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Jobs back at work, Apple confirms

Apple has confirmed that CEO Steve Jobs is back at work following six months of medical leave. But the 54-year-old Jobs, who recently undertook a liver transplant as treatment for his prostate cancer, will work from home a couple of days a week.

Apple rejects C64 emulator, softcore app for iPhone

Manomio's C64 1.0 and Allen the Geek's Hottest Girls are the latest iPhone and iPod touch applications to fall victim to the whims of Apple's App Store submission guidelines, although the apps

Apple showing shortages of new iPhone

Ten days after the iPhone 3GS went on sale, Apple is reporting shortages of the new model across the United States. The company introduced a widget to show where the shortages are in its retail

Apple unleashes second wave of iPhone 3G S launches

One week after Apple's new iPhone 3G S model went on sale, the second wave of launches has swept the globe. Lines formed in Japan and Australia, but the response seems to be similar to the first

Palm's App Catalog tops 1M downloads

Palm's App Catalog for its webOS platform has hit 1 million downloads, according to the mobile analytics and advertising company Medialets. However, the company has said it won't be drawn into an

Verizon CEO dances around iPhone, Android questions

Verizon Communications CEO Ivan Seidenberg ducked a question about if--or when--Verizon Wireless would launch a version of Apple's iPhone and also did not directly answer whether the carrier would

Sprint CFO says new iPhone not impacting Pre sales

Sprint Nextel will continue to see shortages of the Palm Pre, but the company has not experienced any impact from Apple's new iPhone model, the carrier's CFO said. "We still have a backlog of

Does the App Store violate net neutrality?

Developers have long questioned the seemingly arbitrary guidelines Apple employs to determine which iPhone applications win App Store approval. But now Apple and exclusive U.S. operator partner

Apple offers iTunes credit to make up for iPhone activation delays

Apple is offering customers who have faced delays in activating their new iPhone 3G S an apology by giving them $30 in iTunes Store credit. The company began notifying customers Sunday that if they

Apple sells 1M new iPhones over weekend

Apple sold more than 1 million iPhone 3G S units over the weekend, the company today said, reaching the sales milestone with what many pundits described as less fanfare than previous iPhone launches.