Macworld 2008 is now officially underway in San Francisco, and the question on everyone's minds heading into CEO Steve Jobs' annual keynote is how--or even if--the computing giant can top itself
Rumors are flying that Apple may unveil notebook computers featuring WiMAX during the Macworld event this week. The technology, which has been soft-launched by Sprint in Chicago, Baltimore and
China Mobile said talks with Apple over bringing the iPhone to its subscribers have ended, but the carrier did not specify why the talks broke off. The news comes on the heels of a report from
So the latest and greatest rumor surrounding Steve Jobs' MacWorld keynote tomorrow is that Apple will include WiMAX functionality in an ultra portable 13 inch notebook computer.
Cowen and Co. wrote in a note to investors that AT&T's market valuation is off the mark and that the telecom will "outperform the market by 15 percent" through the end of this year. AT&T's
With MacWorld just a few short days away, now is a good time to look back and reflect on the bounty of MacWorlds past. For example, last year's announcement of the iPhone, which was undoubtedly one
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France Telecom's Orange announced that it has sold more than 70,000 Apple iPhones during the month of December. The carrier had projected sales of between 50,000 and 100,000 for the month, which was
Back in October, Apple CEO Steve Jobs promised to release its iPhone
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