Apple has introduced an app that allows users to track down their lost or stolen iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches.
Social networking sites such as Facebook have contributed to a staggering increase in the number of mobile app users.
An iPad-controlled quadricopter has taken to the skies above E3 in Los Angeles.
While most talk of a non-AT&T iPhone has been directed at the #1 carrier, Verizon, there's a growing thought that T-Mobile may be the first new service provider to carry the Apple phone.
AdMob CEO Omar Hamoui has criticized Apple for effectively banning third-party iPhone data collection.
Adobe and Greystripe have announced a joint initiative to circumvent Apple's heavy-handed mobile Flash ban.
The hype surrounding Apple's WorldWide developer Confernce kick-off today is overwhelming. Here's 5 reasons not to care.
Appular has launched the first HTML5 iPhone game demo.
The title - dubbed Hand of Greed - features intense, blade strewn action, along with touch screen controls, fluid animations and dynamic lighting effects.
Someone had to be the first, and AT&T decided that it would be the one to take the plunge - the carrier has announced that it will completely eliminate unlimited data service from new mobile subscription plans.
That's not a typo in the headline; Google has updated its mobile search engine so that people who run a search from their iPhone will be provided with a list of matching apps.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has opined that Android - rather than Windows - will power the majority of next-gen tablet devices.
Can Google's Android strategy be compared to Microsoft's tactical offensive against Apple in the late 1980s?
AT&T made a quick blurb today that year-to-date sales of the iPhone have been more heavily concentrated with business customers than has been typical with the consumer-oriented device.
Fring has enabled free, two-way Internet video calling for Android-based devices.
A security researcher has claimed that Apple's iPhone fails to adequately protect user data from unauthorized access.
Mercedes-Benz is expanding its love for iDevices by outfitting its dealers with the Apple tablet and trying to prove that it can work in enterprise environments.
Hipsters in mass suicide pact upon realization that Apple products will be used by people wearing sweats and shopping at, uhm, Walmart.
The undisputed success of Apple and Google in the portable device market has apparently prompted Microsoft to plan "major organizational changes" in the division responsible for Windows Phone, Zune HD and the Xbox 360.
Nokia and Yahoo have formed a "strategic alliance" with the hopes of challenging Apple's wildly successful iPhone.
After Google’s successful I/O show last week new voices claim it as the new anti-Apple or a new Microsoft.