Synchronoss loses out on iPhone activations

Software firm Synchronoss scored a huge win last year when it became a key enabler in the iPhone's self-service activation process.  But now Apple and AT&T have changed the activation process and are instead requiring that the 3G iPhone be purchased and activated in stores. The result is a loss for Synchronoss. Article

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