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Web users jump the line for EU iPads

Consumers huddled under sleeping bags outside Apple stores overnight awaiting the official European launch of the iPad, were beaten to the punch by online users who started taking delivery on Thu

THE WRAP: The Foxconn suicides, an Apple milestone

This week, Apple hit another milestone, while Dell unveiled its first handheld device.  

Another suicide attempt at Foxconn plant

Another Foxconn worker attempted to take his life yesterday, narrowly avoiding becoming the 13 th worker this year to commit suicide at the troubled factory.  

Flash finds more allies in war with Apple

Nokia, Opera and a number of media companies have thrown their support behind Adobe in the battle with Apple over Flash.   Emboldened by the emergence of competing

Apple passes Microsoft as tech leader; Google resists international regulators

It's getting tougher all the time to tell the players without a scorecard. For instance, imagine considering Microsoft the underdog and Apple the tech bully. That's exactly what's happened, though,

Apple passes Microsoft to become biggest tech firm

A sign of the times. The passing of an era. Changing of the guard.

Verizon CEO: Component shortages hampering supply of HTC Incredible

At a Barclays Capital Global Communications, Media & Technology conference in New York today, Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) CEO Lowell McAdam said that demand for the HTC Droid Incredible has been

Apple facing online music probe?

The US Justice Department is in the early stages of a possible anti-trust probe into Apple’s behavior in the online music market.   DoJ staff have talked to music l

Wal-Mart drops iPhone 3GS price to $97

Starting tomorrow Wal-Mart will reduce the price on the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone 3GS with 16 GB of memory to $97 down from $199, with a two-year contract. According to the Wall Street Journal,

Microsoft to reshuffle phone and game units

Stung by a continuing disinterest in its broadband products--particularly smartphones--Microsoft is said to be ready to "reorganize parts of its phone and game unit this week," according to the New