Apple has purged over 1,000 iPhone applications from Chinese developer Molinker following revelations that it was populating the iPhone store with ripped off apps with fake ratings.
With so much speculation about the future of the iPhone--e.g., if and when Apple will launch the smartphone via Verizon Wireless, or what the next version of the device has in store--it's easy to
Apple appears prepared to take its iTunes model further into the cloud. According to various
Apple's head of worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller defended the much-maligned App Store approval process in a lengthy New York Times feature, maintaining "I think, by and large, we do a very
Google has acquired start up development studio AppJet for an undisclosed amount while Apple has acquired music site LaLA.
Nokia next year will cut the number of smartphones it releases roughly in half in order to better compete with the likes of Apple and Research In Motion. The company has introduced around 20
It's all over for operators. The writing's been on the wall for so long there's no space left on the wall.
A job posting on the Apple website calling for an iPhone software engineer to join its new Maps team indicates the computing giant is poised to revamp the smartphone's mapping technology. "The iPhone
iPhone application analytics suggest that Apple is now field testing a forthcoming version of the smartphone, the presumed follow-up to the current iPhone 3G S model. MacRumors reports that November
If telecom service providers continue to believe that they own their customers because they have a billing or customer care relationship with them they are in for a really big shock. Those ma