The legal tussle between Nokia and Apple is escalating. Nokia (NYSE: NOK) has filed a lawsuit against Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) for patent infringement, arguing that the company's iPhone and iPad products
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) benefited the most in the first quarter from rising smartphone sales, according to research firm IDC, boosting its global smartphone market share while Research In Motion (
Nokia (NYSE:NOK) CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo deflected criticism from shareholders of his management of the company, and promised to improve the Nokia's performance in smartphones against the likes of
This week, Huawei scrambled to head off a ban in India and the iPad reached a milestone in record time.
The personal computer is dead; long live the very personal computer. The numbers say so.
The smartphone market got even hotter in the first quarter, according to research firm Canalys, with stronger shipments from Nokia (NYSE: NOK) and Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) leading the way.
AT&T Mobility (NYSE: T) laid out its international data roaming rates for Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad 3G, and while steep, they are in line with what iPhone users have paid. The rates, as
Four weeks after the U.S. retail release of Apple's iPad, it's clear the company has another hit on its hands. On Monday Apple announced sales of the tablet have already surpassed the 1 million
The iPad has taken just 28 days to pass the 1 million mark – more than twice as fast as the iPhone, according to Apple. The much-hyped device reached the mileston
A month after rewriting its iPhone Developer Program License Agreement to mandate that all iPhone and iPod touch applications must be written to run directly on the iPhone platform, effectively