Maybe things got off to a bad start when Apple CEO Steve Jobs said most mobile advertising "really sucks." Then he proceeded to show how Apple will change everything, engaging people with ads within apps. Early this week, he showed
The iPhone will be available on other cell phone networks as early as this fall and will likely come first to T-Mobile USA...
AT&T has to educate customers for its new data caps to be a success.
An informal online poll being conducted by Android Central asks the question, "What platform are you leaving to join Android and the Evo 4G?"
The antenna on the iPhone 4 is novel enough that Apple CEO Steve Jobs felt comfortable saying it's "never been done before."
AT&T is pushing the latest version of the iPhone with expedited upgrades for its current iPhone customers.
Here are some notable dates in Apple's history as it relates to the iPhone.
Apple today will kick off its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote from Steve Jobs and possibly the unveiling of a new iPhone.
Android and Apple are in a battle for market share that is unique among the smartphone players, a situation confirmed by new research from Nielsen.
There may never be a Firefox browser for the iPhone, but the company is working on what it believes is the next best thing.
North America has the highest distribution of both unique Android and iPhone OS devices, according to AdMob's latest metrics.
Walmart Tuesday said that it will drop the price on the 16GB iPhone 3GS to $97, cutting the price by more than half...
From their humble beginnings as mobile Internet browsers to their recent evolution as barcode scanners, smartphones have become more than just a way to make a phone call on the go.
DeviceFidelity announced the availability of its In2Pay solution for iPhone...
A recently released affidavit details detective Matthew Broad's investigation and eventual search of Jason Chen's apartment in the wake of the iPhone prototype leak.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Adobe CEO Shantan Narayen publicly denied many of the allegations made in Apple CEO Steve Jobs' open letter regarding Flash.
The Santa Clara District Attorney's office is looking into whether any criminal laws were broken as part of Gizmodo's purchase of an iPhone prototype.
Apple sold 8.75 million iPhones in its second fiscal quarter.
In an official letter from Cupertino posted on Gizmodo, Apple has asked the gadget blog to please return "a device that belongs to Apple."
Apparently, iPhone users were ready for a change, or at least willing to give a new browser a try.
What’s RIM doing to hang onto the enterprise?
As many had predicted, Apple announced the launch of its iAd Network last week with all the requisite fanfare and Google bashing. The announcement left many people in the industry buzzing about, asking a variety of questions, many of which remain unanswered.
When Opera submitted an iPhone version of its Opera Mini mobile browser to the App Store a few weeks ago, many doubted the app would earn a pass...
Twitter says it has inked a deal to acquire iPhone Twitter app Tweetie for an undisclosed amount of money.
The new iPhone OS 4.0 release yesterday is still being digested by wireless geeks, but it seems to execute a number of outstanding warrants for key features that the iPhone has been missing.