An iPad-specific version of Facebook's official iOS app has been discovered.
Law enforcement officials across the nation are preparing to adopt a new facial-scanning device designed specifically for the iPhone.
Beginning tomorrow, thousands of geeks, nerds, and geeky nerds will descend upon San Diego for the biggest geek-fest known to mankind.
Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2011 third quarter, which ended on June 25.
Google has rolled out an iPhone app for its nascent Google+ social networking platform.
Despite dwindling sales of the now "old" iPhone 4, Apple is set to report a 69% rise in profits this quarter. How, you ask? The iPad of course, along with supplemental sales from Mac computers.
According to a recent ChangeWave survey, up to 46% of consumers planning to buy a smartphone in the next 90 days say they'll choose an Apple iPhone.
A prominent industry analyst believes sales of Apple's wildly popular iPhone will remain on track despite a massive surge in Android activations.
Apple's launched a new series of patent infringement claims against HTC, relating to several Android smartphones and the company's Flyer tablet.
Not only are users downloading more apps for their iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches, they're also paying more for them.
You might want to read the fine print the next time you download a so-called 'free' iPhone game.
Amazon is allowed to continue using the term "Appstore" for its third-party online outlet for Android apps.
New data about the makeup of the mobile market is not very favorable for RIM.
On July 7th, Verizon will replace its unlimited smartphone data plan with three separate tiers: $30 for 2GB per month, $50 for 5GB and $80 for 10 GB.
Insuring the safety of your iPhone is soon to be a lot cheaper.
Consumers who buy 'Rio' on DVD or Blu-ray will get a little something extra with their purchase.
Google's Android is currently the most popular mobile operating system, with approximately 38% of smartphone consumers owning devices powered by the OS.
The iPhone isn't just for the rich and famous anymore.
An analyst has serious doubts about earlier reports that suggested a low-end iPhone was on the way.
If you're curious about the iPhone 5, you're already behind the times.