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AT&T blasts 'hackers' over iPad data breach

AT&T (NYSE:T) blamed "computer hackers" for exposing the email addresses of some Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad 3G users last week as it sought to explain why the data breach occurred. In an email

Apple attracts more antitrust attention

Apple’s run of success is reflected in its towering stock price and, now, a growing number of antitrust probes.   Apple has just overtaken Microsoft as the world&

News In Brief: AT&T, ITV, TDC, Motorola, IBM, British Telecom, Elisa, Qtel Group

AT&T will offer iPhone 3GS buyers a free upgrade to the iPhone 4 or a refund if they bought the old model between May 7 and June 7.

Leading ad agencies agree on common mobile apps platform

Just as Apple and Google squabble over restrictions surrounding the new iAd platform with Apple refusing to support Google's Admob, 10 European ad agencies have agreed to use a technology platform

FBI probing AT&T iPad security breach

The FBI opened an investigation into the security flaw on AT&T Mobility's (NYSE:T) website that allowed hackers to gain access to the email addresses of around 114,000 Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad

O2 ditches unlimited data packages

O2 will scrap unlimited data packages for its UK smartphone users by end-June, claiming the move will make it easier for subscribers to understand data charges.   Custo

THE WRAP: Another iPhone, another security breach

This week Steve Jobs gave the world another iPhone and suffered another security embarrassment.   In the usual manner, Jobs

Apple facing antitrust probe over ad restrictions

Apple is staring down the barrel of an antitrust probe into its move to clamp down on advertising on its devices, while the FBI investigates the recent AT&T security breach involving the iPad

Google, Apple square off over mobile ads

Google-owned AdMob has complained that Apple’s latest developer terms would cripple its ability to offer mobile advertising tools, opening up what could be a long battle for the keys of the

MiFi mucks up Jobs' iPhone 4 demo

At any new product launch, live demos are risky – especially wireless demos, as Apple chief Steve Jobs found out the hard way at this week’s