Another App Store milestone, and another opportunity to take stock of its impact. Roughly five months after the virtual storefront crossed the 1 billion iPhone and iPod touch application download
China Unicom will launch its 3G service nationwide on Thursday without the iPhone. Unicom chairman Chang Xiaobing told a press conference in Beijing yesterday th
Apple’s red-hot app store has passed the 2 billion downloads milestone, just five months after racking up its first billion. Around 500 million apps have b
AT&T activated Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) on Apple's iPhone on Friday nationwide, and there was a mix of users critical of and positive about the service's performance. An AT&T
In a letter to the FCC, AT&T said the Google Voice application is violating both federal call-blocking regulations and net neutrality principles by improperly blocking calls to certain rural
The summer face-off between the Palm Pre and Apple's iPhone 3GS was heavily hyped, and the two companies have battled recently over the Pre's access to iTunes. While the new iPhone appears to have
Apple, Palm and other companies that make products that combine both hardware and software could see a boost in their revenue and perhaps their earnings following changes made by accounting rule
Korean mobile users finally have the chance to buy the iPhone, after the Korean Communication Commission (KCC) gave approval Wednesday for the device to be sold.
Standards group the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) has endorsed Apple's decision to block Palm Pre handsets from synching with iTunes, stating that Palm, not Apple had breached its policies. <
Friday saw a massive spike in the number of apps approved for sale on the iPhone app store, with Apple giving the nod to nearly 1,400 apps.