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Verizon iPhone 4 production in Nov 2010 claim Taipei tipsters

Verizon iPhone 4 production in Nov 2010 claim Taipei tipsters

Another day, another Verizon iPhone 4 rumor, and it seems DigiTimes aren't content with analysts muscling in on their supply chain sources.  They're claiming Pegatron will begin volume production of a CDMA iPhone 4 in November 2010 - a month earlier than Susquehanna Financial Group analyst Jeffrey Fidacaro suggested was the case - pumping out 3-4 million of the iOS smartphones in the first three months.

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Verizon iPhone 4 rumors flourish as analyst tips CDMA manufacture in Dec 2010

Verizon iPhone 4 rumors flourish as analyst tips CDMA manufacture in Dec 2010

The CDMA iPhone 4 rumors continue to circulate, with Susquehanna Financial Group analyst Jeffrey Fidacaro latest to speculate on the Verizon version of the Apple smartphone.  According to his latest investor note, his checks with overseas suppliers indicate Apple is on track to produce three million CDMA iPhone 4 handsets in December, with a launch likely to take place in early 2011.

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Metro PCS launch 4G LTE network & Samsung Craft featurephone

Metro PCS launch 4G LTE network & Samsung Craft featurephone

Metro PCS has followed up on its promise - and beaten far bigger rivals in the process - to launch its 4G LTE network in the US, but it's chosen a less than exciting handset to mark the occasion.  $55 per month gets you unlimited, contract-free LTE access in Metro PCS' single initial market - Las Vegas - though you'll also need to shell out $299 (after a $50 rebate) for the Samsung Craft.

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Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 Will be GSM Only Until 2011

Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 Will be GSM Only Until 2011

After just receiving confirmation that Verizon wouldn't be launching a Windows Phone 7-based device this year, it seems that Microsoft needed to get their own word in on the subject. Unfortunately, while GSM is a far more utilized network around the world, there's obviously going to be CDMA-based customers out there, like on Verizon and Sprint, who will be greatly displeased with this bit of news. But, Product Manager Greg Sullivan of Microsoft has just informed CNET that certain things needed to be done to reach the schedule Microsoft wanted, which meant that GSM had to be focused on.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab CDMA tested in wild again; official accessories outed

Samsung Galaxy Tab CDMA tested in wild again; official accessories outed

It's starting to feel like everybody has a Samsung Galaxy Tab but us, though hopefully that will change shortly after IFA 2010 next week.  The 7-inch slate has now shown up in Israel, complete with a CDMA radio, supposedly in the hands of a security app developer there.  Meanwhile, details on the Samsung Galaxy Tab's accessories have been spotted, including a QWERTY keyboard dock and Table Charging Station complete with HDMI connectivity.

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Qualcomm Searching for iPhone Developer Guru

Qualcomm Searching for iPhone Developer Guru

Here's a new article to throw into the CDMA iPhone debate. Qualcomm, who happens to be the inventor of the wireless CDMA standard, has just posted a new open job position, and it entails working on a "secret" project. Sure, there's a lot of secrets floating around the technology industry today, but we imagine that if there is indeed an iPhone/Verizon deal going down at some point, that's one of the biggest ones. Qualcomm's role in supplying the CDMA technology in the rumored Verizon iPhone has been mentioned off and on through the last few months (if not years), and this new job posting only aides those beliefs.

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Verizon iPhone and iPad About to Enter Field Testing?

Verizon iPhone and iPad About to Enter Field Testing?

It's only Monday, but we're already hearing rumors about the Verizon iPhone. Not only that, but the iPad, too. We'll let you be the judge if this is an eventful day or not. In any event, thanks to an Apple tipster speaking with Boy Genius Report, it looks like the iPhone and iPad are about ready to get kicked into some good, old-fashioned field testing. At least, that's what the code suggests, anyway.

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Apple N92 CDMA iPhone in ‘Engineering Verification Test’ Stage, Rumors Suggest

Apple N92 CDMA iPhone in ‘Engineering Verification Test’ Stage, Rumors Suggest

Another day, another iPhone rumor. And considering we're getting closer to January, the prodigal month where iPhones will start showing up on every wireless carrier imaginable, the rumors are only going to pick up. In today's instance, we've got word from John Gruber (writing for his Daring Fireball), who's a bit of a legend when it comes to Apple rumors, that development of the CDMA-based iPhone is actually right on track for a January launch. But, that doesn't necessarily mean that it's coming to Verizon.

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Twin iPad Cortex A9 refresh, Verizon CDMA iPhone 4 and AMD Fusion Apple TV all predicted for Q1 2011

Twin iPad Cortex A9 refresh, Verizon CDMA iPhone 4 and AMD Fusion Apple TV all predicted for Q1 2011

It isn't often that DigiTimes quote their own research arm as primary source, but whenever they do the rumors tend to be particularly juicy.  Today's report is no different: they're two new iPads in Q1 2011 (both 9.7- and 7-inch models) together with a CDMA iPhone hitting mass production in December 2010, and a new Apple TV based on AMD Fusion.

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Sprint and T-Mobile Merger a Possibility Thanks to Logic, According to Dan Hesse

Sprint and T-Mobile Merger a Possibility Thanks to Logic, According to Dan Hesse

Right now, Sprint is sitting high with all of their 4G talk. They've got their first 4G phone out there in the wild, and they've got 4G popping up in cities all over the United States. And while at this very moment they're using the same technology that Clearwire is (WiMAX), apparently that's still not stopping them from thinking about transitioning to LTE (Long Term Evolution) some time in the future. On top of that, a T-Mobile merger apparently holds a lot of logic.

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CDMA iPhone 4 in Q4 2010 rumors resurface

CDMA iPhone 4 in Q4 2010 rumors resurface

The iPhone 4 launch gave us little respite from the persistent rumors that Apple is working on a CDMA version of the smartphone for Verizon, and sure enough here's another set of mysterious "sources from component makers" tipping imminent EVDO iPhones.  According to DigiTimes, Pegatron is currently manufacturing CDMA iPhone 4 units in their Shanghai production facilities, with the handsets set to begin shipping to Apple in Q4 2010.

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Google Announces Google Phone Store Won’t be Selling Phones Anymore

Google Announces Google Phone Store Won’t be Selling Phones Anymore

Well, that's odd. Back in January, when Google officially unveiled the Nexus One to the world, the other big announcement was the Google Phone Store, where they would be selling the device. The Store wasn't meant to just sell the Nexus One, or at least that was what the original goal seemed to be. Google's ideas to sell multiple phones, to multiple carriers seemed like a great idea, until they began to run into some road blocks. Which, apparently, have lead to the result of the actual selling of phones through the digital retail shop.

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