In March, consumers downloaded two million fewer iPhone apps, or a 30 percent drop, highlighting a shifting taste from cheaper novelty programs to higher-quality service software.
The openness of the Internet is under threat from Facebook and Apple, and government control, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said, claiming the U.S. could turn into China or Iran. But is it really that bad?
Steve Jobs, the Apple co-founder who pioneered the PC industry and transformed the way people consume music, movies and mobile media, died Wednesday at the age of 56.
AT&T plans to release Mango to Windows phones, including the HTC Surround, LG Quantum and Samsung Focus, starting on Tuesday.
Microsoft plans to roll out Windows Phone 7.5, dubbed “Mango,” in a week or two, in an attempt to beef up its sluggish software to compete with Android and iOS 5.
Samsung is attempting to ban Apple’s unreleased iPhone 5, the latest in nearly a dozen courtroom battles that spans the globe.
Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook said the company’s principles and values won’t change, in the uncertain wake of Steve Jobs’ resignation.
Steve Jobs today announced his resignation from Apple, citing an inability to continue due to ongoing health issues, leaving behind one of the world’s most valuable companies he helped turn around.
RadioShack, which discounted the iPhone 4 last week, is reportedly slashing prices further to $170, in the latest sign retailers are clearing inventory to prepare for the iPhone 5 in the coming months.
Two Republican senators backed AT&T’s $39 billion bid to buy T-Mobile, urging regulators to consider the benefits before deciding whether to approve or block the transaction.