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HP's acquisition of Palm, the HTC-Microsoft patent agreement, more twists in the Gizmodo iPhone case and a roundup of earnings lead today's top headlines. Get the day's rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
Palm acquisition rumors, a Silicon Valley war brewing and more about the iPad and Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 update lead today’s themes.
Although Apple is widely believed to announce a third-generation iPhone handset at WWDC with up to 32GB RAM and a 3.2MP camera with video recording capabilities, Forbes thinks that it's too soon to see the fruits of last year's acquisition of chipmaker P.
So now that the very slick Apple iPhone TV ads are available for viewing, I am sure many of us have our gadget lust peaked and are thinking about what our iPhone acquisition strategy may be on 29 June. As compelling as the iPhone looks, there are also many of us who are not AT&T customers and are locked into other carriers for a period of up to 2 years. My personal situation results in a couple of alternatives for me to get an iPhone, with a total price difference for 2 years of service totaling at least US$2,245 or US$2,383 and after putting it down on paper I may actually go for it so check out the details below if you are with another carrier and thinking about the switch or addition. If you are with another wireless carrier, have you been considering the Apple iPhone and AT&T service too?
By all accounts, iPhone is going to be popular. Really popular.
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