Taiwan operator Chunghwa Telecom is reportedly in discussions with Apple to sell the iPhone, but only if the company offers a 3G version of the device. The DigiTimes reports that the
Apple has indicated that it has no plans to drop the price of its iPhone any time soon. Good, because that would make a lot of consumers who just shelled out $500 and $600 quite angry. During Apple's
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We've noticed a few spurious reports covering Apple's investor relations conference call earlier this week: Apple did not promise to launch the iPhone in Europe by September, but rather December of
AT&T said 146,000 subscribers bought the iPhone in the second quarter, while Apple reported that it sold 270,000 iPhones, which generated $5 million in revenues. Why the discrepancy? AT&T
Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â What's Eating Qualcomm Inc.? At first blush, you might answer: What isn't? Its closest ally, Verizon Wireless, has just inked a deal with its litigious arch-nemesis Broadcom. The EU has
Apple's iPhone appears to be wreaking havoc on parts of Duke University's WiFi network. A Duke University spokesman said an analysis of the traffic found that iPhones jammed parts of the campus'
By Ken Hyers and John Byrne The hype that is the iPhone, fed by a perfect storm of skillful marketing, media stories and an underlying desire from consumers for the ultimate media-centric mobile
Search giant Google is developing a new mobile search service to aid consumers seeking to purchase ringtones, games and related premium content. The Wall Street Journal, citing sources
Everyone in the industry has been talking about Apple's phone, perhaps even fierce competitors have come together over the device. Today marks