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Report: Apple to offer a tablet device

Apple is working to release a tablet-sized device for the holiday shopping season, according to a Financial Times report. The device is reportedly going to be launched in conjunction with a push by

The rise and fall of app stores

Apple’s App Store reached more than 1.5 billion downloads just after its first birthday. Now everyone seems to want an app store – from handset manufacturers, operators and service providers. But is the app store game for everyone, and who might be in a better position to offer an app store.

No shocker: iPhone drives AT&T metrics in 2Q

Once again, the iPhone drove customer additions and data revenues for AT&T in the second quarter, but margins took a hit. Thanks to the new iPhone 3GS, which was released on June 19, AT&T saw

Report: iPhone tops mobile web usage, Android gaining ground

According to AdMob's monthly Mobile Metrics report that analyzes what devices and operating systems use the most mobile data, Apple's mobile platform, primarily the iPhone, accounted for nearly 43

Google, Apple: Two mobile software visions

When Service-now.com, a maker of software for corporate information technology departments, created a smartphone version of its product last year, it bucked a major trend.

Results: Apple, Yahoo boost profits

Apple and Yahoo both increased profit in the second quarter despite the recession and Yahoo’s sinking ad revenue.

A billion can be such a small number

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 ships 5.2M iPhones during quarter

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

Report: Apple, RIM command outsize profits

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.

Apple halts App Store promo codes for apps rated 17+

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