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WSJ: CDMA iPhone coming to Verizon Wireless

The Wall Street Journal says it's a done deal: Apple is building a CMDA version of the iPhone that will go on sale with Verizon Wireless in early 2011.

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Mirror Worlds wins Cover Flow case against Apple

Apple could be on the hook for over $600 million for infringing on patents held by Mirror Worlds in its Cover Flow technology.

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Apple approves its first BitTorrent app

Apple has approved a BitTorrent app -- the first of its kind to enter the App Store.

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Jailbreakers Free Apple TV From Its Maker’s Restrictions

The new Apple TV has been hacked and can now support a number of new apps that it originally couldn't. Is this a blessing in disguise?

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Deposit checks To PayPal via mobile pictures

In time for the holiday season, PayPal has submitted an iPhone app, that if approved, would allow users to deposit checks via PayPal, as reported by TechCrunch.

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Tethering may be coming to Apple’s iPad

While Steve Jobs has denied that the iPad will get tethering capabilities, there looks to be a light at the end of the tunnel in beta 2 of iOS 4.2.

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Hacker squeezes Google Chromium OS onto iPad

A new video showcases a hacked iPad running Google's Linux-based Chromium OS.

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Apple extends Nokia patent battle to the UK

Apple has broadened its patent battle with Nokia, launching a patent infringement case against the Finnish phone maker in the United Kingdom.

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BlackBerry PlayBook vs. Apple iPad: Specs compared

We pit the upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook vs. Apple’s iPad in a battle of specs.

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Walnut keyboard trays by Combine

Warm up your desktop with this natural wood keyboard tray from Combine.

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Office for Mac 2011 coming this October

Microsoft has announced that Mac user can expect to see Office for Mac 2011 hit store shelves on October 26.

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Yosian Apple Peel coming to U.S.

Yoison's Apple Peel add-on device turns an iPod touch into a full-fledged phone...and it's being brought to the U.S. by the unlikely GoSolarUSA.

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CEDIA 2010 Wrap up: New trends in home theater

Green home automation, 3D projectors and iPad remote apps all took center stage at this year’s annual CEDIA custom electronics trade show.

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Apple’s Ping update makes the service more user friendly

Apple's Ping music service launched to lackluster reviews and the company is attempting to remedy some of that in the latest update to iTunes 10.0.1.

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Six top tech companies’ settlement ends employee-poaching ban

In a settlement with the Justice Department, six top tech companies will no longer enter into agreements not to poach each others top employees.

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