask if he fancies a quick drink after work… but then Kerry knew that anyway from the display on his phone.
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Google phone not quite an iPhone | Mobile Phone News Update - 0 views

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    Real competition to Apple's iPhone is coming in the form of the G1 from T-Mobile and Google, which will be released next week, and the BlackBerry Storm, on tap for November.
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