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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

Cartoonist wins Pulitzer, sudden respect from Apple

Frustrated because Apple rejected your iPhone application and looking for a surefire approach for earning App Store approval? The answer is simple: Win a Pulitzer Prize. It worked for SFGate.com's

Next iPhone discovered... in a Silicon Valley bar?

As the blogosphere continues to debate whether or not photos published by technology website Gizmodo depict Apple's newest version of its iPhone, The New York Times--citing a source with direct

Found in a bar, the new iPhone

Apple has asked for a prototype iPhone found in a bar to be returned, fuelling speculation it is an early version of the next-generation of the device.   A letter sent

Google aggressively wooing iPhone developers to Android

Google is ramping up its efforts to court iPhone developers to write applications for its Android mobile platform, reaching out directly to programmers in an effort to convince them to expand their

Rumor Mill: Is this the next iPhone?

Speculation about what the next version of Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone will look like kicked into high gear after the blog Gizmodo posted pictures and a lengthy description of what it said was the

Apple delays new iPad 3G shipments until May 7

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) said customers who have not yet pre-ordered a 3G version of its iPad tablet will have to wait until May 7 for their order to ship, another indication of strong demand for the 3G

iPhone OS 4.0 jailbroken already

Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 may not even have been released, but it has already been jailbroken.   The team behind the redsn0w jailbreaking app have released a beta version f

iPhone leads smartphone developer battle

iPhone OS is the clear favorite smartphone

THE WRAP: Twitter offers ads, Palm offers itself

This week Twitter said it would start selling ads while Palm began the search for a buyer.   Twitter, which says it