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The Verizon iPhone 4 Isn't a World Phone, But It Could Have Been, Sorta

9to5Mac’s Seth Weintraub has an interesting scoop: The new Verizon version of the iPhone 4 uses a Qualcomm chip that’s capable of working on both CDMA and GSM wireless networks. The phone itself is CDMA only–it doesn’t have the SIM slot required for GSM–but the chip might hint at multi-network capability that would let the iPhone 5 and/or iPad 2 work anywhere in the world. That would be a cool last gasp for old technology before the first LTE-based Apple gadgets show up–something that’s unlikely to happen before mid-2012 or so.

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Apple's Airplay: Surprisingly Important?

When Apple unveiled its new iPods and related stuff a couple of weeks ago, I didn’t pay much attention to the new video-streaming option called Airplay. Over at 9to5Mac, Seth Weintraub is making the case (argued earlier by Gizmodo’s Joel Johnson) that Airplay is a big deal and a core component of Apple’s strategy for mattering in the living room.

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