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Verizon Launches $10 Million Powerful Answers Awards Program

DETROIT – Verizon on April 3 launched its Powerful Answers Award, a $10 million challenge to find innovative ideas in three core focus areas – healthcare, education and sustainability. Entries must use Verizon networks and technology (wireless, cloud, broadband, etc.) to help deliver solutions that address societal challenges, deliver social benefit and grow markets. Full Story

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CNet Reviews Verizon's iPhone 4

Check out this complete review including video of the iPhone 4 that has just been release on Verizon.  You can almost hear AT&T holding its breath and crossing its fingers and toes.  Personally, I would just go for an unbroken phone call on my iPhone 3GS on AT&T.  Foster Braun

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Podcast: January 15, 2011

Hour 1:

-Online Sales Show 14% Growth with Bob Cell, President of MyBuys

The 2011 North American International Auto Show : The Year of Electric Cars and Rolling Connection to the Internet with Paul Eisenstein of The Detroit Bureau

Apple Announces the Arrival of the iPhone to Verizon in February The Mac Minute with Erik Anderson

Hour 2: Answering your computer questions 1-800-859-0957  1-800-859-0WJR

Link: The Mac Minute
Podcast: Bob Cell Interview
Full Show Podcast: January 15, 2011 – Hour 1
Full Show Podcast: January 15, 2011 – Hour 2|

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The Verizon iPhone is Official

The other shoe has finally dropped: The CDMA iPhone for Verizon Wireless will be available on Feb. 10, though existing customers can pre-order beginning Feb. 3. Pricing is set at $200 for a 16 GB model and $300 for the 32 GB device and you’ll have to sign a two-year contract.  Unfortunately, the Verizon iPhone WON’T run on their recently announced 4G system.

All you need to know about the Verizon iPhone (and some surprises.)

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New Rumor: iPhone for Verizon by December

Like a sighting of Big Foot, the rumors about the iPhone appearing on Verizon have surfaced again with one big difference: the source is the venerable Wall Street Journal.  Gary Baker

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