The $899 Prehistoric Predecessor to the iPhone

June 28 (Bloomberg) -- Long before the smartphone revolution, IBM and BellSouth teamed up to build and sell the Simon Personal Communicator, a 1-pound, $899 mobile phone that ran apps and featured the first touch screen. It lasted just six months after being put on the market in the summer of 1994. (Source: Bloomberg)
Apple Is Increasingly a One Trick Pony: Isaacs
19:23 - (Bloomberg) -- Alvine Capital Management’s Stephen Isaacs discusses central bank actions, U.S. economic data, lower oil prices and his outlook for Apple. He speaks with Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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