Apple has issued an official statement in an attempt to explain recent reports about the gathering and use of location information by the company's flagship iPhone handset.
After all the coverage of iPhone and Android location tracking, Microsoft says its mobile platform does the same thing.
The iPhone is the smartphone of choice, right, the object of everybody's desire? Wrong.
There is finally a hazy light at the end of a dark tunnel for those of us who find ourselves sending embarrassing texts when we've had one too many.
Compared to this time last year, consumer taste is exceedingly leaning toward Google's mobile OS.
Newly leaked photos show a white iPhone running on T-Mobile 3G service.
It's a corporate battle for the ages.
A number of U.S. legislators have expressed concern over a recent report that iPhones and iPads running iOS 4 are stealthily tracking and logging the locations of their owners.
It's like giving the mobile carrier a license to print money.
The number of people signing up for AT&T service for the first time has plummeted.
Two security researchers have discovered that iPhones and 3G iPads running iOS 4 are "routinely" tracking and recording user locations (along with time stamps) in a hidden file.
The iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch are selling like hotcakes with Apple laughing all the way to the Federal Reserve Bank – well, almost.
What used to be a purse staple on a Saturday night is fast becoming an item of the past: the digital camera.
Twitter is one of those tools that’s especially cool when used on your mobile phone. The problem? Most Twitter for mobile clients absolutely suck.
The U.S. military is currently in the process of deploying smartphones within its ranks.
Verizon may have accrued some seriously cool points for picking up the iPhone, but the carrier lost them all by eliminating its one-year contract plan.
While some cable TV channels are paranoid about the iPad and live streaming, ESPN is fully embracing it.
According to a recent survey, 37 percent of American teenagers are hoping to buy an iPhone in the next six months, where around 20 percent will go big for the iPad. Why?
... Back to the days when video arcades were actually cool.
Apple is reportedly planning to expand the use of its Thunderbolt port technology to other devices besides the Macbook.