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aTV Flash Returns

Software pack available sans flash drive.

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Jailbreaking iPhone frowned upon at Apple Store.

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Safari/IE Combo Attack

Browsers team up to bring down Windows machines.

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iPhone in Spain? Not So fast

iPhone appears and disappears on Spanish site.

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Discounted iPhones end up on eBay.

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 When Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in his January 9, 2007, keynote address, he called it “a widescreen iPod, mobile phone, and Internet communicator.” And it was. Later in the speech, he explained that it ran a version of Mac OS X, designed for “desktop-class applications.” And it did—but the iPhone only used the applications that Apple chose to build into its firmware. Developers could only write apps to run in the Web browser, or be installed on hacked, or jailbroken, iPhones.

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AT&T Stores will stop receiving iPhone 1.0 in June.

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Mysterious boxes force us to ponder 1st grade math.

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GPS-enabled iPhone could mean big money for Broadcom, bad news for GPS device makers.

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Localizable.string diving yields possible change.