Well why not blame Steve Jobs?Operator O2 said that people in London England had their service disrupted because of a strain on the network caused by the iPhone and other smartphones.
O2 had an exclusive deal to sell iPhones in the United Kingdom until last month, but told the Financial Times that an 18 percent rise in data traffic since the beginning of this year had caused problems.
The segment is hot, hot hotStrong demand for LCD TVs and lower pricing are both contributing to increased sales of the units.
Market research company DisplaySearch said that in Q3 2009, sales were up year on year in terms of units for the first time in a year.
And next year that growth will continue, with the analysts predicting total shipments will rise from 205 million units this year to 218 million units next year. That represents a six percent increase.
March of the molars
Scientists say people will soon be able to replace lost teeth by growing new ones.
A 'bud' of cells capable of growing into a new tooth will be implanted where the missing one used to be. The procedure can be performed under local anesthetic and the new tooth grows within a few months of the cells being implanted.
Drops "challenging" Cell architecture
Firm tipped as buy, FTC won't biteA refusal by Intel to license its buses and X86 IP led the FTC to begin its investigation into the chip giant, according to a financial analyst.
In a note to its clients, Broadpoint.Amtech said that the FTC investigation is unlikely to have any material effects on Intel's business, and won't give an uptick to Nvidia eithr.
The financial analysts are recommending "buy" on Intel's stocks (tick: INTC).
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Further confirmation that machine is on its way
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Median price hits $242.50
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