Apple's App Store has captured the attention of the world's technology media and for some has set the ideal template for the way in which wireless applications and content should be offered. A multitude of network operators, mobile operating system developers and handset vendors have now launched or have announced the imminent launch of mobile app stores.
Apple reported its best-ever non-holiday quarter for earnings and revenue, and trumpeted the fact that it sold 5.2 million iPhone units during the period. The smartphone and computer maker reported a
Apple and Research In Motion took in a disproportionate share of the handset industry's operating profits last year relative to their worldwide market share, according to an analysis by Deutsche Bank analyst Brian Modoff.
Following the recent introduction of the iPhone OS 3.0 update and its enhanced parental controls, Apple will no longer distribute promotional codes to developers whose iPhone and iPod touch
Apple's App Store celebrated its first birthday on July 11, and the computing giant announced last week that consumers have downloaded more than 1.5 billion iPhone and iPod touch applications over
Apple and Research In Motion took in a disproportionate share of the handset industry's operating profits last year relative to their worldwide market share, according to an analysis by Deutsche Bank
Peek, the maker of low-cost, email-only devices, is cutting prices and facing pressure from smartphones and feature phones in a market where Apple's iPhone 3G now sells for just $99. Peek launched
Though Apple continues to hype the iPhone and the multitude of applications available through its App Store, iPhone users are indeed the most satisfied smartphone users and exhibit the strongest
Apple is still mum on how much money it is making from its App Store, but the storefront has been a hit with users. The company announced that consumers have downloaded more than 1.5 billion
Sales of Apple's iPhone will cut into AT&T Mobility's adjusted income operating margins, according to a Globe and Mail article, which cited unnamed analysts. The analysts said the flurry of