Clearwire filed a document with the SEC stating that it will not bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction in January, but the company did not give a reason for the decision to abstain. Potential bidders
France Telecom subsidiary Orange has announced that about 20 percent of the iPhones it has sold to customers have
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> One columnist speculates that AT&T disclosed its planned 3G iPhone to get back at Apple for supposedly teaming up with Google for the 700 MHz auction. Hmm.
The BBC claims that Carphone Warehouse has been misleading customers about Apple's iPhone. Article
France's Orange announced that it will sell unlocked iPhones for about $964, much less than the $1500 that T-Mobile Germany is charging for the unlocked devices. iPhone buyers that also sign up for a
According to a recent report from M:Metrics, 12 percent of U.S. mobile users who bought a new phone last year did so in December, which marks a 40 percent uptick in device sales during that month.
Within weeks of the iPhone's summertime release, Apple filed a series of patents for sensor layouts, mobile sensors and compliant conductors, together indicating the computing giant is working on a
France Telecom's Orange subsidiary plans to sell a little less than 100,000 iPhones in 2007 and also plans to offer an unlocked version of the handset for a price that is well below T-Mobile