Doug Aamoth

Writer, Time magazine's Techland

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Writer on consumer technology for Time magazine's online technology section, Techland

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Since Apple first introduced the  iPhone  four years ago,  users have complained  about the exclusive service from AT&T.  Today,  Verizon  announced that it will now sell the iPhone 4.

Verizon to Sell iPhone, Ending AT&T's Exclusivity

Since Apple first introduced the iPhone four years ago, users have complained about the exclusive service from AT&T.  Today, Verizon announced that it will now sell the iPhone 4.

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