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Customers of T-Mobile’s G1 and RIM’s BlackBerry series can make their smartphones a bit more like the Apple iPhone today.
Apple launched iPhone 2.2 software into the wild late last week, giving the lusty smartphone a hodgepodge of new features.
There’s little doubt that Apple’s App Store for its iPhone has been a success.
Loopt is reaping the benefits of advertising. Downloads of its LBS social networking applications have gone through the roof
It looks like Smule, known for its offbeat iPhone software, has another hit on its hands.
Apple’s iPhone is being well-received among business smartphone users, despite its reputation as a consumer-friendly product.
The strongest growth in Apple’s iPhone users is coming from people who earn less than the median household income.
Apple this week announced its fourth-quarter financial results.
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AT&T said it earned $3.2 billion in the third quarter of 2008, on revenue of $31.3 billion, up slightly from a year ago.
AT&T hopes to simplify life for itself and for Apple iPhone 3G buyers this holiday season.
Even reports of a crummy 3G network experience weren’t enough to keep the new iPhone 3G down, according to a new study.
Nokia, in launching the 5800 XpressMusic touchscreen smartphone yesterday, created the strongest competitor thus far to the Apple iPhone 3G.
Barack Obama’s campaign has developed a new iPhone application that makes use of the iPhone's social networking attributes.
Two items regarding operation of the new 3G iPhone made the news recently, In one, AT&T announced that it would ban from its network any iPhone users that it catches doing so-called peer-to-peer file transfers on its 3G network. Then it became known that iPhones will not be able to download music from Apple’s popular iTunes site using 3G. Instead, as with the older version of the iPhone
Apple iPhone users can now get IBM Lotus Notes, while another popular program, Adobe Flash, may be coming soon.
Industry buzz about wireless networking is dominated by discussion of 4G – primarily LTE and WiMAX.
Apple is recalling compact USB adapters for the iPhone 3G because the prongs can break inside wall outlets, the company said late last week.
The iPhone can do lots of things really well. However, sending pictures is not one of them.
Companies in the News: WiChorus, Juniper Networks, Glu Mobile, DreamWorks, Skyworks Solutions, Ember, Telegenesis, Cellular South
EA Mobile, a division of Electronic Arts, announced 9 games in development for both the iPhone and iPod Touch platforms.
An unspecified router glitch on AT&T’s network caused a Web access outage for many Apple iPhone users in the northeastern U.S.
Yahoo!’s Zimbra subsidiary today announced an upgrade for its Apple iPhone client software.