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AT&T Plans Five More Android Phones This Year, Led by Motorola Atrix 2

Mobile Devices Seen Doubling by 2020

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Motorola’s Bet on an Android-Dominated Enterprise Takes Shape

Microsoft’s Windows Phone Boss Says Dual-Core, LTE Models Coming

AT&T Sees 200,000 Preorders for iPhone 4S on First Day

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Samsung, Google Cancel Launch Event Out of Respect for Steve Jobs

Samsung, Google Have Canceled Next Week’s Ice Cream Sandwich Event

Network-Hopping iPhone 4S Not Without Its Restrictions

Reminder: iPhone 4S Preorders Start Friday

Intellectual Ventures Joins the Mobile Patent War, Suing Motorola Mobility

The Three Irreplaceable Qualities of Steve Jobs

Bill Gates: “I Will Miss Steve Immensely”

Will Apple’s Siri Make Talking to Your Phone Seem Normal?

Sprint Confirms It Will Offer Unlimited Data Plan for iPhone

Ready to Rumble: One iPhone 4S, Three Networks, Three Different Pitches

Tim Cook Follows Steve Jobs’s Footsteps Closely in Big Stage Debut

Apple’s Quiet iPhone Move: More Price Pressure

Apple Wants You to Meet Siri, Your New Personal Assistant

So What Puts the S in the New iPhone 4S?

Apple Updates iPods With Cheaper iPod Touch and Nano

Apple Turns the iPhone Into a Hallmark Store

Ahead of New iPhones, Microsoft’s Smartphone Boss Finds Reasons to Smile

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Just as the atom bomb was the weapon that was supposed to render war obsolete, the Internet seems like capitalism’s ultimate feat of self-destructive genius, an economic doomsday device rendering it impossible for anyone to ever make a profit off anything again. It’s especially hopeless for those whose work is easily digitized and accessed free of charge.

— Author Tim Kreider on not getting paid for one’s work