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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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The Origin of the iPhone

Written on December 30, 2010 by B Waldorf

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"Anyone privy to the release of the iPhone is going to hold on to their current device as long as they possibly can, all but Scotch taping their devices together so that they can crawl over the finish line and into the loving arms of a shiny new iPhone. (Oh, you know the box is gonna be sexy.)" ---John Mayer on iPhone

It’s amazing how one thing could change the course of where humanity is headed. iPhone has definitely altered the lives of everyone. For the techno-geeks, the iPhone is the world’s very first smartphone. Without the iPhone, the Android and any other Window’s spawn would just be a mere figment of one’s imagination. The iPhone is something everyone would desire, something that anyone would die to have or atleast wait in line for days.

And for every great innovation, there’s a great beginning. And if you’re part of the iPhone cult then the next part is for you. Take a stroll down memory lane with AllWeLike, as we show you iPhone’s short but sweet history with this infographic provided by the great people of Mashable.

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Credible Sources Speculate about Verizon iPhone

Written on October 11, 2010 by B Waldorf

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We've talked in a previous article that Verizon is most probably carrying iPhone by next year. We reported about chipsets and all. And now New York Times printed some more juicy news.

A source that claims to be in direct contact with Apple has something to reveal. According to the source, Apple is into adapting iPhone 4 to work with Verizon’s wireless network. It also says Verizon customers can access iPhone early next year. The New York Times also cited the source making it more credible. About two months ago, we’ve written an article about the chip sets for the Verizon iPhone that should arrive December. Even Bloomberg reported a January launch.

Some analysts had a prediction about the rumored five-year exclusivity deal between Apple and AT&T, and Verizon’s 4G technology will hold Verizon iPhone until 2012.

Let’s see if these sources are true to their words.

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Verizon Refunds 15 Million Customers

Written on October 04, 2010 by B Waldorf

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Verizon recently faced complaints from 15 million customer about a service that should be free of charge. In return, the company is giving out $50 million worth of refunds to affected customers.

Verizon Wireless realized that 15 million customers had filed charges against a data network use that should be free. The refund ranges from $3-$6 but some will receive more than that.

Don’t get too excited when you receive your bill with a check, it’s just your refund and not anything else. According to Verizon Deputy General Counsel Mary Coyne, these charges were due to the services that should be free of charge. All the refunds will be received by who those didn’t acquire a data plan.

According to The Wall Street Journal, a total of $50 million refunds will be issued.

Here’s the complete statement from Verizon on the issue:

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Windows Phone 7: To Set Foot in Europe on October 21st?

Written on September 27, 2010 by B Waldorf

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The rumors about Microsoft Phone 7 are giving us headaches, but the sight of this marvelous gadget is somewhat a relief.

Rumor has it. The much awaited Windows Phone 7 will set foot on Europe on October 21. This piece of information was tipped offby the sources close to Microsoft.

While innocent until proven guilty, it’s something that makes people excited. Reports had concluded that the definite time of launch is the month of October, and just recently Microsoft announced that they are ready. An initial report from a Spanish website El Economista said that the phones are for release in Spain on the 21st. But there is another report that UK, France, Germany and Italy are also on the list. But nothing was said about the US release.

In addtion, there is also a report that says Microsoft will boast the new phone at a New York City event this October 11. Just then Microsoft will have partnership with a popular London-based radio station to promote the phone in UK.

Are these rumors true? Only time will time.

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