“The most talked-about cell phone is getting more juice for the jabber,” The Associated Press reports. “Time Magazine has named the iPhone ‘Invention of the Year.'”
“‘Intel’s 45-nanometer (parts for chips) – that’s a serious deal, but it’s a lot less glamorous than the iPhone even though it’s important,’ said Lev Grossman, a Time staff writer who covers technology and helped select the magazine’s annual honorees,” AP reports.
“The wide-ranging impact of the iPhone – on the cell phone industry and how it will evolve into an ever more useful handheld computer – is only beginning, he concludes,” AP reports.
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