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Speculation is mounting that Apple will unveil its next iPhone on J

iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 hints at AT&T data tethering

The release of Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 indicates the next version of the smartphone will likely offer U.S. consumers data tethering, a feature long desired by AT&T (NYSE:T)

With a possible June 7 launch, Apple raises iPhone expectations

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) likely will unveil the next version of its popular iPhone June 7, and the event may well serve as the next chapter in the increasingly heated battle between Apple and its

Apple helps Google get AdMob approval

Apple was the unwitting spur that prompted US competition authorities to clear rival Google’s purchase of mobile advertising firm AdMob on Friday.   The Federal T

Foxconn faces probe over worker suicides

A Taiwanese electronics manufacturer that produces iPhones and iPads for Apple is being scrutinized after a spate of staff suicides.   Foxconn faces a joint probe into

AT&T hiking smartphone ETF to $325

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) plans to raise its early termination fee for smartphones and netbooks from $175 to $325, effective June 1. The change comes just ahead of Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) expected

Paranoid to the core

Apple's lost iPhone has already entered folklore, but this apparently simple case has become a touch-point for a host of other issues.  An Apple software engineer, Gray Powell, lost the phone

Google unveils Android 2.2, Froyo, in escalating war against Apple

SAN FRANCISCO--As expected, Google used its I/O developer conference to unveil the next version of its popular Android smartphone operating system. Among the new advancements to the version, which,

Gartner: Google swoops past Microsoft in smartphone rankings

Google's Android platform is on the rise, according to the latest data from research firm Gartner. According to the firm, Android surpassed Microsoft's Windows Mobile platform in the first quarter

AT&T's de la Vega downplays prepaid growth, potential iPhone loss

AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) CEO Ralph de Vega dismissed the growth of the prepaid wireless market and insisted that the real industry growth is in mobile data plans and "connected" devices. The