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iPhone Owners, What's Your New #2 -- Droid, Storm2, N900, Pre, HD2?

If there was no iPhone, which device would you use?(survey)

iPhone owners, what's your new #2? We've asked this before, but with devices like the Android DROID, BlackBerry Storm2, Nokia N900, Palm Pre, and Windows Mobile HD2 really ramping things up of late, we figured it was a great time to check in again.

Which new device has you most interested? Which is the most tempting? If there was no iPhone, which one would you get? Vote above, and let us know why in the comments!

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Windows 7 Launches Tomorrow, Which iPhone Users are Making the Upgrade?

Do you plan on upgrading to Windows 7?(survey software)

Our sibling site, WMExperts.com is doing their part to balance TiPb's Apple-centricity with a reminder that Microsoft Windows 7 launches tomorrow. However, since most iPhone and iPod touch users are also Windows users, TiPb's fully on board this new release train as well.

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Poll: How's Google Sync Gmail Working on Your iPhone?

Roughly 3 weeks ago Google (finally!) added Gmail to their Google Sync service, allowing iPhone users to add push email to the previously available contacts and calendars. It wasn't a solution for everyone, since it used Microsoft's ActiveSync, which allows for only one account per device, and many users already had a business Exchange server in that slot. For those without Exchange, however, it's awesome, right?

Or is it? We've had many readers tell us it works great, and others who've had some problems -- enough that we want to ask, how's Google Sync working on your iPhone?

Let us know in the poll above, and elaborate as needed in the comments!

(And we'll insert yet another plea to Apple and Google to give us Gmail via IMAP IDLE in the Mail app already!)

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Poll: How Much iPhone Data Are You Using?

How much iPhone data are you using each month?(trends)

In light of AT&T CEO Ralph de la Vega saying iPhone users user more data than any other smartphone user, indeed that iPhone users "crowd out" other users, and that they may have to "manage" iPhone data, TiPb reader Louie asked if we'd run a poll to find out just what the numbers looked like.

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AT&T iPhone MMS One Week Later -- Using It?

How often have you used AT&T MMS on the iPhone?(opinion)

So, AT&T iPhone users, you've had MMS for a week now. The initial blush has hopefully faded, and it's either become something you use a lot, a little, or not at all.

So, which is it? Let us know in the poll, and if then drop a comment below and tell us how it compares to other MMS implementations you've used.

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Poll: So How's AT&T iPhone MMS Treating You?

How's AT&T MMS Working For You?(polls)

AT&T finally launched MMS for the iPhone last Friday, and you've had the whole weekend to use, abuse, or ignore it. So, how's it treating you? Huge fan, hype fried, frustrated by network issues, or just couldn't care less? Let us know!

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Poll: FCC to Announce "Net Neutrality" Today. You Want?

Do you want legislated net neutrality?(polling)

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the FCC is set to announce what amounts to "net neutrality" today, something that will make users and technology companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple's iTunes ecstatic, while roshambo'ing Big Telco right where it hurts.

Basically, net neutrality means data carriers like cable and DLS providers and wireless/mobile telephone companies can't restrict what travels over their lines or airwaves. Data is data. Disallow SlingPlayer or Skype? Sorry, not allowed.

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How's Your Battery Life with iPhone 3.1?

So, how's your battery life doing under iPhone 3.1? If you jumped on it immediately last Wednesday, or had a few days to try it out at least, have you noticed any big changes? Much better? Much worse? Or is it pretty much the same?

Yeah, we ask this every time there's a new firmware, but that's just because Apple seems to be tweaking things every time there's a new firmware.

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