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What is the App Store's true value?

Few questions are more awkward and inappropriate than "How much money do you make?" And yet it seems like everyone wants to know how much revenue the App Store generates for Apple--and since the

Apple iPhone action heats up in Asia

Fervor for Apple's new iPhone 3GS continues, nearly a month after the launch of the new model. Crowds gathered in Singapore for the device, and SingTel, Apple's local carrier partner, estimated that

Google-Apple link sparks worries

Cooperation between tech giants Google and Apple may shift following Google's announcement of a new operating system for netbooks and--potentially--desktop computers, according to Reuters. Indeed,

Consolidated iPhone 3G lawsuits head to Apple’s backyard

A panel of federal judges consolidated a dozen lawsuits alleging performance problems and misleading marketing in Apple's iPhone 3G. According to ComputerWorld, the panel combined them into one

Apple's iPhone 3GS: What it costs to make

From the outside, nearly everything about Apple's iPhone 3GS seems nearly identical to the iPhone 3G released last year. Even Apple's TV ads make light of this fact: The phone looks the same as before, the company says, but it does so much more.

Apple issues iPhone OS 3.1 beta

Apple released the beta version of its iPhone OS 3.1 software, including enhancements to improve video, MMS and speech recognition features in the new iPhone 3G S. "iPhone SDK 3.1 beta and iPhone OS

Back from the dead: A history of rejected iPhone apps

Less than a year after introducing its App Store for iPhone and iPod touch, Apple announced in early June that the virtual storefront now boasts more than 50,000 mobile applications. Of course, that

What's next for the iPhone?

Although the latest incarnation of the iPhone launched less than two weeks ago, it appears Apple is wasting no time in applying for patents for technology that it could add to future iPhone models.

With the dawn of the superphone, where is Microsoft?

Over the past two years spawned by Apple's iPhone, a new class of iconic, need-to-have, shiny converged mobile devices (or smartphones) have come on to the scene that have had a profound impact on

Jobs back at work, Apple confirms

Apple has confirmed that CEO Steve Jobs is back at work following six months of medical leave. But the 54-year-old Jobs, who recently undertook a liver transplant as treatment for his prostate cancer, will work from home a couple of days a week.