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"For those of us who live outside of Apple's distortion field, we know that 7-inch tablets will actually be a big portion of the market, and we know that Adobe Flash support actually matters to customers who want a real web experience."
-- RIM CEO Jim Balsillie (Fortune Tech)
I'd heard about this new iPhone app, but it wasn't until AT&T's (T) sales pitch landed in my inbox Thursday morning that its significance hit home.
It's called the AT&T Navigator -- a turn-by-turn GPS navigation system for your car that runs on an iPhone 3G or 3GS. From the press release and early reviews it sounds like it's packed with features, from voice activation and spoken directions to the ability MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jul 2, 2009 8:10 AM ET
|Regulators pave way for Internet "fast lane" with net neutrality rules|
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|Female gun instructors in hot demand|