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AT&T to Offer MobileProtect for $13.99 a Month

AT&T to Offer MobileProtect for $13.99 a Month

If you've got an iPhone, then you're painfully aware that the only way to insure your precious Apple mobile device, is to go through Apple themselves. While their AppleCare plan is top-notch, it may still be too pricey for some. So here comes AT&T to (finally) save the day. There's a bit of bad news thrown into the mix of good, though, so click after the break to find out if MobileProtect is right for you.

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Apple Applies for Patent to Pause and Resume Media on Separate Devices

Apple Applies for Patent to Pause and Resume Media on Separate Devices

Apple certainly loves their patents. Even if they don't have any plans to actually implement the idea into the physical world for several years, they're quick about snapping up those patents. It's a plan that's worked for them over the years, and they're probably not going to stop any time soon. This time around, they've got a patent that could see you playing a video on your Apple TV, pausing it there, and then picking up right where you left off on your Apple mobile device.

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Steve Ballmer Won’t be Making it to WWDC, or Dancing With the Stars

Steve Ballmer Won’t be Making it to WWDC, or Dancing With the Stars

Well, that was quick. We had brought you a story earlier today, about a particular analyst out there who believed, pretty strongly, that Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, would actually be making an appearance at this year's WWDC. You know, the one that's built around Apple's developer community, and where they're likely to announce the next iPhone. Apparently Ballmer was going to show up to announce something like Silverlight on the iPhone, or to announce iPhone OS and Mac development tools in Visual Studio 2010. Yeah, it was unbelievable, and sure enough, none of it's true.

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Verizon Wireless Customers Want the iPhone

Verizon Wireless Customers Want the iPhone

At least, that's what a new report from an analyst says. How many of them? Not all of them, as some people might think, but a pretty healthy number. The trouble is, it sounds to us like AT&T still has an exclusive deal with the iPhone, and it doesn't look to us like Apple's Steve Jobs is going to come out on stage and announce another carrier for the Cupertino-based company's handset. Then again, there's definitely rumors galore with the iPhone HD making an appearance on Verizon Wireless --and now even Sprint--, so just how many Verizon Wireless customers want the iPhone?

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Apple iPhone 3G 8GB Orders No Longer Being Placed for AT&T

Apple iPhone 3G 8GB Orders No Longer Being Placed for AT&T

At this point, even if you don't count the countless sightings of the iPhone HD, there's enough evidence out there to suggest, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that a new iteration of the iPhone is coming. Sure, it could all be a bunch of nonsense, and people piecing up a puzzle that means ultimately nothing, but we're firm believers in what we can see. And, just like you, we've seen plenty. Take this for example: looks like AT&T is no longer placing orders for the iPhone 3G, 8GB version.

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Steve Jobs confirmed for WWDC 2010 keynote

Steve Jobs confirmed for WWDC 2010 keynote

Pushing out a press release confirming that CEO Steve Jobs will be taking to the stage at WWDC 2010 for the opening keynote is unlikely to save Apple from accusations of an over-talkative PR machine, but it all helps pave the way for a likely next-gen iPhone HD debut on June 7th.  Jobs will be taking a break from dictating Apple's movements by email to open the developer conference at 10am PST, and SlashGear will be there to liveblog the whole thing.

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Jobs: “You won’t be disappointed” by WWDC 2010

Jobs: “You won’t be disappointed” by WWDC 2010

Steve Jobs has been flexing his typing fingers again, this time dealing with the PR fall-out after Google IO last week.  Two iPhone-lovers got in touch with the Apple CEO to ask whether he agrees that Google stands a chance of surpassing the Cupertino company, as well as if he has something particularly juicy up his sleeve at WWDC 2010.

The answers, unsurprisingly, are upbeat.  Steve reckons there's "not a chance" that Google is leapfrogging Apple with the direction in which they're taking Android, and as for WWDC 2010 despite the existing iPhone HD leaks we've seen he still thinks we "won't be disappointed".

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