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The Week in Smartphone Wars

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Professionals with every perspective weighed in. Here, Minyanville offers a recap of this week's hottest debate.

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We're one week away from a day nobody thought would come. On February 10, Verizon (VZ) will finally release the iPhone on its network. Fanboys are rejoicing, AT&T (T) is quaking, and Verizon's ruining it all by throttling data speeds. Meanwhile, Apple's (AAPL) old flame is facing accusations of overcharging customers -- and Cupertino might be to blame. And lastly, while the smartphone war is virtually deadlocked in a three-way tie, Netgear (NTGR) CEO Patrick Lo championed Android's (GOOG) progress but had some harsh words for Apple, Microsoft (MSFT), and Steve Jobs' hubris.

All in all, just another week in the tech trenches.


Verizon Ruins iPhone Launch
The company announces that it will be throttling data speeds for "heavy users."
By Mike Schuster February 3, 2011 01:20 PM
WATCH: Apple's iPhone On Verizon Wireless Network Successfully Makes, Receives Phone Calls!
Video of how the phone performs on the Verizon network versus AT&T.
By Minyanville Staff February 3, 2011 09:55 AM
Three Hurdles to Verizon iPhone Success
More and more concerns will become obvious as consumers start jumping on the bandwagon.
By Scott Moritz - The Street Feb 01, 2011 3:30 pm
Apple, Google, RIM Locked in 3-Way Tie for Smartphone Market Share
Fourth quarter charts comparing the three companies.
By Minyanville Staff February 2, 2011 10:42 AM
AT&T Grasping at Straws in New iPhone Ad
On the verge of having to share with Verizon, AT&T emphasizes its GSM network -- allowing for users to browse the Web while talking.
By Mike Schuster February 2, 2011 09:47 AM
Weekly Web Watch: Apple Loses Its Grip
Now it gets interesting. Google's Android is making serious inroads in both the tablet and the smartphone markets.
By Carol Kopp Feb 01, 2011 11:00 am
Could Apple Be to Blame in the AT&T Lawsuit?
A new lawsuit alleges the company is overcharging iPhone and iPad users but some speculate that the multitasking feature for Apple's iOS is the culprit.
By Mike Schuster February 1, 2011 10:36 AM
Netgear CEO Disses Apple, Steve Jobs, and Microsoft
Among other things, Patrick Lo predicts that Apple will eventually fall to Android on a global scale.
By Mike Schuster January 31, 2011 01:23 PM
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