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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up, May 9th 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up, May 9th 2011

The biggest news this week is Google I/O, coming up tomorrow. We will be there live, so be sure to stay tuned for all the exciting announcements, and of course our analysis. In other news this morning, the Apple brand may be one of the most valuable in the world, even more than Google. And we know people love Apple products, but, let's not fight about them, mmmkay? And we are continuing to follow the Sony PlayStation Network story, as Sony has just announced that it will be the end of May before they get up and running fully again. Plus, NVIDIA and Icera, news about the Nexux S 4G, yet another Android tablet, and one that's a little different, and lots lots more.

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Is this the white iPhone 5 again?

Is this the white iPhone 5 again?

Early last week we had some videos crop up that begged for speculation on whether they were the white iPhone 4 or a white prototype of the iPhone 5. Studying the images now, you will see that the proximity sensor is a bit different than that of the images purported to be an actual white iPhone 4 accidentally sold early from a Vodafone UK store. And now we have yet another image leak to get us wondering again.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap Up – April 25th 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap Up – April 25th 2011

In the news this morning: soon you will be able to get a white iPhone 4 that also "will not track you", and Google's mind control claims an unfortunate victim. Also, a superfast gaming notebook from ORIGIN, a crazy thin Thinkpad, and an update for the Nook Color. And a cell tower you can pack away in your suitcase.

We also have lots of tablet news: Acer, Lenovo and Dell are planning new slates. And in the Android world, the G2X will soon get a serving of Gingerbread, Skype has solved problems with its Android app, and Amazon will give you $$ for Android apps. We are also keeping an eye on the PlayStation Network, which is still down after an "external intrusion". Read on for more.

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White iPhone 4 to hit Best Buy on April 27

White iPhone 4 to hit Best Buy on April 27

Way back when the iPhone 4 was first unveiled you were supposed to be able to get the smartphone in either white or black colors to suit your tastes. We even got our hands on the white version a bit and it looked pretty cool. That white iPhone 4 became a bit of a myth, as it was never able to come to market thanks to problems with the white paint and getting it to match phones made by different suppliers. That means for the entire life of the iPhone 4 so far the black version is all we have had.

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White iPhone 4 by end of April according to sources

White iPhone 4 by end of April according to sources

When we were at the event where the iPhone 4 was launched, the device was on hand in both black and white colors. The only version to come to AT&T was the black smartphone with the white one having some sort of undisclosed issues with production at the time. We later learned that Apple was having issues with the white paint peeling and getting the color to match between makers of the iPhone 4.

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White iPhone 4 To Debut In April For AT&T Only?

White iPhone 4 To Debut In April For AT&T Only?

The elusive white iPhone 4 may finally make its appearance next month, according to Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The white version is believed to ship in April and will be limited to a GSM version for now, meaning only AT&T customers get to rejoice. No timeline has been suggested for a CDMA version for Verizon.

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Best Buy clears shelf space for white iPhone 4

Best Buy clears shelf space for white iPhone 4

The first time we saw Steve Jobs pull the iPhone 4 out of his pocket we were supposed to be able to get the smartphone in black or white colors just as we have for a while now with the iPhone 3GS. As it turned out the process used to paint the iPhone 4 white had some issues and we still don’t have the smartphone in white (at least not officially) today.

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