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AT&T grants iPhone users free hotspot use... finally

Though not confirmed by AT&T, it appears that AT&T hotspots are now enabling free WiFi access to iPhone users. Several WiFi hotspots that folks tried offered iPhone users a custom portal to

RIM inks distro deal with Brightpoint

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has inked a distribution deal with Brightpoint that aims to extend BlackBerry's popularity outside of the North American market. Only one-third of RIM's customers

iTunes Wins Equality with DVD Releases

New movies from major film studios and independents will now be available for purchase through the iTunes store on the same day as their DVD release. New releases will be available from 20th

Will AT&T subsidize the 3G iPhone?

Fortune is reporting that AT&T is planning to this time subsidize the 3G version of the Apple iPhone, knocking off the price by $200. By offering the phone at a cheaper price, AT&T reportedly

DEALS: Apple buys chipmaker

DEALSWHOWITHWHATSCOOPApplePA SemiApple bought chipmaker PA Semi for about $278 million.The deal is a particular slap in the face for Intel. Apple could use it to drive Intel's

Rogers to roll out iPhone this year

After more than a year of waiting, Rogers Wireless is finally gearing up to rollout Apple's iPhones. The carrier said it would offer the handset to its subscribers some time this year. Rogers is the

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Apple buys chipmaker for iPhones, iPods

Apple has agreed to buy a boutique microprocessor company named PA Semi for a rumored pricetag of $278 million. PA Semi is known for its low-power, sophisticated chipsets, which according to Forbes,

Fring announced native VoIP application for iPhone

Israeli company Fring has introduced the first native, true VoIP application for the iPhone. The application doesn't require users to route their calls through an analog VoIP bridge, like previous