Apple iPhone 4 customers can now claim the princely sum of $15 in compensation, following the settlement of a lawsuit over the phone's 'antennagate' reception problems.
Well, it's taken a long time, so let's hope it's worth it: Apple's reached agreement in a class-action lawsuit over the poor performance of the iPhone 4's antenna.
Start-up Aereo, rather bravely, is hoping to cut the cord with a new internet television service that delivers broadcast TV directly to phones, tablets, and televisions.
The 'death grip' that interferes with a smartphone's signal is real and widespread, according to scientists at the University of Bristol.
A dedicated team of Crackberry addicts has already managed to tear down and dissect RIM's flagship Blackberry Torch 9800 smartphone.
With Apple planning a press conference today to discuss the iPhone 4's reception problems, there's not much time left to jump in and castigate the company.
There is a running dialog across a number of analysts that seems to circulate around the idea that Apple is doing an experiment on how gullible, or stupid, people are.
Apple has issued an official statement rebuffing claims that its popular iPhone 4 shipped with a faulty antenna design.
Spare a thought for the other victims of the iPhone 4 antenna scandal - the company's employees. After all, they're the ones who are going to have to deal with you when you go storming in with your newly-legal handgun.