iPhone 3G inventories plummeted over the weekend. Computerworld said Apple's own inventory tool showed fewer than 9 percent of its stores had any phones to sell yesterday. As of 11 a.m. ET, only 16
Motorola is suing a former executive, claiming he violated a two-year noncompete agreement by becoming the head of global iPhone sales for Apple and recruiting two other former Motorola employees.
Despite myriad problems with Apple's iTunes activation server, the iPhone 3G's opening weekend
With Apple's iPhone 3G launch garnering so much media attention last week, Microsoft's Mobile Communications Business senior vice president Andrew Lees sat down with Dow Jones Newswires to confirm it
Glitches with Apple's iTunes activation server may have caused delays but it didn't stop Apple from selling 1 million 3G iPhones in its first three days of availability. This compares to the launch
The handful of lucky reviewers to have early access to the iPhone 3G have revealed their analysis of the new device, which goes on sale Friday, July 11. The conclusion: the iPhone 3G is cheaper and
The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg has a video review of the iPhone 3G. Check it out below...
Anticipation is growing for the Apple iPhone 3G debut on Friday and already we're hearing reports of
Apple's iPhone 3G drops at retail on Friday, but the feverish anticipation hasn't engulfed the mobile developer community--at least not navigation services developers, anyway. Forbes
Remember last June when long lines of people snaked around Apple and AT&T company-owned stores waiting to purchase the iPhone? Well some are predicting that the wait for the 3G iPhone could be