The way consumers use Apple's mobile phone (i.e., constantly) means big headaches for carrier AT&T. And more smartphones are on the way.
At the South by Southwest music, film, and interactive fest in Texas earlier this year, the iPhone was all the rage -- and not in a good way.
The device proved so popular with Internet-addicted attendees that AT&T's wireless network in the city of Austin buckled under the strain, all MOREJon Fortt - Aug 28, 2009 9:33 AM ET
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