Posts tagged "hardware subscription"

Could Subscription Hardware Be the Future or Just a Failed Google Experiment?

As part of Google’s I/O conference, today the company behind Android announced details regarding Chromebooks’ venture into the consumer market. Chromebook is an instantly accessible, Google-approved laptop that runs its web-based Chrome OS. Along with conventional one-time fee purchasing options, students and businesses can choose a $20-$28/month subscription plan. Notice

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Taiwan iPhone 3Gs Sold Unlocked Out-Of-The-Box

Following the device's launch in Taiwan on Saturday, customers purchasing iPhone 3Gs have discovered that the devices are able to use SIM cards from carriers other than those of the official carrier, Chunghwa Telecom. Previously it was expected that the devices would be locked to the Chunghwa network.

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Taiwan iPhone Launch Announced, China Launch Soon?

Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan's biggest mobile phone carrier, is scheduled to launch the iPhone 3G on their network in December. They announced the deal with Apple last weekend. They say that the launch will be part Apple's third major wave of rollouts in their worldwide iPhone 3G launch effort that, according to rumors, will include China as well.

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