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
Less than a year after launch, the App Store is already closing in on the 1 billion application download mark. Apple is celebrating the milestone by introducing a download counter on its website--as
Apple announced that nearly a billion applications for the iPhone and the iPod Touch have been downloaded since Apple's App Store went live in early July 2008. The company even introduced a counter
Three months into his medical leave, Steve Jobs still remains in control of much of the direction of Apple, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. While Chief Operating Officer Tim Cook
Apple will launch two new iPhone models this summer and its "build plan" calls for between 5 million and 6 million units, according to an industry analyst. Kaufman Bros.' analyst Shaw Wu, citing his
Apple has introduced tiered pricing to the iTunes store, but now faces backlash from the internet community.
Advocacy group The Free Press has asked the FCC to force wireless operators to allow consumer access to Skype via smartphones as well as giving them the ability to connect their tethering