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  • Davis Makes Top 10 List Among Fast Internet Cities In California

    Davis Makes Top 10 List Among Fast Internet Cities In California
    UC Davis students can no longer say a slow Internet connection was responsible for a late term paper. According to Speedtest.net, the college town ranks third on a list of ten California cities for Internet download speeds and fourth for Internet...
  • Brown Bag Update: What Else Is News?

    Brown Bag Update: What Else Is News?
    Prison for iPod Scammer | Proposed State Law on Gender Discrimination | Michigan Senate Mulls Arts Dept. Future -------------------- Grand Rapids Man Sent to Prison for iPod Scam GRAND RAPIDS (AP) - A federal judge in Grand Rapids has sentenced a...
  • Sales cap aims to hang up iPhone resellers

    Sales cap aims to hang up iPhone resellers
    Apple Inc. is trying to stop people from buying so many iPhones. Since it started selling the multitasking gadget in June, the company has four times set limits on the number of iPhones it will sell to an individual. Apple loosened the restrictions a...
  • Faithful await Apple's vision

    Faithful await Apple's vision
    Apple Inc. had an incredible 2007. It launched the iPhone, saw a huge uptick in Macintosh computers sales and enjoyed the near doubling of its stock price. As people flock to the annual Macworld Conference & Expo here this week, one thing is less clear:...
  • Dictionary.com 'very excited' about Apple's iAd

     
    Apple still has an abundance of questions to answer about iAd, the iPhone advertising platform the Cupertino, Calif., company announced last month. But at least one major developer is a believer. Dictionary.com President Shravan Goli said he's "very...
  • IPhone, iPad games fly under the radar at E3 2010

     
    Apple's iPhone and iPad could be seen throughout the Los Angeles Convention Center during the E3 video game expo last week. Just not on display in most booths. The touchscreen phones were in the hands of text-message-happy attendees and exhibit staffers....
  • Antenna engineers, Apple wants you to help with iPhone reception

     
    This may be the right way to hold the iPhone 4, according to Apple. Credit: Kiichiro Sato / Associated Press Are you an unemployed antenna engineer who specializes in wireless mobile devices? Apple Inc. might have a job for you. The company, which is...
  • Recalling iPhone 4, while unlikely, could cost Apple $1.5 billion, analyst says

     
    A decision by Consumer Reports not to recommend the iPhone 4 because of reception issues could tarnish Apple Inc.'s reputation. Credit: Alan Diaz / Associated Press The possibility that Apple's new iPhone could have a faulty antenna has fueled speculation...
  • Anticipation builds for Apple's iPhone 4 press conference Friday

     
    Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs talks about the composition and metal antennae band that surrounds the new iiPhone 4 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Paul Sakuma / Associated Press. Apple Inc. announced it will hold a press...
  • Songwriter protesting coverage of iPhone 4 antenna problems gets Apple's attention

     
    Internet minstrel Jonathan Mann got two minutes of fame Friday when Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs kicked off a news conference at the company’s Cupertino, Calif., headquarters to quell controversy over the iPhone 4’s antenna problems that can cause...
  • Apple iPhone rivals fire back on antenna issue

     
    Apple Inc. Chief Executive Steve Jobs said during a press conference at its headquarters Friday that rival smart phones also have reception problems. Credit: Kimberly White / Reuters The biggest smart phone makers -- Research in Motion, HTC, Nokia,...
  • 'Jailbreaking' iPhones and unlocking carrier restrictions legal, government says

     
    Circumventing Apple's safeguards in order to install unapproved applications on the iPhone is called "jailbreaking," but doing so won't get you landed in the slammer, according to new government rules announced Monday. While some use the practice for...