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Sling Media blames Apple for denying app 3G support

Placeshifting technology developer Sling Media finally issued the long-awaited iPhone edition of its SlingPlayer Mobile video application last week, but the release version of the app does not

Report: AT&T mulls cheaper iPhone data plans

AT&T Mobility is considering cutting the price of its monthly data plan for Apple's iPhone or offering a range lower-priced plans, according to a BusinessWeek report. The report, citing unnamed

News In Brief: Apple, Unicom, RIM, MeettheBoss.com, Spreadtrum, China Telecom

Apple has made between $20-$45 million from its 1 billion App store downloads, Lightspeed Venture partners estimated.    Mobile music discovery service Shazam and partners such as Apple, AT&T and Verizon have been

News In Brief: China Mobile, Unitech, Apple, Nokia Siemens, Telefonica

China Mobile has awarded Motorola a one-year contract worth $310 million to provide mobile equipment and services.   Unitech Wireless has

Top-selling touchscreen devices in the U.S.

The following list is derived from Nielsen's Mobile Device Insights platform. Starting at No. 10, it ranks the top-selling touchscreen phones in the United States, according to responses collected

News In Brief: Acer, Nortel, Ixia, Apple

Nokia and Apple go head-to-head with app store plans

The battle of the app stores continues to heat up, with Nokia promising that its forthcoming Ovi Store will go live with about 10,000 items, while Apple is under fire again for saying it will only consider products based on the new iPhone 3.0 software for App Store.

News In Brief: Apple, AT&T, Unitech Wireless, Ericsson, Virgin

Apple has banned Maza Digital 's Drivetrain bittorrent client from its app store, citing copyright concerns.    Researchers from AT&T, NEC and Corning have

Apple lifts ban on 'objectionable' NIN app for iPhone

Apple reversed its earlier ban on an iPhone application spotlighting industrial music group Nine Inch Nails after previously contending the app contains "objectionable content." First introduced in

Apple mandates iPhone 3.0 compatibility for new apps

Hours after releasing the iPhone OS 3.0 beta 5 for general consumption, Apple instructed developers that it will no longer accept any iPhone and iPod touch applications that are incompatible with the operating system update.