Apple's biggest product launch ever is turning into its biggest headache.
In response to complaints about declining call quality with the iPhone 4, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that it would. Jobs announced the move during a in which he again sought to illustrate that the antenna issues were common with other smartphones as well.
The bumper issue is a touchy one for Apple; it had previouslyto owners who complained about reception.
Perhaps Apple's wake-up call came whendue to problems with its reception. According to a story posted on Consumer Reports' Web site, it was forced to withhold its recommendation after its engineers found that when you touch the gap in the antenna on the phone's lower left side, "the signal can significantly degrade enough to cause you to lose your connection altogether if you're in an area with a weak signal."
Though Consumer Reports' latest findings are significant, it is not alone in reaching them. Indeed, during testing,that the iPhone 4 call quality degrades when you touch the gap on the left side.
Some predicted the purpose of the press conference was to announce a recall of the iPhone to fix the problem. While a recall could be damaging to Apple's reputation,
New York man claims in a lawsuit that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg entered into contract with him to design and develop the site in 2003.
The plaintiff in the suit, XPRT Ventures, claims that eBay filched trade secrets from XPRT patent applications that it then worked into PayPal technology.
The Internet, YouTube, and Twitter have changed the way Americans consume media--and mean that the FCC's restrictions on seven dirty words should no longer be constitutional, a federal appeals court says.
The bankruptcy of XY.com's founder, who says creditors could obtain a million profiles largely of gay teens, has led the FTC to intervene.
Founder of file-sharing software maker Lime Wire transferred company's funds into a trust controlled by his family. Big music labels say the money belongs to them.
Revenue was up 24 percent for Google during its second quarter but the company missed analysts' expectations for earnings per share by 7 cents.
Beijing says that Google's China Web site operator pledges to ensure that it exposes Chinese Web surfers to "no law-breaking content."
Mozilla Sniffer is downloaded about 1,800 times before being disabled and blocked for stealing passwords.
Interactive layer developed by British government lets users view side effects of worldwide temperature increase.
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