In the world of smartphone apps, there's one universal problem that everyone can agree is really stupid: fart apps. So Apple and RIM have both decided to eliminate them altogether.
One advertising firm has revealed that its reach on Android devices has only continued to grow while an iPhone plateau is causing Apple to take a backseat, suggesting the iPhone is losing ground in a very important market.
Taiwanese manufacturer Pegatron has spilled the beans on the production of a CDMA version of the iPhone 4, all but confirming that the Apple phone is heading to Verizon in just a few months.
As the carrier with the highest number of dropped calls, lowest customer satisfaction rating, and smallest 3G coverage area, AT&T's lifeblood over the last few years has been its iPhone exclusivity.
Apple will be getting a Chinese stamp in its passport yet again as it plans to launch the iPhone 4 in the gigantic nation this Saturday.
Carol Bartz, the CEO of Yahoo, has nothing but bad things to say about Apple's iAd mobile advertising platform. Yahoo!? Really?
Even though Apple now suddenly claims that the iPhone 4's antenna problems are even less of an issue than it originally stated, Consumer Reports cannot agree with that statement.
At this point, Apple's attitude about the iPhone 4 is, "If you're worried about our faulty antenna, tough luck." The company's deal to give customers a free case to protect the antenna will end at the end of the month.
In what is perhaps the most devastating move for Blackberry's dominance in the enterprise phone market, one of the biggest companies in the US is testing a new plan that would ditch its employees' Blackberries and give them iPhones instead.
It's an app world after all. Mobile users are getting more app-hungry every day, and a new report from Nielsen shows just how important apps are to the mobile landscape.
Calmly rising up among a veritable swamp of Verizon iPhone discussion and rumors, a Tweet from Wired's editor in chief now suggests that T-Mobile will actually be the first outside of AT&T in the US to get its name on an Apple phone.
Adding to its slate of support on the iPad as well a game systems, Blu-ray players, and Internet-connected TVs, Netflix has now found millions of potential new homes with support for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
For Dallas resident Vince Hunter, the $4.99 he paid for his iCam iPhone app proved to be more than worth it when he was notified about motion sensors going off in his house and then watched in real-time as burglars broke through his windows.
Business software specialist Intuit is bringing an entire credit card payment solution to the iPhone, an addition that will help boost the device's presence among small business users.
Let's face it - even if you're not a Google Android fanboy you probably still have a Gmail account. Google has just rolled out a new mobile app that makes checking that e-mail account a bit easier on the iPhone.
Apple's continuing in its efforts to dictate exactly what its products are used for by applying for a patent on a way to prevent iPhone and iPod users from jailbreaking their devices.
Geeks across America have been salivating ever since Motorola announced a special edition of its Droid 2 phone designed to look like everyone's favorite little droid, R2-D2, but now an iPhone case maker is trying to steal that thunder.
Abdulrahman AlZanki is credited with quite possibly being the youngest entrepreneur in Kuwait, and at 14 years old he is nearing his millionth iPhone app sale.
AT&T continues to shy away from blowing the iPhone horn, Apple is working on new iPhone chipsets, and Verizon has stopped its cocky "we don't need the iPhone" mentality. You know what that means...
The latest mobile version of Adobe Flash is now available on the iPhone 4. Before you go out and start murdering someone, it's only a hack, and a very rough one at that.