Foxconn worker still dies after landing in safety net

Another Foxconn employee seems to have jumped to her death, as the "anti-suicide" nets draped around the company's campus apparently didn't do anything to cushion the deadly fall.

Dish streams live content to mobile devices

Dish will be serving up live satellite TV on a variety of mobile devices, including Android smartphones, iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches and BlackBerries.

One-fourth of iPhone 4 owners upset with antenna issues

Even though Apple would argue that only a handful of people ever experienced any problems with the iPhone 4's faulty antenna design, nearly 25% of all iPhone 4 owners are upset.

Clearwire hits Appleā€™s 4G iSpot

Clearwire has introduced a personal 4G hotspot that supports a number of mobile Apple devices, including the iPad, iPod Touch and, yes, the iPhone.

Vonage lets Facebook users call each other for free

There's a new mobile app on the iPhone and Android that lets users call their Facebook friends for free without needing to divulge their personal cell phone number.

Americans covet Apple's shiny iPhone

Android may be poised to dominate the US smartphone market, but a recent survey indicates that Apple’s shiny iPhone remains quite a coveted device. 

New app makes iPhone jailbreaking easy as pie

If you're an iPhone owner and you hear all this great stuff about "jailbreaking" your phone but have no idea how to actually do it, there's a new app that makes it quite easy, and for the first time it can be done without connecting to an external computer.

Phone apps collecting user data - but should we be worried?

Up to half of free Android apps, and a quarter of free iPhone apps, are gathering and sharing sensitive data from a user's phone.

Is Apple downloading data from your iPhone?

A number of iPhone owners have reportedly observed large, unprompted data transfers that occur overnight.

Don't upgrade iPhone 3G to iPhone 4 software, warn users

If you have an iPhone 3G and feel left out because there's not a big problem to complain about like iPhone 4 owners, then just upgrade your phone to the iOS 4 software, which apparently can render the device useless.

SteamPunk artillery targets Apple iPhone

MaxNick is targeting Apple's iPhone and iPad with its SteamPunk-themed Box Battle artillery game.

Verizon users consuming more data than iPhone owners

AT&T was the first major carrier to introduce tiered pricing for mobile data, on fears that iPhone users might end up using too much, but it turns out Verizon users are the ones who are eating up the wireless spectrum.

Apple wants you to "just say no" to jailbreaking

Have you ever been tempted to jailbreak your iPhone? Is the peer pressure simply too much for you to bear? Well, Steve Jobs feels your pain - but wants you to take a deep breath and "just say no."

Updated: Final countdown begins for Dell Streak tablet launch

The final countdown for the long-awaited launch of Dell’s Streak tablet has begun. The device - which hits the steamy streets sometime this summer - is expected to carry a $300 price tag contingent upon a 2 year service contract with AT&T.

Could forced freedom make Apple stronger?

Clearly, Apple will fight the recent ruling surrounding opening up phones - but they may do better if they just capitulate.    

Citibank customers may have exposed info through iPhone app

Citigroup issued a warning today noting that there were some security loopholes in its mobile banking iPhone app, and also released an update that patches the hole.

Is jailbreaking your iPhone legal?

If Steve Jobs and Apple had their way, the penalty for jailbreaking would undoubtedly involve the mandatory donning of an ill-fitting orange jumpsuit and a one-way ticket to Guantanamo Bay.

Apple nearly quadruples iPhone 4 international markets

Beginning this Friday, the iPhone 4 will officially be available in 17 more countries in addition to the 5 that have already received the device.

HP phones will use WebOS and WebOS only

HP will shortly begin producing its own mobile phones for the first time in several years, and it will be using its newly acquired WebOS operating system exclusively.

Fixing antenna in white iPhone 4: will Apple admit failure?

Some are suggesting that the real reason behind the delay of Apple's iPhone 4 is because the company is looking at ways to tweak the phone's antenna. But wouldn't that mean Apple is admitting fault?