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Analyst: RIM Will Withstand IPhone Threat 

February 28th, 2007 by admin

An RBC Capital Markets analyst upgraded shares of the wireless device maker to “outperform” from “sector perform.”

Apple COO: iPhone on track for June launch 
Apple Inc.’s chief operating officer, Tim Cook, told conference-goers Tuesday that the iPhone is on track to release in June.

Oscars Used As Platform for First iPhone Ad 
Departing from trendy but faceless consumer lifestyle ads (Mac vs. PC campaign aside), Apple airs a nostalgic montage of scenes featuring familiar actors saying “Hello?” to the tune of Inside Your Head by Eberg - a good choice considering…

Perspective: Trademark disputes a go-go

February 28th, 2007 by admin

CNET News - Controversy over the use of iPhone was only the start. Attorney Eric J. Sinrod says an uptick in trademark disputes is in the cards.

Blackberry Has Momentum to Handle iPhone Competition
PDA Blast - RBC Capital Markets analyst Mike Abramsky believes that the RIM Blackberry has built enough momentum to hold its own against competition from the Apple iPhone. He believes it so much, he raised his rating from “sector perform” to “outperform” and

iPhone May Be Apple’s Newton of 2007 Category: SOFTPEDIA NEWS :: Apple
Softpedia - Many have said the iPhone looks like what the Newton would have become if Apple hadn’t killed it off. And perhaps now, nine years after Apple officially announced they would no longer work on the Newton project, it is time to remember the first PDA

Beanpod letters fill mailbag 

February 28th, 2007 by admin

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U.S. stocks turn mixed on weak data 
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks turned mixed on Wednesday, after weak manufacturing and housing data undercut early attempts by the market to rebound after its biggest one-day point drop in over 5 years in the previous session.

Advertising Truth 

February 28th, 2007 by admin

I’m looking at my web stats report from last week and see a blog comment we wrote on Telstra and the Apple Iphone hype has been picked up by quiet a few blogs. It gets me thinking for a minute about Vista and other products currently getting plenty of media coverage. How often does a product hype meet the customers expectation? What are the implications of under and over delivery? …

Questions and answers 
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The Ticker

February 28th, 2007 by admin

Information Week - Microsoft owes Alcatel-Lucent $1.5 billion for violating MP3 patents, a jury found. Microsoft says it properly licensed the technology. Apple and Cisco settled their dispute over the iPhone name, with both companies allowed to use the name, on

Quick Take: When Did Apple Become Microsoft?
Motley Fool - Fool contributor Tim Beyers is hoping for an iPhone to go with his MacBook Pro. Tim didn’t own shares in any of the companies mentioned in this article at the time of publication. Microsoft is an Inside Value pick. The Motley Fool’s disclosure policy

Goldman: iPhone likely to succeed
MacNN - Apple’s iPhone will likely see positive acceptance when the device ships in June, according to research firm Goldman Sachs. Goldman points to a recent handset branding survey that was conducted in China, India, the U.K. and the U.S. as evidence that

Component makers scramble for iPhone contracts
MacWorld UK - The Times has published an in-depth look at the deep competition between components vendors to persuade Apple to use their products within the iPhone. The report, ‘The battle for the heart of the iPhone’ states the evident reality that technology

Google: The British Are Coming For GMail!
WebProNews - Smith says Google has refused to negotiate with IIR since 2004, and cites the recent dispute between Apple and Cisco over the term “iPhone” as an example of how “responsible companies” handle situations like these. That dispute was settled in a

TXU Corp. goes private in $32 billion buyout 

February 28th, 2007 by admin

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Apple TV hits snag, delayed til mid-March 
Company’s much-anticipated wireless entertainment device won’t begin shipping for several more weeks.

Study: Pricey iPhone Still a No Go 
Consumers say Apple must lower the phone’s $500 price for them to make the move.

Journal Communications sells unit for $185M 
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Video: Hidden iPhone features uncovered

February 27th, 2007 by admin

Mac User - Steve Jobs’ predictably slick iPhone launch in January this year would appear to not have been the whole story. This video (embedded below) reveals a number of as-yet-undisclosed features that seem obvious from the keynote presentation, but were

Mix: iPhone details, EMI deal, Assaulted teacher, Marriott hotels
iLounge - Actioncorp TV has produced an interesting video with hidden details from Apple CEO Steve Jobs iPhone announcement. Of particular interest is strong evidence that Apple intends to sell music ringtones. Talks between EMI Group and online music

Apple, Cisco bury the hatchet over iPhone
Age - Cisco’s Linksys Wireless-G Phone for Skype, dubbed the iPhone (left) and Apple’s new iPhone (right). Cisco Systems and Apple have settled the trademark infringement lawsuit that threatened to derail Apple’s use of the iPhone name for its much-hyped

Apple Launches iPhone Ad on Oscar Night
MacNewsWorld - Days after Apple settled its iPhone naming dispute with Cisco, the computer maker aired its first TV ad for the handheld device. The advertisement, which features recognizable clips of TV and movie characters answering phones, aired during the

Hidden features of the iPhone
MacNN - A YouTube video by Actioncorp (embedded below) claims to glean unmentioned features of the Apple iPhone by analyzing Steve Jobs’ recent MacWorld keynote. The Calendar application was scarcely mentioned during the presentation, for instance, but still

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