The twists and turns in the cheap iPhone saga are enough to give you whiplash.
Smoke, meet fire?
Will the iPhone 5 be coming to China Mobile’s 700 million subscribers? Apple needs this, sure, but make no mistake: China Mobile needs it just as bad.
Given that there are approximately a gazillion Android-based tablets on the market, you’d expect the Android hardware market for tablets would be massively fragmented. Think again.
T-Mobile’s subsidy-free iPhone is a max of four months away, according to T-Mobile CEO John Legere.
AT&T took a moment to toot its own horn this morning, announcing that it sold more than 10 million smartphones in the last quarter.
Sure, the iPhone 5 is a big part of Apple’s jump from 35.8 percent market share in the previous quarter, but it’s not the only part.
Apple’s first quarter is always its biggest quarter, since it starts before the Christmas shopping season.
With these two latest private data reveals, this is turning into a unwilling corporate equivalent of an adolescent show-me-yours-I’ll-show-you-mine.
In shocking news, Apple is working on a successor to the iPhone 5, 2012′s “gadget of the year,” and is updating iOS, the operating system on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
The cost of acquiring loyal users for iPhone and iPad apps shot up by almost a third last month as marketers started the big Christmas season push.
While 2012 didn’t have any single products that were as exciting as when we saw the iPad or iPhone for the first time, I have a feeling we’ll look back at this year as a turning point.
The speculation is that Apple is designing a new iWatch that connects to iPhones, relays messages, and displays status alerts. But would the company that reinvented the computer, the phone, and the way we consume media be aiming so low?
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Apple’s Christmas gifts this year (on top of loads of iPad and iPhone sales) included a few new patents.
Watch out Uber, the cab hailing app Hailo is hot on your heels in New York City.
In an extension of the Xbox gaming ecosystem to iOS, Microsoft game studio You vs the Internet has launched Wordament, the first-ever game for iOS with Xbox Achievements, on the Apple app store.
All of a sudden, Google’s expensive Motorola purchase is beginning to make sense.
T-Mobile has upgraded its networks in 14 markets including New York City, Boston, and Dallas to provide faster data speeds to the iPhone.
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CloudOn beats Microsoft to the punch.
After 47 updates, Pocket God’s final episode, Apocalypse Ow, is at hand.
You did not read that wrong. The iPhone runs Google’s Android operating system in Brazil … just not the one you’re thinking of.
Forget organizing your pictures, and just enjoy them with Everpix.
Korean electronics giant Samsung said today that it has dropped injunction requests against Apple products all across Europe, including in the U.K., France, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands.
Business analytics app maker Roambi surveyed its customers recently to find what works and what doesn’t work in business data, analytics … and office life.
Now you can share Brainshark presentations with any iOS or Android user — no app required.
Apple’s smartphone marketshare is growing slower than the overall smartphone market, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said today in a research note to investors. That fact will push Apple to release a cheaper iPhone for mass markets.
Surprising no one, Google Maps for the iPhone is insanely popular.
Wall Street and Apple are not cozy bedfellows this morning. Apple’s stock is down another $20 billion this morning in early trading on reports of iPhone component order cuts and softening demand.
Facebook slipped an update to its iPhone app under the door last night, just after releasing a completely rebuilt non-HTML5 Android version earlier today.
You may not be able to get Instagram photos inside Twitter, but at least now you can have them on your iPad. And your TV. With music. And … in a slideshow.
To learn more about how Google approached building the long-awaited app, we chatted with Daniel Graf, the director of Google Maps for mobile.
Apple has named the top free and paid iApps of 2012 — as well as the company’s picks for best apps and best games of the year.
As rumored earlier tonight, Google Maps is now available on the iOS app store. It’s completely revamped and, from my early experience, better than ever.
Google announced a major update to Google Currents, its Flipboard/Pulse competitor today.
Editor’s Pick Today Grokr is releasing a Google Now for iOS. Except … not exactly. Actually, it’s much better than Google Now, and it is likely to stay that way for a long time.
The TaskOne combines features of a Leatherman, a bike repair tool, and an iPhone case. It’s the ultimate in nerd phone protection.
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