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AT&T offering iPhone insurance

Carrier will cover theft, loss, and damage to the iPhone for a monthly fee of $4.99 and a deductible of $50 or $125 depending on the model.

By July 5, 2011

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New York AG to cellular carriers: Why was antitheft switch killed?

The attorney general pens letters to the major US wireless carriers and says "it's disturbing that the nation's leading smartphone carriers knowingly dismissed technology that could save lives."

By December 11, 2013

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Is the smartphone 'kill switch' really bad for business in California?

Senators who nixed mandatory antitheft software on phones sold in state say it’s bad business. But many won’t say why.

By May 4, 2014

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A free, social 'AddressBook' for Android

The free AddressBook beta for Android connects your contact list with friends' social network accounts.

By October 28, 2009

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Report: AT&T to offer insurance for iPhones

One of the major complaints customers have with the iPhone and AT&T could finally be addressed on June 6, according to The Boy Genius Report.

By May 28, 2010

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New products, services for mobile devices at Demo

IPhone apps were the hot trend at DemoFall last year. At Demo 09, the iPhone isn't quite as well represented, but there were still several mobile apps and services on hand.

By March 2, 2009

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Open Source Business Conference update: CIO case studies

OSBC is shaping up to be a killer show. Here's one more reason why.

By December 19, 2007

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Demo preview: Five launches to watch for

The products we'll be eyeing at Demo 09, from a desktop client for aggregating social network activity to software for corporate crisis management.

By February 27, 2009

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Calculating the true value of software in the post-license world

Open source offers a very capitalistic future for the software industry.

By November 27, 2007

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OSBC Update: Marten Mickos is getting his IT executives, in spades

OSBC is getting better and better, with a range of IT executives contributing.

By November 22, 2007