Nearly half the staff has been laid off. It's time to sell the social-networking also-ran while it still has value.
The company funds a study on its iAd format, and says the ads are much more effective than traditional television spots.
The carrier may slow its wireless network for its top 5% of users.
The iPhone's well-received launch on Verizon's network could inspire a mass migration and even reignite the Nasdaq.
Existing customers get a crack at the phone a week before everybody else.
On the eve of the Apple iPhone's much-anticipated debut on Verizon's wireless network, it may not matter that the phone is stale, a new one is coming and not everyone can afford it.
Unified payment plans, a special Amazon store and a social app show the iPhone isn't the only gadget in town.
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