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Cashing in on the app store craze

Just how many app stores do we need? According to GetJar, there's 38 of them out there.

ARM chills Apple takeover rumors

ARM Holdings dismissed recent market rumors that Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) might be considering a bid for the company. The rumors, which first began circulating in the London Evening Standard, said Apple

Microsoft profit surges but falls short of expectations

Microsoft failed to impress stock markets with a record 35% rise in first quarter profit, after a run of positive results from other tech bellwethers increased expectations on Wall Street.

THE WRAP: Apple soars as Nokia, Qualcomm stumble

This week Apple overcame the humiliation of its iPhone secrets revealed as it soared further away from its rivals.   Apple’s

Google acquires startup Agnilux, stirs Android tablet rumors

Google confirmed it acquired a stealth hardware company called Agnilux, fueling speculation that it is moving closer to porting its software platforms--including Android--to tablets. Terms of the

iPhone sales drive AT&T sub growth

Apple's storming success in the smartphone market last quarter had a knock-on effect for exclusive US handset partner AT&T, driving a record quarterly gain in wireless subscribers.

Apple profit soars 90% on iPhone sales

Apple's profit soared 90% last quarter in its best non-holiday financial period ever, driven once again by surging iPhone sales.   The company

Apple's iPhone shipments continue to soar

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) sold a record number of iPhones in its most recent quarter, and reported strong increases in profits and revenue--results that topped most analyst expectations. Apple sold 8.75

Lenovo releases Android phone, uncorks smartphone ambitions

Lenovo said it will begin selling its first smartphone, dubbed LePhone, in China next month--and the computer maker outlined its plans to push deeper into phones and mobile Internet services in

Real or not, Apple wants its iPhone back

Apple wants its iPhone back. After the tech blog Gizmodo posted photos and a description of what it said is the next version of Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) popular iPhone, Apple formally requested the