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iPad sales top 1m mark as anti-trust probe looms

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

Apple facing antitrust probe over Flash apps ban

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

With 1M in sales, iPad surpasses original iPhone

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) reported it sold 1 million iPads in the gadget's first month of availability, nearly double the number of iPhones it sold during the iPhone's first month in service in June 2007.

Do we need to better understand mobile ad revenue potential?

The mobile advertising market could be worth more than $2.5 billion per month or more than $30 billion per year, according to a new, detailed analysis of average revenues per mobile user by Nielsen's

4G + cloud = the death of the PC

For all the hype about Apple’s status as an icon creator and wireless-internet game-changer, one of its more controversial decisions regarding has been its

News in Brief: Opera, Apple, Digiweb, America Movil, Kabel Deutschland, Google, Qwest Communications

Norway-based browser firm Opera Software has bought Web-based e-mail provider FastMail.

Some video iPad apps not operating well on 3G connection

electronista reported on Friday, the day the iPad 3G version went on sale, that certain iPad apps are running at poor quality or not running at all over AT&T's 3G connection. The YouTube app...

RIM kicks Motorola out of Tier 1 global handset listing

On the strength of its BlackBerry smartphones, Canadian vendor Research In Motion (NASDAQ: RIMM) is now the world's fourth largest maker of cell phones, according to new numbers from research firm

Samsung handset market share drops to 20%

The pressure from competitors put a slight dent in Samsung's first quarter cell phone market share. The company reported that it sold 64.3 million devices in the first quarter, an increase of 40

HP pins smartphone future on ailing Palm brand

Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Officer Mark Hurd may find his company’s latest foray into wireless phones is no easier than its failed first effort.