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iPhone May Be Available Through Verizon in January 2011

Yes, we have all heard this rumor before, but sources are now saying there is evidence to back up the prediction that the Apple iPhone will be available through Verizon Wireless in January 2011.

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iPhone 4 Executive Fired?

The Apple Executive that oversaw the production of the Apple iPhone 4, Mark Papermaster, has been replaced by senior vice president of Macintosh hardware engineering, Bob Mansfield.

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Judge Rules California Proposition 8 Unconstitutional

Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker overturned the voter-approved Proposition 8, which bans same-sex marriage, ruling that it violates due process and equal-protection rights under the U.S. Constitution. +Continue Reading

Google Android Outsells Apple iPhone

According to the Nielsen Company data released today, the Google Andriod smartphones have outsold Apple’s iPhones during the first six months of 2010.

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More Than 800 Dead in Pakistan Floods

More than 800 have died and nearly one million people have been affected by the monsoon-driven floods in Pakistan over the last week. +Continue Reading

Arizona Immigration Bill Partially Blocked by Federal Judge

The controversial Arizona immigration bill, Senate Bill 1070, that goes into affect at midnight tonight, has been partially blocked by U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton. +Continue Reading

2011 Ford Explorer Revealed

The highly-anticipated reveal of the redesigned 2011 Ford Explorer has arrived – a rebirth for a new generation.

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Arizona Immigration Law to Take Effect Thursday

The controversial Arizona Immigration Law that attempts to combat illegal immigration, will take effect Thursday, July 29. +Continue Reading

Man Stabbed Near Eye With Pen at Comic-Con

A man attending Comic-Con International at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California, was stabbed near the eye with a pen by another Comic-Con attendee after an argument broke out Sunday, July 25. +Continue Reading

Storms in Illinois Cause Severe Flooding

Severe storms hit the Chicago area overnight, dumping over 7 inches of rain and causing power outages, flight cancellations and flooded homes and roadways. As of Sunday morning, ten towns in Cook County have declared their communities as disaster area. +Continue Reading

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