iPhone Beating Competitors, Wi-Fi Co-Ops and Dutch Telecom CEO Calls iPhone, "Useless"

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iPhone Beating Competitors, Wi-Fi Co-Ops and Dutch Telecom CEO Calls iPhone, "Useless"

 

iPhone squeezes Windows mobile: According to Canalys researchers, the iPhone outsold Windows mobile devices and grabbed 28 percent of the "smart phones" sold in the U.S. Windows trailed with 21 percent of devices sold. Research in Motion is still the king of smart phones, with 41 percent of devices sold in the fourth quarter.

 

Dems fighting words: Ad Scheepbouwer, CEO of Dutch telecom, KPN, said the iPhone is "pretty useless" and that he didn't like the touch screen. He then added that he would be more than happy to sell the device in the Netherlands. Uh, what?

 

Wi-Fi co-op: Still waiting for your town to create a warm blanket of Wi-Fi? With all the controversy surrounding municipal Wi-Fi networks, students are stepping up to create Wi-Fi co-ops utilizing existing hotspots.

 

Who needs an SDK: The official iPhone SDK is due by the end of this month. In the meantime, the unofficial SDK is available now and won't be going anywhere soon.

 

Apple loves Lincoln: A Super Tuesday iPod touch Easter egg gives props to former president and stove-top pipe hat wearer, Abe Lincoln.

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