Screen-sharing BlackBerrys, face-tracking Apple TVs, and more

Does Verizon really wanna go and dis the iPhone like that? Does the next BlackBerry share its screen?

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Get excited?: I bet Apple’s TV will look very nice, and interact well with an iPad or iPhone. But it simply must do something else, because an Apple TV set-top unit could take Siri commands, and Face Time for televisions doesn’t seem all that exciting just yet.

Verizon’s preference for Androids, Windows Phones, anything but iPhones tested

Source: CNET News

Details: Chris Matyszczyk went to a Verizon store to test the recent revelations that Verizon very much prefers to push customers on Androids, Windows Phone devices, and anything but the iPhone, whether because of subsidies or because of its need to grow its 4G LTE network base. His experience bore this belief out, with an ironic twist.

Get excited?: You might, but I don’t think Apple is actually sweating this matter. People are buying Verizon iPhones at Apple Stores, and Apple’s entire iPhone experience is meant to make the choice of carrier almost as much of a switch-able variable as the memory capacity.

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