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Rumor roundup: Will AT&T lose its grip on the iPhone?

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs is expected to take the wraps off the next version of the iPhone June 7. The biggest question surrounding the event is whether AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) will lose

Verizon casts doubt on iPhone for the 'immediate future'

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) is not likely to get Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone in the "immediate future," according to a company spokesman. The comments by Verizon come days ahead of Apple's Worldwide

Qualcomm unleashes the 'dragon on Apple

In an almost one line release this week, US chip vendor Qualcomm revealed it began shipping the chips that will line up against the Apple A4- its Snapdragon dual core chips.  

The PC's days are numbered: Jobs

Time is nearly up for the humble PC, and in the not-too-distant future only a minority of the population will be using one, Apple CEO Steve Jobs has predicted.   Speaki

Forward Concepts: 2010 to reignite cell phone growth

Research firm Forward Concepts released select results of its "Global Cellphone Market & Subscriber/Operator Ecosystem" study, showing that worldwide cell phone shipments fell by 0.5 percent in

Jobs: iPad is an opportunity to monetize content

Apple CEO Steve Jobs yesterday said the iPad would help content creators and news organizations monetize online video if they followed Apple's iTunes model and priced content aggressively. Speaking

Apple's Jobs dishes on Flash, App Store approvals

In a rare public appearance, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) CEO Steve Jobs at the AllThingsD D8 conference discussed some hot button topics including Apple's blocking of Adobe Flash on the iPhone and iPad,

Apple begins banning Widgets

Apple is starting a crackdown on iPad apps that use widgets, suggesting that a formal ban is on the way, according to a developer affected by the cull.   Groundhog Soft

Android, Windows square off in tablet arena

Tablet computing appears to be the latest white-hot battleground among the world's major computer, silicon and software makers, as companies including Intel, Qualcomm (NSYE:QCOM), Asustek, Microsoft,

iPad sales hit 2m in under two months

Apple fired a warning shot across the bows of potential iPad competitors yesterday, revealing it has taken just shy of two months to sell two million units.   The achie