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iPhone 5 Confirmed To Use Nano-SIM iPhone 5 Confirmed To Use Nano-SIM
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Apple was pretty thorough with their announcement of the iPhone 5 this morning. They confirmed every rumor including the larger screen and LTE connectivity. They did, however, forget to mention a few things like NFC or the rumored nano-SIM. The …

iPhone 5 Rumor: Nano-SIM Cards Shipped to Retailers [Photos] iPhone 5 Rumor: Nano-SIM Cards Shipped to Retailers [Photos]

Today we’ve already seen leaked video of the iPhone 5’s screen, flex cables, and dock connector port. Now, photos of the iPhone’s new nano-SIM cards are making their way around the internet. It seems every millimeter of the device is …

iPhone 5 Rumor: More Leaked Parts Seemingly Confirm Smaller SIM Card iPhone 5 Rumor: More Leaked Parts Seemingly Confirm Smaller SIM Card
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Thanks to the release of iOS 6 Beta 4, we have been able to confirm a number of rumors concerning the iPhone 5. There are still some rumors that the iOS 6 beta can’t confirm. Thankfully, people are leaking iPhone …

Search Insider Summit – Keyword Services Platform

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The sponsored lunch today at Search Insider Summit comes from Microsoft adCenter which included a demo of their new Keyword Services Platform and add-in to Excel 2007.

SIM – Microsoft adCenter Add-in

The goods: Microsoft adCenter has a new product rolling out next month. A plugin (”Add-in”) for Excel will give marketers access to automatic tools to generate keywords, expand keyword lists, get actual traffic and demographic data—as in real numbers. If you haven’t seen a demo yet, let me tell you: this looks very cool. Here are my notes from Microsoft’s presentation and demo at the Search Insider Summit today.

eWeek Asks Whether VC Firms Are Supporting .NET

eWeek: Is .NET failing to capture Venture Capital Loyalty? Why is only one VC firm quoted in this article? …

Electronic currency using SIM Access Profile

You might remember an ad campaign in which a woman approaches a soft drink vending machine alongside a young male executive. The executive rummages through his pants pocket to find, to his dismay, that he has no change to purchase a cool drink on a hot afternoon. The woman then pulls out her cell phone, presses a few buttons, and a soda can drops down from the vending machine. The ad was meant to show a future of a seamless, interactive world. The SIM Access Profile, released by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), makes such transactions a reality, allowing a consumer to use a cellular device to obtain, for example, a 50-cent soft drink without spending 25 cents on a cell phone airtime charge.