Apple reversed its earlier ban on an iPhone application spotlighting industrial music group Nine Inch Nails after previously contending the app contains "objectionable content." First introduced in
Hours after releasing the iPhone OS 3.0 beta 5 for general consumption, Apple instructed developers that it will no longer accept any iPhone and iPod touch applications that are incompatible with the operating system update.
The smartphone space has become crowded. Apple, Google's Android platform, Research In Motion's BlackBerry OS, Microsoft's Windows Mobile platform and the Symbian OS are all competing for real estate
Few would argue Apple's hip, progressive marketing plays an enormous role in the success of products from Macs to iPods, and now there's compelling proof its advertising efforts translate to
The following is a countdown of the top five best-selling smartphones in the United States in the first quarter, according to research firm NPD Group.Click one of these thumbnails to get
Apple is building its own chip design team, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal, a move that could allow the company to bring exclusive features to its devices but also may help
Verizon Wireless is warming to the idea of an Apple (AAPL) partnership. Verizon Wireless is in talks with Apple to distribute two new iPhone-like devices, BusinessWeek has learned. Apple has created prototypes of the devices, and discussions reaching back a half-year have involved Apple CEO Steve Jobs, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Apple is breaking the mould yet again. While other phone and device makers are cutting back it is expanding, and into a new area that goes against grain of the entire consumer electronics industry: it is going to design its own chips.
Apple is commemorating the almost one-year anniversary of the App Store launch with ads proclaiming 1 billion app downloads. App stores have been launched for Android, Blackberry and Nokia smartphone
Palm may limit its stockpile of Pre smartphones at launch to fewer than 400,000 units, according to analysts surveyed by Bloomberg News. The goal? Generate more buzz after the handset quickly sells