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Verizon iPhone 4 Prices and Specs Listed [NOT LTE!]

Verizon iPhone 4 Prices and Specs Listed [NOT LTE!]

We're live at the Verizon event today and we've got the prices now: $199 for 16GB model; $299 for 32GB model. This phone is due in stores February 10th - this is because they say they're trying to assure consumers their network capacity will deliver in the quality VZ consumers expect. Will we get to try out a review model today? Maybe - maybe not. That date might be too far out into outer space to have a review model on hand now.

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Verizon iPhone 4 Announced

Verizon iPhone 4 Announced

We're sitting inside (well, a couple of us are inside,) and we're waiting for the event to begin - this should happen momentarily. For not though, have a look at the few pics we've already snapped up and note that our main man Lowell C. McAdam is announcing the show. He says that Verizon is to bring their broadband power to all kinds of screens on all kinds of devices - that LTE will blanket the US in the next three years - that LTE amps up the speed by 10 and cuts latency in half. He notes that LTE is capable of meeting the needs of the most demanding media customers that that it puts Verison at the hub of the wheel of what is driving the industry.

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World iPad with multi-mode GSM/CDMA modem tipped for 2011

World iPad with multi-mode GSM/CDMA modem tipped for 2011

Having heard earlier this morning that Apple suppliers are allegedly preparing for mass-production of iPad 2 PCBs in February 2011, now there's speculation on what components might be fixed to them. AllThingsD quotes Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair, who reckons Apple has picked Qualcomm's multi-mode GSM/CDMA modem for a so-called "World iPad" that could use AT&T and Verizon data networks.

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Verizon “excited” about Windows Phone 7; will offer devices as soon as Microsoft has them

Verizon “excited” about Windows Phone 7; will offer devices as soon as Microsoft has them

Verizon didn't seem particularly bothered, back in October, to be left out of the Windows Phone 7 launch fun; CEO Lowell McAdam said Microsoft was no longer a major player in the smartphone OS market, and that the company was "not at the forefront of our mind." Now, while analysts can't agree on how many Windows Phone 7 devices were actually sold in the US, it seems the halo effect of the new platform has rubbed off on Verizon; the carrier is now apparently "excited" to offer the devices as soon as they can get them.

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Sprint CEO thanks iPad for hotspot sales; coy on Apple relationship

Sprint CEO thanks iPad for hotspot sales; coy on Apple relationship

Neither Sprint 3G or 4G is inside the iPad, and - unlike AT&T and Verizon - the carrier doesn't even sell the Apple tablet in its stores, but that doesn't stop CEO Dan Hesse from being mighty thankful to the slate all the same.  According to Hesse, brisk sales of the carrier's 3G/4G Overdrive mobile hotspot are for the large part down to WiFi-only iPad users wanting to get online via Sprint's CDMA/WiMAX network.  However, he declined to talk to GigaOm about the iPhone and potential relationships with Apple.

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