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Cisco hires iPhone 'antenna-gate' exec

Cisco Systems hires the former Apple exec in charge of design and engineering for the gadget that sparked an infamous PR debacle for Steve Jobs and Co.

By November 13, 2010

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Steve Jobs in his own words

In interviews and stage appearances over the years, the co-founder of Apple expressed a distinct philosophy about the allure and the essence of technology.

By October 5, 2011

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Apple's next iPhone makes its debut

The company showed off the iPhone 4S, which is essentially the current model with newer components. It also set a release time for iCloud and iOS 5.

By October 4, 2011

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Samsung Galaxy S2 vs HTC Desire S vs LG Optimus 3D vs iPhone 4

We may be drunk on the Iberian sun, but we're sure 2011 is going to be the best year for smart phones yet. Don't believe us? Check out four of the best.

By February 16, 2011

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iPhone 5, Verizon iPhone case photos surface

Despite not mentioning a word about a possible Verizon-compatible iPhone during his presentation at CES, Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg still found his company in iPhone-related news, as pictures have surfaced purporting to be of the outer casing for the iPhone 5 or Verizon's CDMA iPhone.

By January 6, 2011

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Financial Times taps Jobs as Person of the Year

It may be Zuckerberg's 'Time' stateside, but across the pond venerable British biz pub the FT likes Apple's CEO this year around.

By December 24, 2010

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HTC HD7 vs HTC Desire HD vs iPhone 4 vs Nokia N8 vs HTC 7 Mozart

The iPhone is no longer the undisputed sultan of the touchscreen kingdom, with worthy challengers arriving almost daily. We pit the best handsets against each other in a battle royale.

By October 15, 2010

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Apple 2010 iPod lineup, reviewed

CNET reviews Apple's 2010 lineup of iPod portable media players, including the fourth-generation iPod Touch, sixth-generation iPod Nano, and the fourth-generation iPod Shuffle.

By September 7, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 1277: You can hack DMCA. Legally. (podcast)

The U.S. copyright office now says that there are instances in which you may hack, fold, spindle, or mutilate copy protection, but just a few, and don't go breaking any other contracts while you're at it. Also, Microsoft wants its employees to build Windows 7 phone apps... for free!

By July 26, 2010

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Smartphone shipments jump 43 percent

Industry ships 60 million smartphones during second quarter in market boosted by carrier subsidies and growing selection of lower-cost phones, says Strategy Analytics.

By July 22, 2010