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posted in June 2008

The iPhone 1.0 Should Be Cheap Now. Right?

When Steve Jobs said the iPhone 3G was going to start at $199, I immediately figured I could cop a cheap first-generation one on Craigslist or eBay. It's only logical to think Apple addicts would ditch their handsets for the latest and greatest, and that would lead to great online bargains.

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Garmin Goes To The Dogs

We're seeing GPS in a ton of cell phones lately, but Garmin thinks humans shouldn't be the only ones who get the benefits of these satellites. The company has released a GPS-enabled dog collar to ensure that you know the location of your pooch.

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Helio Kicking The Bucket?

Don't call it a phone company. In fact, don't bother calling it at all, because various reports are saying that Helio will follow in the footsteps of Disney Mobile, ESPN Mobile, and various other defunct mobile virtual network operators.

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Verizon To Feature Visual Voicemail

If you're a fan of the iPhone's much-touted Visual Voicemail but can't possibly see yourself signing up for AT&T's service, you may be in luck. It looks like Verizon Wireless is slated to rock this feature on select handsets this summer.

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Sony To Blow Other Cameraphones Out Of The Water

While the iPhone 3G is getting much of the hype right now, it still has what many consider a lackluster camera. Sony Ericsson looks to be readying a new flagship smartphone for its Cyber-shot line that will pack a whopping 8.1-megapixel camera.

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Alternatives To The iPhone 3G

It's almost a cliché to say the original iPhone was a game-changer, but it was. Apple's so-called "Jesus phone" was well-received by critics and adored by consumers. It can be credited with bringing the smartphone to the masses, as well as a slew of touch-screen imitators.

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