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iPhone greatest smartphone security treat: survey

Security professionals believe Apple’s iPhone is the riskiest smartphone enterprises can deploy, a survey by nCircle found.   Some 57% of security workers qu

RadioShack takes iPhone nationwide

Retailer RadioShack today said it will begin selling the Apple iPhone nationwide. In conjunction with the effort, the outlet also introduced a special pricing campaign around the touchscreen gadget.

Developers beat cautious path to iPad

With less than two weeks before Apple’s iPad is commercially released in the US, only a few content companies have access to the much-hyped device.   The Ne

Sprint takes aim at iPhone users in WiMAX ad campaign

Sprint Nextel is stepping up its 4G advertising campaign by directly taking on users of Apple's iPhone, and, by extension, larger rival AT&T Mobility. Sprint unveiled a new ad explaining how

News In Brief: EC, Alca-Lu, ZTE, Novell, Apple, Skype

The European Commission has adopted new rules covering mobile use on ships in Europe’s territorial waters.

Apple now accepting iPad app submissions

Apple is now accepting application submissions for its forthcoming iPad tablet device. According to details of an Apple email sent out Friday, developers must submit apps created via the iPhone SDK

Is T-Mobile looking at the iPhone?

T-Mobile USA may be setting its sights on Apple's iPhone as part of its turnaround efforts, according to a report in the Financial Times. As part of a broader report on how Deutsche Telekom CEO Rene

Canalys: RIM, Apple will lead smartphones, but Android lurks

Smartphone growth in the North American market will continue to be strong in 2010, with Research and Motion's BlackBerry and Apple iPhone leading the way, according to research firm Canalys. However,

News In Brief: Amazon, Claranet, Svyazinvest, Google, Telenor

Amazon has expanded the compatibility of its Kindle reader to Apple’s Mac computers.

HTC vows to fight Apple's patent suits

HTC is convinced it can counter a lawsuit brought against it earlier this month by Apple, and will use every means at its disposal to fight back. Eaerlier this month Apple sued HTC for infringing on