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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.,

Apple shares plunge, but may be saved by iPhone

Apple saw its shares plunge more than 18 percent by the end of trading Monday, as two analysts downgraded the computer and consumer electronics maker in the face of worsening economic conditions and

Will delay close WinMo's window of opportunity?

So far, seven is anything but lucky for Microsoft. The software giant has revealed to partners it will be forced to delay the release of its Windows Mobile 7 OS until at least the second half of

Apple closes App Store loophole

Apple has blocked an App Store end-around that enabled a rejected iPhone application developer to market his app across a distribution channel intending for beta testing and enterprise use. According

Apple releases unlocked iPhone 3G in Hong Kong

Breaking with its preferred business model, Apple has released an unlocked version of the iPhone 3G in Hong Kong, allowing users to pick their preferred carrier. The phones will go on sale in Hong

Mark Lowenstein: Improving the Store Experience

A couple of times a year, I do some wireless mystery shopping. I walk into several wireless stores--a mix of carrier-owned (Verizon, AT&T), independent third party (Wireless Toys), and big box

Apple recalls iPhone 3G charger

Apple has recalled the A/C power adapter for the iPhone 3G, warning that some of the chargers are faulty and could be potentially dangerous. The chargers that are at issue were distributed with the

Storm clouds gathering around Verizon

The market is abuzz with the notion the BlackBerry Storm-the device formerly known as Thunder-will saturate Verizon Wireless' stores sometime very soon. Verizon emailed a message hinting that the

Apple releases iPhone software patch

Apple released its new software patch for the iPhone 3G, a move made in part in response to numerous user complaints about the reliability of AT&T's 3G wireless network the device was supposed to