The game is definitely on.
With Steve Jobs' introduction of the iPhone 2.0 at Apple's
The iPhone's initial release last June changed the game for top product developers like Nokia
Nokia already has several media smartphones with the same features included in the iPhone. Other phones, such as the HTC Touch and Samsung's Instinct, sport slick touchscreens as well. But the expense of these phones will no longer make them viable. That's why Sprint Nextel
Research In Motion
One newcomer to the new 3G iPhone era, though, may have a tough time: GPS maker Garmin
The most amusing part of the new "low price" smartphone battle heating up is that the total cost of owning a new iPhone is actually higher when you consider the rate plans AT&T
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