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Verizon Could Avoid FCC Woes with Honest Billing

Analysis: If Verizon is taking a subsidy as part of your bill every month, Verizon should say exactly how much on the bill is subsidized.

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Google Phone Is Coming, May Be VoIP Device

Analysis: The Google phone rumor is back, and better than ever -- the device is due in January and will operate over VoIP, most likely Google's Voice/Gizmo5 service.

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Apple vs. Psystar: What's Left to Fight Over

A judge agrees with Apple that the clone-maker violated its copyright, but the case isn't closed.

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Snow Leopard Update Nukes Atom Support

Apple's Snow Leopard 10.6.2 update kills support for Intel Atom/netbooks — netbook users running Intel Atom likely won't be able to upgrade beyond 10.6.1.

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App Store Hits 100,000 Apps -- Does Apple See the Irony?

Apple has been hyping the number of apps available for the iPhone, but that's not how the company promotes the Mac OS.

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Apple's Monthly TV Service May Mean Tablet's on the Way

Apple's $30-per-month TV service would be built into iTunes and run across all of Apple's products — and it has tablet written all over it.

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Apple Claims Apple TV Is 'Still a Hobby' — Seriously

AppleTV isn't actively being worked on. Here's a theory: Apple has had all of their best talent in the past two years working round the clock on the Tablet, so the AppleTV gets neglected.

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Google Navigation Is Cool, But It's No Garmin-Killer

Google Navigation will be popular, but it's not quite time to give up on portable navigation devices and software just yet.

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Comparing Google Map Nav to iPhone GPS

When it comes to turn-by-turn navigation Google and Apple have two different approaches.

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