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That sums up my attitude toward Apple Inc., as we wait for the consumer-products behemoth to roll out the iPhone 5. Apple has a lot to live up to and — for a change — live down. Apple’s iPhone 5: Put up or shut up

Sprint said on Thursday that the iPhone would become available this month on Virgin Mobile USA, its service for prepaid plans, where customers pay for the service as they use it. Apple Buddies Up With Cheaper Wireless Partners for iPhone

After an iPhone user on T-Mobile’s network got 3G coverage near Moscone today, the carrier announces that it will provide an iOS-device-compatible ’4G’ HSPA+ Mobile network to WWDC attendees. T-Mobile to offer iPhone-compatible ’4G’ at WWDC

Sprint Nextel Corp. has confirmed that it will become the second pay-as-you-go carrier to offer the Apple Inc. iPhone, through its Virgin Mobile USA unit beginning June 29. IPhone Q&A: What’s the Best Wireless Plan for You?

Apple  may be trying to minimize Google’s presence on its mobile screens, but Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster doesn’t expect the search giant to feel much pain. iPhone and iPad to account for 2% of Google’s 2012 revenue

The people who drop tech devices are at it again. This time they’ve tested Samsung’s hot new Galaxy S III smartphone to see how it fares against life’s little traumas of clumsy owners, kids and cars. Galaxy S III suffers a bit more than iPhone 4 in drop tests

Poletti: Apple Inc. is hosting its World Wide Developer Conference next week, and fans on both East and West coasts are speculating on what the company has in store. Will iPhone 5 Launch Next Week? Unlikely

An Apple Inc lawyer said the iPhone and iPad maker may seek a legal order stopping the launch of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd‘s Galaxy S III phone in the United States later this month. iPhone maker Apple may seek to stop U.S. launch of Galaxy phone

A California-based app developer is facing legal action for reportedly taking children’s information and selling it without parental permission. iPhone App Maker Sued For Allegedly Selling Private Data On Kindergartners

Social network offers its millions of users a range of games and programs that can be used on web and mobile. Facebook app store launches

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