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Photos: 3G iPhone Launched

The 3G iPhone has launched! Check out these photos of the next iPhone take over the industry. Also click here to see our latest coverage on the

Anticipation for 3G iPhone grows

Anticipation is mounting in advance of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday in San Francisco, where the 3G iPhone is expected to make its debut. Analysts and others are speculating on

Softbank, Telefonica are latest operators to get iPhone deals

Japanese and Spanish consumers will get a taste of the iPhone by the end of the year. Softbank, which is Japan's third largest operator, cut a deal with Apple and said it will begin selling the

Palm still on track to debut Linux OS by late 2008

During an appearance at the recent JP Morgan Tech Show in Boston, Palm CFO Andrew Brown confirmed the company remains on track to release a Linux-based next-gen operating system--i.e., the so-called

"American Idol" generates 78 million SMS messages

AT&T is touting its text messaging traffic surge generated by "American Idol" fans who used their cell phones to vote for their pick. This season's show generated more than 78 million text

Tapping the touchscreen phenomenon

Phones such as Apple's iPhone and the LG Prada phone have made resistive touchscreens the latest phenomenon in handset design. Both phones make use of Synaptic's capacitive technology that enables

Lowenstein: Who will be the next king of wireless data?

By Mark Lowenstein I am very pleased to inaugurate this series of monthly opinion columns with Fierce Wireless, reprising the role I had for several years at Wireless Week. As many of you might

WWDC to include iPhone applications track

Apple announced its annual Worldwide Developers Conference will for the first time feature an iPhone development track, promising in-depth sessions and hands-on labs spotlighting the OS X iPhone 2.0

AT&T customers will get BlackBerry Bold first

AT&T customers will be able to get their hands on the BlackBerry Bold, also known as the BlackBerry 9000, in July for $300. Other

Orange inks iPhone deals for EMEA

French telecom Orange has inked a deal with Apple for iPhone carriage in countries throughout the Middle East, Africa and a number of European countries. The carrier issued a one sentence press