Apple introduces its mobile ad platfrom, iAd.
March metrics from Distimo, the app analytics company, confirm that content for the iPad costs a bit more than content for the iPhone.
The new 4.0 OS for iPhone due to be launched today likely won't have Flash, but Greystripe has an app for that.
Apple is all set to unveil the new iPhone OS 4.0 today.
Thanks to the iPad, the tablet form factor is getting a second chance.
The iPad wasn’t just purchased by consumers when it came out on April 3: Colleges got their hands on the tablet device, too.
Ivan Seidenberg said his company was open to the iPhone but added that the final call on bringing the device to Verizon Wireless was really up to Apple.
Amazon can use the iPad to boost book sales through its Kindle platform
Tops on Apple enthusiasts' wish list are the ability to run more applications at the same time and support for Adobe Flash...
Apple shares reached an all-time high Tuesday after a newspaper report said the iPhone could find a new U.S. sales outlet through Verizon Wireless.
The rumor mill is cranking back up again and this time it's churning out new tidbits about the iPhone.
I'm kind of picky about how I protect my iPhone. There's a fine line between too much and too little when it comes to protective cases, skins, sleeves and the like.
The iPhone 3GS is now being sold in India, the world's fastest-growing market, with carriers Bharti Airtel and Vodafone.
China Unicom CEO Chang Xiaobing today told reporters at the National People's Congress that his company is working with Apple to bring a Wi-Fi enabled iPhone to China.
Millennial Media today released its January Scorecard for Mobile Advertising Reach and Targeting (SMART).
While the Apple iPhone sports the Safari browser, that's not stopping Opera Software from showing off how its Opera Mini performs on the iPhone...
Research In Motion's BlackBerry is still the most popular smartphone in the United States, but Apple's iPhone managed to gain a little bit of the market...
Googlers just can't help but poke and prod Apple these days. First they did an end-around with the HTML5 version of Google Voice, and now...
Skype this morning took a moment on its blog to explain why it has lagged in the release of a 3G version of its popular VoIP app for the iPhone.
It might raise an eyebrow or two to learn that the iPhone actually lost almost 2 percent market share in the fourth quarter of 2009.
Google yesterday rolled out a new browser-based HTML5 version of its popular Google Voice service.
There are definitely times when you're on the road and need that one file you left on your desktop back at work. Unfortunately, you're doing 85 mph in a New York City taxi and all you've got is your smartphone. Solution? Enter a bevy of new remote desktop apps for your phone.
The rumors continue to grow in the final days before an Apple press event scheduled for next week in San Francisco.
Apple is taking over Australia and has made strong gains in Western Europe at the expense of Nokia, Samsung and Sony Ericsson.