Jared Newman

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Mid-August iPhone 5? Don’t Bet On It

Sometimes with Apple rumors, a little common sense goes a long way.

The latest scuttlebutt says that Apple will release the iPhone 5 in mid-August, based on several U.K. job postings for iPhone sales specialists. According to CNet UK, the posting by recruitment firm Reed seeks “full-time iPhone Sales Staff for an exciting project” …

AT&T Announces 4G LTE Devices, but No Network Yet

AT&T is still working to get its 4G LTE network online, but has gone ahead and announced its first two LTE devices anyway.

AT&T’s LTE network will launch this summer with a USB stick called the Momentum 4G and a portable Wi-Fi hotspot called the Elevate 4G. The USB stick will cost $50 with a two-year contract and the mobile hotspot, …

Read the Philly Papers? Get a Half-Price Android Tablet

Android tablets still not cheap enough for you? One newspaper publisher wants to help out.

The Philadelphia Media Network, publisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News, announced that it’ll sell deeply discounted Android tablets—half-price or less—when bundled with newspaper subscriptions.

The tablets will …

3G Rumored for Next iPod Touch

Optional 3G connectivity may liberate Apple’s next iPod Touch from the confines of Wi-Fi hotspots.

The rumor, reported by AppleSpot.nl and kindly translated by a reader at 9to5Mac, says that users will be able to pop a 3G SIM card into the iPod Touch and subscribe to a data plan of their choosing. AT&T and Verizon Wireless already offer

Big Media Goes Easy with ‘Six Strikes’ Anti-Piracy Measures

The music, movie and television industries are teaming up with Internet service providers to fight piracy, but in a rather lenient way.

As rumored, several Internet providers—AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Verizon—have agreed to punish people who repeatedly share copyrighted materials. But they’ll only do so after

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