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HTC Radiant image leaks: a Windows Phone with LTE headed for Telstra?

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PocketNow has been sent a picture of a LTE Windows Phone for AT&T and, according to the source, Telstra, supposibly called the HTC Radiant. While it looks like the already available (in the US) HTC Titan, PocketNow’s “reliable source” has said otherwise. Originally, the Radiant name was trademarked by HTC in April 2011. But more recently, in more leaked news, the HTC Radiant was expected to be announced at CES 2012, […]

WSJ: Verizon iPhone being announced Wednesday

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Rumours don’t get much more solid than this. While having no importance to Australians, Verizon getting the iPhone is a huge step for Apple and the USA. On Tuesday, (or Wednesday in Australia), Verizon is holding a mysterious event. And the Wall Street Journal says that “a source familiar with the matter” confirms that it’s for the iPhone. Sure, we don’t really care, but at least now we might be […]

US: New iPhone coming to Verizon?

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RUMOUR MILL: While we have the luxury to choose a carrier for the iPhone, in the US, they do not – stuck with using AT&T, which has been criticised for poor network coverage in the main areas where the iPhone is sold (San Francisco and New York). But today, a new rumour popped up – a new iPhone just for the US carrier Verizon. While this has been kicking in […]

AT&T: iPhone slowness because of faulty software

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Ever got that feeling that your iPhone was slow? Well, according to AT&T, you can now put your blame on another company – Alcatel-Lucent. According to the carrier, slower loading speeds affecting customers in certain parts of the United States with the iPhone 4, along with some other phones, is due to the software used created by Alcatel-Lucent.

First iPhone 4 Class Action suit filed

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Who didn’t see this coming from a mile away? Apple and US carrier AT&T have been slapped with a class action lawsuit filed in the US District Court in Maryland, with the defects on the iPhone along with general negligence, and fraud by concealment. Ouch. The lawsuit also claims that Apple and AT&T of breaching the implied warranties for merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, deceptive trade practises and […]

Windows Phone 7 brings new UI, Xbox LIVE integration

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It’s official. Windows Phone 7 has been announced at Mobile World Congress – albeit, we are a bit late on the news. The phone will bring a “fresh approach to phone software, distinguished by smart design and truly integrated experiences that bring to the surface the content people care about from the Web and applications.” The version 7 is most likely to tie it in with Windows 7 for desktops […]

iPhone may end AT&T exclusivity to be on all carriers

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RUMOUR MILL: iPhone users in America might not need to subscribe to the AT&T network as Apple is planning to release the iPhone to all US mobile carriers within the next 18 months ahead of its announcement where the much-rumoured Apple Tablet is expected to be revealed. This would end the exclusive deal with AT&T and could double or triple the number of devices sold, according to an analyst at […]

Rumour: AT&T and Verizon to carry Apple Tablet

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Will it be Verizon or will it be AT&T? Both companies compete in the mobile sector in the United States and are fiercely competitive – with AT&T having the iPhone and Verizon having the Droid. As both look to compete in securing the rights to sell the Apple Tablet on their networks, who would be the victor? Turns out, it would be both – according to Fox News – as […]

AT&T brings visual voicemail to Bold users, still waiting in Oz

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AT&T has now announced that visual voicemail will be coming to the Blackberry Bold in a wireless update to its software, version 4.6.0.508. This will now allow users to find, listen and delete voicemails without dialling a special number and listen to all that crap at the beginning. The iPhone, another phone on their network, has this feature as well. Users will be able to store 40 messages for up […]

AT&T’s Response to FCC Enquiry (Full Text)

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Re: AT&T Response to Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Letter, DA 09-1737 (July 31, 2009); RM-11361; RM-11497 This letter can be found in its original form on the FCC’s website. Dear Ms. Milkman: On behalf of AT&T, I am writing in response to the Bureau’s July 31, 2009 letter, which asks a series of questions about Google Voice and the Apple iPhone in order to inform Commission policymaking in certain pending proceedings. […]

Apple responds to FCC enquiry into Google Voice and its App Store

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Apple has now responded to the questions that were asked by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as it is investigating claims that the Google Voice app was rejected by Apple on its App Store. Only problem, Apple has said that it was not rejected. “Contrary to published reports, Apple has not rejected the Google Voice application, and continues to study it,” it starts off with Question 1 on why did […]

Apple’s Response to FCC Enquiry (Full Text)

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Apple’s Response to the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau’s Questions of July 31, 2009 Letter can be found at FCC’s Website. We are pleased to respond to the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau’s inquiry dated July 31, 2009, requesting information regarding Apple’s App Store and its application approval process. In order to give the Bureau some context for our responses, we begin with some background information about the iPhone and the App Store. Apple’s […]

America’s AT&T reportedly blocking 4chan images

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American telecommunications operator AT&T, a similar entity to Telstra here in Australia, is being reported to have blocked access to images to 4chan.org, a notorious website known for its affiliation (via it’s /b/ board) to the anti-Scientology group Anonymous. “It’s come to our attention that AT&T is filtering/blocking img.4chan.org(/b/ & /r9k/),” according to founder Moot on their blog, “There is no remedy at this time.” Because of their notoriety for […]


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