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Intel demos platform, partners with Ericsson

Intel unveiled on Monday the first Mobile Internet Device (MID) running on its Moorestown platform, and an Intel executive said the platform, which is scheduled for release sometime in the latter

Google has kill switch for Android apps

T-Mobile USA's G1, the first phone running on Google's Android software, has been billed as one of the few serious competitors to Apple's iPhone 3G in the smartphone space. It now stands side-by-side

Apple asks judge to toss out iPhone 3G lawsuit

Apple has asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit that iPhone 3G customers had brought against the company, saying that the customers did not ask the company to repair their iPhones or ask for a

Apple misses iPhone push service deadline

Apple has missed a self-imposed deadline to introduce "push" functionality with its recent iPhone 2.1 update. Senior vice president of iPhone software Scott Forstall promised developers in attendance

Walmart to sell iPhone 3G

Best Buy became the first third party retailer to sell Apple's iPhone 3G in September, and the blog Boy Genius Report is now reporting that retail giant Walmart will follow suit in November.

AT&T sets up online accounts for iPhone 3G users

AT&T Mobility announced it was offering online account setup for Apple's iPhone 3G customers so they can take care of necessary requirements before they enter a store to buy and activate the

The App Store after the gold rush

Three months past its launch, Apple's App Store is proving its staying power, generating more than $1 million in downloads a day and boasting more than 4,000 iPhone applications in all. But the

Five iPhone 3G myths explored

With talk swirling around Apple's iPhone 3G of late--Will it have cut and paste functions in the future? Is Flash really going to be developed for it?--here is a look at five myths that have been

Apple drops NDA for iPhone application developers

Apple has dropped the non-disclosure agreement it previously had forced application developers who wrote applications for the iPhone 3G to agree to, citing the burden it placed on developers. In a

Adobe confirms it: Flash being developed for iPhone 3G

Adobe has confirmed that it will produce a version of its popular Flash player for the iPhone 3G, pending Apple's approval of the technology. At the Flash On The Beach conference in Brighton, U.K.,