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iPads, GooglePhones and Kindles: welcome to 2010

Whenever a new decade kicks off, it's always tempting- almost mandatory, actually- to took at the previous one to see what's changed in the last ten years.

Is the OS war poised to become a battle of the sexes?

Despite the enormity of the divide separating Apple and Google in their race for mobile industry supremacy, it turns out that consumers on their respective iPhone and Android platforms exhibit

EU Windows users get browser choice

Microsoft yesterday began offering European Windows users alternative web browser choices, after the EC ruled the firm was abusing its dominant position in the market.  

Apple patent hints at gesture controls for next iPhone

Although Apple has yet to confirm expectations it will release a new edition of its wildly popular iPhone sometime this summer, one analyst anticipates the smartphone will arrive with new

Next iPhone to have gesture controls?

Apple, which is expected to release a new iteration of its iPhone device this summer, may add gesture technology to the gadget, according an analyst. "We expect Apple to launch new iPhones in June

Child labour used in iPhone plants

Child labour was used in three factories making the iPhone, Apple has revealed. 

The apps of Mobile World Congress

Located in Hall 7, App Planet was an "event within an event" at last week's Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain. According to the GSM Association, the event was an opportunity to

Apple: We're a mobile-device company

Apple, fresh off a quarter in which its iPhone sales doubled, is brimming with confidence, and Apple COO Timothy Cook put the world on notice: Apple is a smartphone company, and it's here to stay.

Smartphones drive Q4 handset sales

The growing popularity of iPhones and BlackBerry devices drove global handset sales up by 8.3% in the fourth quarter of 2009 compared with the same quarter last year, according to Gartner.

Apple sees $1 TV episodes on iTunes as key to iPad launch; networks so far are wary

Apple wants to launch the iPad at the end of March with a bang, and it's hoping it can convince televison network execs and content owners to drop the price of TV episodes by 50 percent or more to $1