AT&T's claim that losing its exclusive grip on the iPhone won't hit its bottom line is hard to believe.
AT&T yesterday announced a new mobile app to complement its Uverse IPTV service.
AT&T downplayed the risk of losing its exclusivity agreement for the Apple iPhone in a filing with federal regulators Friday.
Android's growth outpaced the iPhone in the past six months but Apple's hallmark device remains the most desired phone...
It's a maxim of technology: Invent the newest gadget and the porn industry will find a way to cash in.
Hulu, the popular website with TV shows, now comes as a subscription-based application for iPhones and iPads.
Apple today said that white models of the iPhone 4 won't be available until "later this year."
I've been trying to make heads or tails out of Apple's press conference, which occurred almost a week ago, and I'm still not sure how to call it. Heads? Tails? Who wins? Since then, quite a few more developments occurred.
iSuppli says the company is set to be the world's second-largest OEM semiconductor buyer in 2011.
Apple reports record revenue in third fiscal quarter.
Apple's claims that cell phone antenna degradation is a problem for all devices has sparked an industry-wide debate.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs did his best to quell the ongoing flap over the iPhone 4 antenna problems during a press conference held at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., on Friday. While Jobs’ intent was probably to close the
Word of the day from Apple CEO Steve Jobs is that "smartphones have issues" and the antenna problem with the iPhone 4 is not unique to Apple's new device.
Senator Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) late yesterday released an open letter to Apple, requesting that the iPhone 4 maker "address [the] flaw in a transparent manner."
Apple just went live with an update to iOS 4 that it says “Improves the formula to determine how many bars of signal to display.” The update, which comes in the form 4.0.1, arrives just ahead of a planned press
It is widely believed the company will address the growing chorus of complaints surrounding the iPhone 4's antenna problems.
Mobile advertising company Millennial Media said ad requests on Apple's iOS rose 36 percent from May to June.
A decision by Consumer Reports against endorsing the latest iPhone because of reception problems threatens to tarnish Apple's reputation...
The launch of the iPhone 4 has been uncharacteristically full of unscripted moments.
Consumer Reports says its own independent testing has confirmed the iPhone 4’s antenna is flawed.
A federal judge says a monopoly abuse lawsuit against Apple and AT&T's mobile phone unit can move forward as a class action.
When you're looking for a good restaurant or a good mobile app, who do you trust to make a recommendation – strangers or your closest friends?
Apple says it has been using a "totally wrong" formula to calculate the bars of signal strength on the iPhone since 2007.
When the iconic iPhone arrives for Verizon Wireless' network, will that mean a mass exodus from AT&T's network, the brunt of late night jokes and grumblings by unhappy consumers? Not so fast, say analysts. Analysts once again are weighing in