PC World – Now may be the time to become an Apple iPhone owner at last.
Archive for June 9th, 2008
Investor’s Business Daily – 1 As expected, Apple (NasdaqGS:AAPL – News) unveiled a high-speed version of its smart phone. The 3G iPhone, which will go on sale July 11, features GPS and costs less than the original, priced starting at $199. Apple also revealed a MobileMe online service for synchronizing applications that costs $99 a [...]
PC World – A combination of lower component costs, cheaper materials, and changing business models is behind the drastic price cut for Apple’s new 3G iPhone.
AP – The Associated Press on Monday unveiled an iPhone program for accessing its newly launched service that delivers news, photos and video to mobile phones.
AFP – Apple Monday unveiled a new version of its popular iPhone built for high-speed wireless networks with faster Internet access and more features for business users.
NewsFactor – A 3G iPhone is the Apple of the wireless world’s eye. Apple CEO Steve Jobs was expected to announce the iPhone 2.0 Monday at the opening of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
AFP – Shares in Kenyan mobile phone operator Safaricom surged by more than 50 percent on their first day of trading in Nairobi, in a glittering debut for east Africa’s biggest public stock offering.
Reuters – Nokia(NOK1V.HE), the world’s largest cellphone maker, is set to start selling a group of E-series enterprise handsets and the top-of-the-range N96 multimedia device, a senior executive said on Monday.
USATODAY.com – LOS ANGELES – Wouldn’t it be cool if you could use your cellphone to monitor activities in your home, say, to zoom in for an audio/video check of the baby’s room while you were at work, or even adjust the heat?
NewsFactor – Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference next week in San Francisco is widely expected to serve as the forum for Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ unveiling of a new 3G iPhone.