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Best Buy to Offer iPhone 4 Customers Free Zagg Shield

Best Buy (BBY) offering a free side shield to anyone who has or will buy an iPhone 4 from it, retailer says, responding to concerns about the Apple (AAPL) phone’s antenna. Retailer says the Zagg (ZAGG) shield, which retails for $9.99, and free installation will also be offered to Reward Zone customers Source: DowJones

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100 million Facebook pages leaked on torrent site

A folder containing more then 100 million facebook pages has surfaced on a torrent site. The near 3GB torrent file was collected by hacker Ron Bowes of Skull Security, who created a web crawler program that harvested data on users contained in Facebook’s open access directory, which lists all users who haven’t bothered to change their privacy settings to make their pages …

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Motorola taking more shots at Apple with new Droid X Ad

Another full page Droid X ad is hitting newspapers tomorrow and it takes a huge swing at Apple  and its  free bumper giveaway. At Motorola, we believe a customer shouldn’t have to dress up their phone for it to work properly.  That’s why the DROID X comes with a dual antenna design.  The kind that allows you to hold the phone …

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RIM Down 4.7% As Comments By Foreign Governments Weigh

TORONTO (Dow Jones)–Shares of Blackberry maker Research In Motion Ltd. (RIMM) are down 4.7% Tuesday, at least in part on fears that its surging international growth could be crimped by foreign governments seeking access to content on the device. Concerns about the timing of the release of a key new BlackBerry device may also be weighing on the stock. Three …

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Blackberry 6

  To say RIM has a lot riding on BlackBerry 6 is an understatement. With new kids on the block like Android and iOS stepping in with lustworthy apps and attractive UIs, the BlackBerrys have been sitting in a corner BBMing everyone else at the party trying to convince them of its sustained utility. Regardless, the latest tease on the …

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Apple Faces Lawsuit Over iPad Overheating

Apple Inc., the world’s most valuable technology company, was sued over claims its iPad tablet overheats and fails to operate properly in warm conditions. The complaint, filed July 23 in federal court in Oakland, California, seeks unspecified damages and class action, or group, status. It claims the iPad “does not live up to the reasonable consumer’s expectations created by Apple” …

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Magic TrackPad

The new Magic Trackpad is the first Multi-Touch trackpad designed to work with your Mac desktop computer. It uses the same Multi-Touch technology you love on the MacBook Pro. The new accessory supports a full set of gestures, including two-finger scrolling, pinching to zoom, rotating with your fingertips, three-finger swiping and four finger recognition. Meanwhile, tapping or double tapping on …

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Apple Battery Charger

One of Apple’s more interesting product announcements today was its Apple Battery Charger, designed to keep the company’s increasing array of wireless peripheral devices powered up. While we briefly mentioned the release in our coverage of Apple’s new Magic Trackpad that utilizes the rechargeable AA batteries Apple is now offering along with the charger, the batteries and charger themselves bear …

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Dell Streak retailing for $299 with contract

  So, Dell still won’t say when it will actually start selling and shipping the Streak in the US, but it did clear up a bit of confusion. First off, folks who register with the Streak pre-sale on Dell.com between July 20th and July 27th (yeah, today is the last day) get first access at ordering the phone. Pre-sale-ers will …

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