Arn / MacRumors:
New iOS Feature Coming: ‘Find My Friends’ — Some further digging into the newly released iOS 4.3 developer build has revealed settings for a new feature called “Find My Friends”. The strings are associated with the Settings app and is related to “MobileMe”.
Discussion: Computerworld, Engadget, SAI, 9 to 5 Mac, iLounge, TiPb, Softpedia News, MacStories, Geeky-Gadgets, The Next Web and MacNN
Ben Camm-Jones / Computerworld: Location-based feature coming in iOS 4.3?
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / SAI: Is Apple Building A Mobile Social Network?
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: iOS 4.3: Gains ‘Find My Friends’?
Charles Starrett / iLounge: iOS 4.3: ‘Find My Friends’ feature, new devices found
Brian Tufo / TiPb: Find My Friends feature hidden in iOS 4.3?
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Also in iOS 4.3: “Find My Friends”, iPad 2 Camera Files
Roland Hutchinson / Geeky-Gadgets: MobileMe ‘Find My Friends’ Feature Found In iOS 4.3
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
iPad 2 will take pics, shoot flicks — We found four interesting files in the latest SDK and they all amount to the next-generation iPad having a camera. You will notice the same shutter screen as found on the iPhone and iPod touch in addition to camera roll icons for videos and pictures.
Discussion: MacRumors, ITworld.com, The Next Web, RazorianFly, O'Grady's PowerPage, MacStories, Electronista, Electricpig.co.uk and Softpedia News, Thanks:9to5mac
Ryan Faas / ITworld.com: Apple's iOS 4.3 to bring many features along with the mobile hotspot option
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: iOS 4.3 beta code points towards Verizon iPad 2, iPhone variants …
Federico Viticci / MacStories: References of New iPhones and iPads Spotted in iOS 4.3
Jennifer Allan / Electricpig.co.uk: iPad 2: SDK reveals camera
Ross Miller / Engadget:
iOS 4.3 code reveals new iPhone and iPad models, rumor mill suggests a dislike of the home button — History lesson, folks. If you dig far enough into iOS's code, you'll eventually come across iPhone3,1, which is the AT&T iPhone 4, and the analogous iPhone3,2 (i.e. Verizon iPhone).
Discussion: Telegraph, MacStories, iPhone, 9 to 5 Mac, pocketnow.com, Fonehome.co.uk, Neowin.net, RazorianFly, MacRumors, Softpedia News and Phones Review
Shane Richmond / Telegraph: Apple's iOS update gives hints on future of iPhone and iPad
Federico Viticci / MacStories: With iOS 4.3, Apple Drops iPhone 3G Support (and iPod Touch 2nd gen)
J.R. Bookwalter / iPhone: iOS 4.3 May Introduce “Find My Friends” Feature, New Models and More
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Looky here, more iOS devices found in iOS 4.3
Matthew Jones / Neowin.net: iOS 4.3 beta hints at new iPhone, iPads
Federico Viticci / MacStories:
Apple Releases iOS 4.3 Beta — A few minutes ago Apple releases iOS 4.3 beta to developers. It's available now in the iOS Dev Center. The beta is available for iOS devices and the second generation Apple TV. Supported iOS mobile devices are iPad, iPhone 4 and 3GS, iPod touch 2nd, 3rd and 4th gen. Build number is 8F5148b.
Discussion: Digital Trends, Yahoo! News, PC World, Engadget, Post Tech, 9 to 5 Mac, DailyTech, BGR, Softpedia News, MacRumors, Inquirer, O'Grady's PowerPage, Appletell, AppleInsider, iThinkDifferent, Phones Review, Pocket-lint, IntoMobile, The Apple Core Blog, I4U News, RazorianFly, Redmond Pie, BlogsDNA, SAI, LAPTOP Magazine, Go Rumors, App Advice, SlashGear, TechCrunch, Neowin.net and The Next Web, Thanks:i6laswegian
Aemon Malone / Digital Trends: Beta version of iOS 4.3 released to developers, confirms GSM Hotspot support
Ben Patterson / Yahoo! News: Tablet makers phasing out the “home” key
Ian Paul / PC World: Top 5 Discoveries In Apple's iOS 4.3 Beta
Hayley Tsukayama / Post Tech: The Circuit: NTIA worried about LightSquared, Winklevoss twins …
Mark Kurlyandchik / DailyTech: New Features on iOS 4.3, No More Home Button on iPads & iPhones
Zach Epstein / BGR: New goodies found in iOS 4.3; multitouch gestures for iPad, more
Spencer Dalziel / Inquirer: Apple releases IOS SDK 4.3 beta
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: Apple releases iOS 4.3 beta to developer community
Jake Gaecke / Appletell: iOS 4.3 Beta at towards new features
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: VIDEO: iPad multi-finger gestures in iOS 4.3
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Apple releases iOS 4.3 Beta: Everything you need to know [Multitouch Gestures!]
Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core Blog: Apple releases iOS 4.3b1 with airplay, gestures and hotspot (sort of)
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: iOS 4.3 Beta released with Hotspot and New Gestures
Sandip Dedhia / BlogsDNA: How to Activate Multitouch Gestures on iPad 4.3 iOS
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: iOS 4.3 Beta Update - New Features Explained
Alexander Vaughn / App Advice: Apple Releases iOS 4.3 Beta To Developers - Adds Many Great New Features
Evan Selleck / SlashGear: iOS 4.3 Beta Released
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: What iOS 4.3, And Specifically The New Multi-Touch Gestures, May Say About iPad 2
Simon Andrews / Neowin.net: Apple releases beta of iOS 4.3, AppleTV software to developers [Updated]
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: Apps with AirPlay, new gestures and hotspot support coming to iOS devices in 4.3
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR:
Exclusive: Apple will remove home button on next iPad and iPhone; Photo Booth and iLife coming? — We just got some pretty wild information from one of our Apple sources and while it's hard to believe at first, it does make sense. We have exclusively been told that the reason Apple …
Discussion: Hardware 2.0 Blog, Examiner, Computerworld, blogs.telegraph.co.uk, Network World, Gizmodo, MacRumors, MacStories, TUAW, Gearlog, Redmond Pie, Zatz Not Funny!, iPhone, AppleInsider, GottaBeMobile, O'Grady's PowerPage, I4U News, Know Your Cell, Softpedia News, SlashGear, Gadget Lab, Gadgets DNA, Geeky-Gadgets, Pulse2, Covering Web, Fonehome.co.uk, RazorianFly, The Huffington Post, Apple Headlines, Electricpig.co.uk, BlogsDNA, pocketnow.com, 9 to 5 Mac, Electronista, SAI, ITProPortal, Phones Review, Geek.com, Daring Fireball, Pocket-lint, PhoneArena, iClarified, iPhone Savior and Go Rumors
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0 Blog: Apple to ditch “Home” button from iPhone and iPad? Don't bet on it!
Michael Santo / Examiner: Apple rumored to remove Home button from next-gen iPhones, iPads
Ben Camm-Jones / Computerworld: Report: Apple to remove Home button on iPad 2, iPhone 5?
Shane Richmond / blogs.telegraph.co.uk: Will Apple really remove the Home button from future iOS devices?
Rosa Golijan / Gizmodo: Watch the iPad's New Secret Tricks
Federico Viticci / MacStories: How To Enable Multi-Touch Gestures On iOS 4.3 for iPad [Beta]
Chris Rawson / TUAW: Will the iPad and iPhone home buttons go away? Probably not
Brian Heater / Gearlog: iPad 2 May Drop Home Button - Report
Taimur Asad / Redmond Pie: What's New in iOS 4.3 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch
Dave Zatz / Zatz Not Funny!: iOS 4.3, The Secrets Within
J.R. Bookwalter / iPhone: Apple Removing Home Button from Next-Gen iPad, iPhone?
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Apple to Drop Home Button With iOS 4.3?
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: Rumor: Apple may remove “Home” button from future generations of iOS devices
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Apple rumored to remove the Home Button on new iPad and iPhone …
Sean Fallon / Know Your Cell: Apple rumored to be ditching the home button in upcoming iPad and iPhone models
Softpedia News: iPhone 5, Next-Gen iPads Will Do Away with the Physical Home Button, Report Suggests
Chris Davies / SlashGear: iPad & iPhone ditching home button; “Find My Friends” and new apps incoming?
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: New Multitouch Gestures Lead to Buttonless iPad Rumors
Roland Hutchinson / Geeky-Gadgets: iPad 2 And iPhone 5 Will Not Feature A Home Button
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Future Apple iPhones and iPads Will Not Have A Home Button [RUMOR]
Gamal Sabry / Covering Web: Apple to Remove Home Button on iPad 2 and iPhone 5
Bianca Bosker / The Huffington Post: iPhone, iPad To Lose Home Button?
Mic Wright / Electricpig.co.uk: iPad 2 and iPhone 5: no home button there?
Sandip Dedhia / BlogsDNA: Next Generation iPad & iPhone to Come Without Home Button ?
Stephen Schenck / pocketnow.com: Apple Releases iOS 4.3 Beta With Hotspot, Improved AirPlay
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Poll: iOS devices to lose their home buttons?
Desire Athow / ITProPortal: Apple Set To Remove Home Button In iPhone 5, iPad 2
Brett James / Geek.com: Next iPad & iPhone models to lose Home button?
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: iPad 2 and iPhone 5 to get rid of the home button
Ray Basile / iPhone Savior: Apple Removing Home Button On iPad and iPhone
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: No Home Button On Next Generation iPhone & iPad?
John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Can the New iOS 4.3 Switching Gestures Obviate the Home Button? — A bunch of DF readers on Twitter are wondering whether the new four-finger gestures in today's iOS 4.3 developer beta suggest that Apple might remove the Home button from future iOS hardware. I think not.
Discussion: MacRumors, Computerworld, TiPb, TUAW, The Next Web, MacStories and everythingiCafe
Victor Agreda, Jr / TUAW: New iOS beta released offering new gestures, Xcode updated …
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: Could the iPad 2 lose its home button? iOS 4.3 says yes.
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Next iPhones and iPads To Lose Home Button? Not So Fast
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Will The iPhone and iPad Kill The Home Button?
Conrad Saam / Search Engine Land:
Google vs. Bing: The Fallacy Of The Superior Search Engine — I can still remember when my when I first switched over to Google on the recommendation of my brother's girlfriend. She's literally a rocket scientist and carries a lot of intellectual weight with me; her endorsement was fairly simple - “it returns great results”.
Discussion: Google Operating System and State of Search
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System: Spell Checker for Gmail Search
Barry Adams / State of Search: We're tired of Google, it's time for a change
Peter Yared / VentureBeat:
Google already knows its search sucks (and is working to fix it) — It's a popular notion these days Google has lost its “mojo” due to failed products like Google Wave, Google Buzz, and Google TV. But Google's core business — Web search — has come under fire recently for being the ultimate in failed tech products.
Discussion: broadstuff and Peter Yared's Musings, more at Mediagazer »
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR:
Exclusive: BlackBerry Dakota gets pictured; the touch and type BlackBerry you've been waiting for — We just got our hands on the first ever photo of the BlackBerry Dakota — you know, the device that's going to sit right at the head of the BlackBerry family dinner table.
Kevin Michaluk / CrackBerry.com blogs: BlackBerry 6.1 Application Platform Announced at DevCon Asia!
Matt Brian / The Next Web: BlackBerry Dakota Photo and Specifications Outed
Eric Calouro / Erictric: Research In Motion's BlackBerry Dakota Leaks
Matt Burns / MobileCrunch: BlackBerry Dakota Leaked, The Ultimate BB QWERTY Keypad Touchscreen Mash-up
Pathik Shah / Techie Buzz: Blackberry Dakota Images and Specifications Leaked
Roland Hutchinson / Geeky-Gadgets: BlackBerry Dakota Specifications And Picture Leaked
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: Leak: BlackBerry Dakota Specs Are Best Yet (For RIM, That Is)
Jason Cipriani / Know Your Cell: BlackBerry Dakota picture and specs leaked
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: BlackBerry Dakota pictured and detailed
Laura June / Engadget: BlackBerry Dakota photo, specifications leak
Jay Yarow / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider:
AOL'S NEW PROBLEM: Mike Arrington — When AOL bought TechCrunch last September, the first question on everyone's lips was, “How long could Mike Arrington possibly last as an AOL employee?” — Yesterday, four months after the deal, we may have begun to learn the answer to that question.
Discussion: Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim, more at Mediagazer »
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Real Blogs Don't Buy Ads On Google
Real Blogs Don't Buy Ads On Google
Discussion: SAI and Darren Herman
Ryan Kim / GigaOM:
Late Surge On Internet Deals Heat Up VC Funding — 2010 ended with a bang for start-up funding with deals and dollars hitting an eight-quarter high in the fourth quarter of 2010. Buoyed by a raft of Internet deals, fourth quarter VC funding hit $6.5 billion spread out over 735 deals.
Discussion: CB Insights, Mass High Tech, NYConvergence.com, Xconomy, Software, Interrupted and ReadWriteWeb
Galen Moore / Mass High Tech: Report: VC deals, dollars up in 2010 on strong Q4
Bruce V. Bigelow / Xconomy: December Surge of Internet Deals Carries Venture Capital to Two-Year High
Dave Rosenberg / Software, Interrupted: Venture funding hits two-year high in 2010
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Year-End VC Report Shows Strength of Internet & Early Stage Investment
Ingrid Lunden / mocoNews:
Mobile VC Investment Was A Massive $6.1B In 2010. Google, Intel Led The Way
Mobile VC Investment Was A Massive $6.1B In 2010. Google, Intel Led The Way
Discussion: PhoneArena and Mobile Entertainment, Thanks:dangilmartin
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Millennial: For The First Time, Android Surpasses iOS Mobile Ad Impression Share — This has been a significant few weeks for Millennial Media. The ad network just closed a $27.5 million investment round, announced that the company had tripled its revenue in 2010, and today, is releasing one of its more noteworthy monthly reports.
Discussion: GigaOM, mocoNews, Mashable!, Electronista, The Register and WebProNews
Sarah Kessler / Mashable!: Android Surpasses Apple as the Leading OS on Mobile Ad Network
Rik Myslewski / The Register: Android passes iPhone in mobile ad race
Allen Kiehl / AndroidSPIN:
Breaking: T-Mobile internals confirm Samsung is holding the Android world Hostage — We recently received a tip from someone we feel is a reliable source. The information in the tip has just confirmed everything we have ever thought about Samsung, OTA's and new devices.
Dean Wilson / TechEye: Samsung holding back Android updates to drive sales
Robert Nelson / Thoughts from the Sidelines: T-Mobile Samsung Vibrant May Not Be Getting Android 2.2 Due …
Andrew Munchbach / BGR: Samsung stifling Android 2.2 update for T-Mobile's Vibrant, tips anonymous insider
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Rumor: Original Samsung Vibrant Froyo Update Being Purposely Held Due …
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Samsung Allegedly Doesn't Want T-Mobile to Release Android 2.2 …
Jason Perlow / Tech Broiler Blog:
Google's H.264 decision: It's all about YouTube costs — Everyone wants to boil down Google's decision to remove H.264 support from Chrome to be a religious one. To me, it's obviously infrastructure-related. — Ah, the smell of religious fervor in the morning. Do you smell it? That flame-war smell.
Ed Burnette / Ed Burnette's Dev Connection Blog: Chrome users are the latest casualty in Google's crusade against Apple
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0 Blog: Is Google after an H.264 free lunch?
Tom Krazit / Relevant Results: The backlash over Google's HTML5 video bet
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: Ed Bott on Google's H.264/WebM Decision
Ljuba Miljkovic / Adaptive Path: Google's Video Format War
Ed Bott / Ed Bott's Microsoft Report Blog: By dropping H.264, is Google avoiding a trap or walking into one?
Mike Masnick / Techdirt: Rock & A Hard Place: Will Google Dropping H.264 Lead To Antitrust Questions?
George Ou / Digital Society: Google angling for free H.264 plugin
Geoff Gasior / The Tech Report: Hardware WebM video decoder design released
Taylor Buley / Forbes: Google Challenges Apple And Microsoft-Backed Video Technology
Brett Terpstra / TUAW: Google nixes direct H.264 support in Chrome
Awaneesh Verma / The Official Google Blog:
A new look for Google Translate for Android — (Cross-posted from the Google Mobile Blog and Translate Blog) — When we launched the first version of Google Translate for Android in January 2010, we were excited about the year ahead. For the first time, we were bringing the capabilities supported …
Discussion: Inquirer, Techland, Epicenter, IntoMobile, Gizmodo, Geeky-Gadgets, Daily Mail, Softpedia News, L.A. Times Tech Blog, TechCrunch, ThinkMobile, Erictric, Eurodroid, Go Rumors, ReadWriteWeb and Geek.com
David Neal / Inquirer: Google does Android auto translate
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Google Translate for Android getting conversation mode
Roland Hutchinson / Geeky-Gadgets: Google Translate For Android Gets Updated
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Google Translate on Android gets experimental Conversation Mode
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: ¡Increíble! …
Frank McPherson / ThinkMobile: Let Android Translate For You
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Introduces Instantaneous Conversation Translation to Google …
Stephaine Larsson / Go Rumors: Google Translate App For Android Now In Conversation Mode
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Google's Conversation Translation Looks Like a Gimmick
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Conversation translation added to Google Translate on Android
Read It Later Blog:
Is Mobile Affecting When We Read? — Printed media used to allow us to read in the places we found most comfortable. When you imagine yourself reading the newspaper it's probably in your favorite chair, at the breakfast table, or at the cafe with an orange mocha frappuccino in your hand.
Discussion: blogs.chron.com, TeleRead, ReadWriteWeb, paidContent, Media Decoder and The Next Web, more at Mediagazer », Thanks:ideashower
Paul Biba / TeleRead: Is mobile affecting when we read?
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb: Read It Later: Mobile Devices Help Time Shift The Real-Time Barrage of News
David Carr / Media Decoder: Is the iPad a Time Machine for Reading?
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web: How mobile devices affect when we read the news
Internet 2010 in numbers — What happened with the Internet in 2010? — How many websites were added? How many emails were sent? How many Internet users were there? This post will answer all of those questions and many, many more. If it's stats you want, you've come to the right place.
Discussion: the Econsultancy blog, Softpedia News, VentureBeat, Tweetage Wasteland, FM Blog, SAI and Soshable
Patricio Robles / the Econsultancy blog: 2010: social media versus email by the numbers
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: 2010: the year in internet stats
John Battelle / FM Blog: Thursday Signal: Internet By the Numbers
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / SAI: The Internet Is Ridiculously Huge
Manton Reece / Manton.org:
App Store 30% cut — The Mac App Store launched! Like many developers I spent the day taking it out for a spin, thinking about whether this changes everything, and trying to ignore the fact that my app Clipstart isn't in the store on day 1 even though I submitted to Apple 7 weeks ago.
Discussion: Daring Fireball
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: Manton Reece on the App Store's 30 Percent Cut
Chris / cdixon.org:
Predicting the future of the Internet is easy: anything it hasn't yet dramatically transformed, it will. — People love to focus on horse races: NYC vs Silcon Valley, Facebook vs Twitter, IPO markets vs private exchanges, the valuation of some startup vs some other startup.
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Google Acquires eBook Technologies — Google has just acquired eBook Technologies, according to a notice that is currently appearing on the company's homepage. Google confirmed the acquisition, with a spokesperson giving us this statement: “We are happy to welcome eBook Technologies' team to Google.
Discussion: eWeek, PC World, Softpedia News, SlashGear, ReadWriteWeb and Electricpig.co.uk, more at Mediagazer »
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google Buys eBook Technologies to Boost eBooks Offering
Mikael Ricknäs / PC World: Google Acquires EBook Technologies
Chris Burns / SlashGear: eBook Technologies Acquired by Google
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb: Google Readies For the Tablet Invasion with eBook Technologies Acquisition
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Shazam and Spotify team up on iOS and Android apps — In yet another sign that Spotify has gone mainstream the company has just announced a partership with Shazam — the ubiquitous mobile music identification service. Under the deal, Shazamers will now be greeted with a “Play in Spotify” feature for all music discovered.
Discussion: Reuters, 9 to 5 Mac, paidContent:UK, Music Ally, TechCrunch, ReadWriteWeb, Download Squad, RazorianFly, The Next Web and Softpedia News
Georgina Prodhan / Reuters: Spotify, Shazam tie up on finding and buying music
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: Now you can access Spotify from Shazam
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK: Shazam Will Point Users To Songs On Spotify
Steve O'Hear / TechCrunch: Get Off Of My Cloud, Shazam Discovers Spotify
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Shazam App Gets Full Artist Playlists, if You Live in Europe
Lee Mathews / Download Squad: Shazam plugs Spotify into its iOS and Android apps
Katherine Noyes / PC World:
Mozilla Exec: Firefox 4 Will Arrive in February — Firefox 4 is nearly ready for release, a recent post on Mozilla's developer mailing list suggests. — “Team, we've worked tremendously hard on Firefox 4, and it's time to ship it,” wrote Damon Sicore, Mozilla's senior director of platform engineering, on Tuesday.
Discussion: The Next Web, ReadWriteWeb, Electronista, WebProNews and Pocket-lint
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb: Firefox 4 To Arrive in February
Doug Caverly / WebProNews: February Launch Planned For Firefox 4
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Firefox 4 to “kick ass” when it lands in February
Apple, Verizon Took Years to Clear IPhone Differences — Jan. 12 (Bloomberg) — Verizon Communications Inc. President Lowell McAdam works a few miles from the New York auditorium where he announced yesterday's deal to offer Apple Inc.'s iPhone. It took him four years to get there.
Discussion: AFL-CIO NOW BLOG, SlashGear, TechCrunch, TiPb, AppleInsider and Macworld
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: An iPhone On Verizon? Sold.
Steve Kovach / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider:
Verizon Ending Upgrade Discount Program Before iPhone Release
Verizon Ending Upgrade Discount Program Before iPhone Release
Discussion: Wall Street Journal, DailyFinance, Gizmodo, SlashGear, iLounge, RazorianFly, FierceWireless, Thoughts from the Sidelines, Examiner, Techland and Android Phone Fans
Evan Selleck / SlashGear: Verizon Axes New Every Two Upgrades Beginning January 16th
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Verizon ending ‘New Every Two,’ early upgrade programs
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: Verizon ends ‘New Every Two’ upgrade policy
Kevin Schram / Thoughts from the Sidelines: Verizon Ends “New Every Two” …
Michael Santo / Examiner: Verizon to end ‘New Every Two’ 2 1/2 weeks before iPhone launch
Michelle Castillo / Techland: Sorry Verizon iPhone Customers: “New Every Two” Ended, Early Upgrade Modified
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: New Every Two is Officially Dead for Verizon Customers January 16