Google said that Apple rejected its Google Voice application for the iPhone, contrary to Apple's statements last month to the FCC that it was still reviewing the offering. Google's assertion that
Apple has warned that "jailbreaking" (i.e. unlocking) iPhones is not only a federal offense under US digital copyright law, it's also a grave threat to cellular networks.
Apple held its "It's Only Rock and Roll" event last week in San Francisco, and as the name suggests, the spotlight fell squarely on the iPod media player line as the firm introduced a Nano with a
Singapore's StarHub in April launched Hub Troopers, which it defines as an "elite team of highly trained digital experts." Hub Troopers, Singapore's version of the Geek Squad in the US, o
Owners of Apple's iPhone are prolific users of mobile apps but are turned off by mobile advertising, recent research has revealed. A study of mobile ads by Chiti
China Mobile is still in talks on selling the iPhone in China, despite the recent deal between Apple and China Unicom. China Mobile boss Wang Jianzhou confirmed
When someone writes the history of the handset business in the 21st century, 2009 will surely go down as the year it changed forever.
Apple has revealed that it has 50 million devices on the market with access to the iTunes App store.
Roaming specialist Roamware has acquired Irish m-commerce firm Macalla Software. The company will remain HQ’d in Ireland, but operate under the Roamware name.
Apple and AT&T are reportedly at work on a new iPhone software update that would add several new operator-specific features to the device. Citing sources with knowledge of the effort,