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AT&T and Verizon Wireless want Windows Phone smartphones to succeed in the U.S., partly to provide leverage against Apple’s demands for subsidies and other concessions required for selling the popular iPhone. Carriers desperately seeking Windows Phone

When Apple launched the iPhone 4S in October last year, there were some analysts who called it a disappointment. If Apple is in a bubble, its competitors are taking their time to pop it

Apple’s iPhone 5 could be the most important smartphone release since the original iPhone, with the world watching to see if its introduction will help beat Samsung down from what Strategy Analytics and ABI Research agree is that firm’s number one position in the global mobile phone biz. iPhone 5: Make or break for Apple v Samsung?

Apple has announced that its Worldwide Developers Conference has been set for June 11-15 and will take place at San Francisco’s Moscone West, the company said Wednesday. Why you shouldn’t expect ‘iPhone 5’ at WWDC

Love them or hate them, smartphones have transformed the travel experience for millions of Americans. When traveling around the States, we map out routes, see real-time traffic and find nearby restaurants in seconds. Taking Your iPhone Abroad? Read This First

The number of iPhone app downloads crashed in March, but the cost of marketing those apps held steady, according to the latest Fiksu index reportiPhone app dowloads plummeted in March while marketing costs held steady

Monster will be releasing a series of speakers that are compatible with iOS devices such as the iPhone andiPad as well as Android devices. In an interview before the launch of Monster’s latest range of headphones, Robert Fong, managing director for Asia Pacific shared the company’s plans for the all-in-one speaker market. Monster to release iPhone speaker docks this year

MetroPCS Communications Inc. (PCS) and Leap Wireless International Inc. (LEAP), the two biggest prepaid mobile-phone carriers in the U.S., are watching the iPhone’s booming sales from the sidelines. IPhone Frenzy Slows Growth for Prepaid Wireless Carriers

Samsung Electronics posted a record $5.2 billion quarterly profit as it shifted over 20,000 Galaxy smartphones an hour in January-March, outselling Apple’s iPhone in a duel for the lucrative high end of the mobile industry. Samsung Galaxy smartphones outsell Apple iPhone

New images brought to light by Oracles’s court case against Google indicate that Android was merely a clone of BlackBerry phones before the iPhone showed up. Pre-iPhone Android prototype revealed in Google trial ‘nothing like iPhone’



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