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Apple event spotlights iPhone developers

Apple last week hosted a press briefing in San Francisco to spotlight some of its iPhone developer partners and their upcoming mobile applications for the device. The purpose of the event was to

Report: Wal-Mart to sell iPhone 3G

Wal-Mart will reportedly begin selling Apple's iPhone 3G Dec. 28 in 2,500 of 3,500 Wal-Mart stores in the United States, as well as in 69 of 500 Sam's Club stores, according to JPRG Research analyst

Apple hit with another iPhone 3G lawsuit

Apple has been hit with another lawsuit related to the iPhone 3G. The suit claims, among other complaints, that the company has been aware of hairline cracks in the iPhone's casing. "Although Apple

The next TV GUI remains elusive

Several vendor booths at TelcoTV 2008 last week showed that the sector's technology innovators are continuing to work on new ideas for the consumer interface to TV and video programming. Whether that

G1 components total $149.83

The T-Mobile G1, the first phone running on Google's Android platform, has a Bill of Materials (BOM) cost of $149.83, according to the research group iSuppli. The company did a virtual inventory of

Apple passed RIM in smartphone market in Q3

When Apple announced that it had sold 6.9 million iPhones in its fiscal fourth quarter, Apple CEO Steve Jobs proclaimed that his company had passed Research In Motion in units shipped in the quarter.

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AT&T, Firethorn launch iPhone mobile banking app

AT&T Mobility announced that it had partnered with Firethorn Holdings to bring the company's mobile banking software to Apple's iPhone. Some of the banks that are part of the deal are America

Report: Lower-income Americans are turning to the iPhone

As the economy continues to weaken, lower-income Americans are turning to Apple's iPhone 3G, using it as an all-in-one device for Internet access and entertainment to save money, the research firm

Comparison shopping: Android Market vs. the App Store

Google's Android Market hasn't been open a full week, but already some application download patterns are suggesting how the OS will compare--and contrast--with Apple's rival App Store. In its first