TechCrunch Claiming iPhone to Verizon in January – What if?

There’s an interesting post up on TechCrunch that makes a pretty bold claim. From the site: Smartphones like the iPhone are built from a collection of components, which are sourced individually from suppliers—e.g. the iPhone 4’s cellular baseband (the core chipset used in mobile phones to handle voice and data communications) comes from Infineon and […]

How Rumors Can Burn You

(Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, casting a spell over a crowd. They later all bought a Windows Mobile phone) Back on Wednesday, there was a rumor floating around about WWDC. A very specific rumor mind you, down to the exact timing. It was reported by Tech Trader Daily, and it went like this: Trip Chowdhry, an […]

It Exists Because They Say So

Flurry Analytics is a company that analyzes info from the web, and uses that data for ad sales and the like. I had never heard of them before today, but then again, I live in a one room shack with minks on my back.From their blog: Using Flurry Analytics, the company identified approximately 50 devices […]

Unicorn Tablet to be Verizon AND AT&T?

I couldn’t leave you guys alone for an entire weekend without a unicorn, right? There’s been talk for a long time now about the wireless connectivity of the Unicorn Tablet, and most of the talk has been around Verizon, mainly because most people are pissed with AT&T’s service. But that’s never made sense to me […]