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Three Apple job postings for iPhone / iPad antenna engineers to \"Define and implement antenna system architecture to optimize the radiation performance for wireless portable devices.\" All three were posted on June 23rd, the same day that we started seeing widespread reporting of the left-handed rec

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If you watched the most recent episode of The Engadget Show, then you know that Jimmy Fallon had a lot to say about the iPhone -- particularly the fact that he's been fed up with his 3GS' dropped calls, and was planning a jump to an Android device on Verizon if the iPhone 4 didn't improve things. Y

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AT&T spent a good bit of its earnings call today talking about its network -- not too surprising, really, considering the cozy relationship between dropped calls, subscriber count, and profit. The overall takeaway was that the company is pleased with its progress and continues to improve thanks

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Dropped calls have admittedly become less of a problem as carriers became more reliable in more locales, but it sounds like we finally have somewhat of a celestial answer as to why they happen in the first place. Thanks to research by David Thomson and colleagues at Queen's University in Canada (pi

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While Cingular has claimed that its GSM network integration with AT&T Wireless is complete (thus more reliable), and throws out a bajillion advertisements gloating about the \"independent research\" proving the company's lack of dropped calls, you'd probably have a hard time convincing the Florida

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