Stories are recurring yet again that Sprint will indeed be selling the next iPhone alongside Verizon and AT&T when it launches in the fall. Sprint’s stock rating recently raised from “sell” (as in, “get rid of Sprint stock now, writing is on the wall”) to “neutral,” fueling speculation that this
During the Reuters Global Technology Summit, Fran Shammo, Chief Financial Officer of Verizon, mentioned how the next iPhone will include simultaneous support for CDMA and GSM networks. This would allow AT&T and Verizon to sell the same iPhone models, thus there would be no delays between the carriers’ availability. He goes
With a new support article, online on Apple’s website, the differences between the GSM (AT&T) and CDMA (Verizon) are distinguished. Though what’s included in the simple chart isn’t anything new, it may be the deciding factor for those of you on the fence between the two competitor networks. The chart
Today TeleNav announced that its TeleNav GPS app for the iPhone will only be released for the Verizon iPhone 4. Wait, what? Is this part of some exclusivity deal? Is Apple really going to allow this? Are AT&T and Verizon customers looking at a future of popular apps only being
iFixit got their hands on the brand new iPhone 4 from Verizon today, and they took it apart to inspect the insides. For all of the details, you can visit the above or below link but I’ll mention the part that struck me most and did provide an answer to
For the past few days and even weeks, AT&T and Verizon have both been releasing ads to criticize one another and show their network as the superior one. Only time will tell if this sparring will go beyond the CDMA iPhone release, Febrary 10th. Yesterday Verizon launched an ad which
If you haven't heard already, Digg released its official app for the iPhone and iPod touch on Wednesday [App Store, Free]. Within 24 hours, the app had shot to the top of the App Store's "news" category, making it the top news app in the world for the time being according to Mashable.
The app contains features such as the ability to browse, search, and Digg/bury stories as well as options to save stories for later viewing, an in-app browser, and a “preview” feature for each story.
Over on Norweigen web site sofaprat.no, interviewers Arnt Eriksen and Thomas Moen got Digg founder Kevin Rose to confirm that his company is developing an application for the iPhone. When Eriksen referred to having seen a sneak preview of the application, Rose was visibly surprised. "I cannot show that off yet. You're not even supposed to know about that... Nobody knows about that."
Digg just announced that they have updated their mobile version of the popular social news website Digg.com. The new version now has multiple views of the most recently popular stories organized by popular in the last 24 hours, 7 days, 30 days and 365 days. They've added a tagging system to see what type of media it is. You can also log in to view your favorites, and a few more features. You can check it out on your i-device by navigating Mobile Safari to m.digg.com.