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Apple Inc’s quarterly profit almost doubled after a jump in iPhone sales, particularly for the greater China region, blowing past Wall Street expectations and soothing fears the device was past its best days for sharp growth. Apple crushes Street targets, dispels iPhone fears

Short of cash at home? You can soon use your Nets card to pay for more home delivery services. Nets to launch iPhone-based Nets payment terminal

Siri helps Zooey transform a rainy day into the perfect day in. Apple iPhone 4S Rainy Day App

GiddyUp announced today the launch of a new mobile app designed to make social event planning easy and efficient. GiddyUp allows users to quickly create events, neatly display all the pertinent details, generate quick responses, and answers the age-old questions: “What is everybody doing tonight” and “Who else is going?” GiddyUp iPhone & Android App Makes Social Planning Easier

Apple’s iPhone 5 is undoubtedly launching this year. The big question now, is when will the device actually launch? iPhone 5 Won`t Appear Until October: 10 Reasons Why

Android phones have an identity problem: Few people know one model from another. There are exceptions to the rule, including Samsung‘s Galaxy line, which managed to bring a phone of the same name to all four major carriers, and Verizon’s Droid, which has been a hit. In Race to Beat iPhone, One Android Weighs In

ZTE Corp.China’s second-largest maker of phone equipment, said it has a chance to undercut competitors including Apple Inc. (AAPL)’s iPhone on handset prices as carriers may seek to reduce spending on subsidies. ZTE Sees Opportunity as U.S. Carriers Cut IPhone Subsidy

Apple, which now has more than $100 billion in cash on hand, said today that second-quarter sales and profit rose on continued demand for the iPhone 4S and new buyers of the third-generation iPad. Apple Results Top Estimates as iPhone Sales Soar

A somewhat misleading iPhone lock screen app has drawn criticism from more than 1,000 disgruntled customers who feel they were duped into buying the security-themed app, which, it turns out, provides only an entertaining, but mostly useless, facsimile of security. Lock My Screen iPhone App Does Anything But

Though most current Android smartphones come with high-resolution cameras, most of these pale in comparison to the iPhone 4S’ 8-MP shooter Not only does the average Android camera take lower quality pictures than Apple’s handset, it also takes a lot longer to fire up and shoot. Smartphone camera shootout: iPhone 4S vs. HTC One S



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