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Apple's app flap: Don't blame AT&T

ZDNet Senior Editor Sam Diaz shares his views on the recent iPhone related controversy--Apple’s rejection of Google Voice. He says, AT&T was not behind the app rejection and that Apple should adopt it because it has already approved other VoIP apps such as Skype.

published August 10, 2009 by

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Is AT&T slowly dethroning the almighty iPhone?

ZDNet Senior Editor Sam Diaz shares his views on the release of Apple's new iPhone 3G S. Diaz says there is a dark shadow being cast over the new device because of its exclusive relationship with carrier AT&T, while users complain about two-year contracts and lack of support for MMS messaging.

published June 23, 2009 by

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Dignan's Memo: AT&T bets big on the iPhone

ZDNet Editor in Chief Larry Dignan says charging a mere $199 for the 8GB version and $299 for the 16GB version is a good strategy to drive adoption of the second-generation iPhone. AT&T's big plan is to offer a subsidy on the phone and charge an extra $10 on the data plan. Dignan believes, if the math adds up, AT&T's profit margins will take a small hit now but will rake in the dough later.

published June 16, 2008 by

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AT&T Williams driver talks F1 technology

Formula One drivers are not only responsible for steering their cars; they also have to manage gigabytes of data communicated wirelessly between the vehicle and the pit crew. In this 5:21 minute video, F1 driver Nico Rosberg talks about the technology in race cars, why he doesn't drive in Australia, and how he is absolutely, definitely not a nerd.

published March 19, 2007 by

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AT&T jumps into VoIP

In an exclusive Face to Face interview, AT&T CEO David Dorman tells ZDNet's editor in chief, Dan Farber, that he's going after an untapped market -- VoIP. Dorman sizes up the competition, discusses claims that his company is undervalued, and defends AT&T's declining top line.

published August 25, 2004 by

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