Apple crossed the 1 billion App Store application download threshold last Thursday, flipping the switch on its countdown webpage to a screen reading “Thanks a billion.
Apple issued a public apology for approving developer Sikalosoft's controversial "Baby Shaker" application for the iPhone and iPod touch. About 24 hours after removing the application (which
A day after both AT&T and Apple touted the success of the iPhone 3G as a key source of buoyancy in the economic recession, an internal AT&T memo has surfaced that seeks to discredit one of
Forget about consumer applications--the real money is in the enterprise. So says Rich Miner, the former Google vice president of mobile technology and Android mastermind who left his position to
As developers continue to familiarize themselves with beta releases of Apple's forthcoming iPhone OS 3.0 software, a series of new and updated features is beginning to emerge, reports AppleInsider.
Fortune released its annual ranking of America's largest corporations, and a handful of wireless players landed on the list. AT&T, Apple, Motorola and others were among Fortune's top 100
Viviane Reding, the European Union's Commissioner for Information Society and Media, is gunning for BT, its proposed use of Phorm software to serve targeted adverts based on users' online behaviour, and the UK legal framework for failing to protect citizens' priva
Verizon Communications likely won't increase its 55-percent stake in Verizon Wireless, CEO Ivan Seidenberg told the Wall Street Journal, since Vodafone hasn't signaled a willingness to sell its share
Nortel spinoff Entrust has been acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo for $114 million.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson is seeking to extend the carrier's exclusive rights to sell Apple's iPhone in the United States, which expire next year, until 2011, according to a report in the Wall