After years of negotiations, China Mobile finally began selling Apple's iPhone to its 776 million subscribers in January. Now, the world's largest mobile carrier probably wishes it hadn't.
Rumor has it that Marissa Mayer wants Yahoo to be the default search tool on the iPhone--and who can blame her?
Medium's iPhone app is nice enough, but it would be better with more user control over content and some editing tools.
Apple launched its smartphone-vehicle integration offering called CarPlay at the Geneva Motor Show last week, but it might be too little, too late, warns Strategy Analytics.
Not being one to wear their intentions on their sleeve, executives at Apple are staying mum about rumors concerning their efforts to develop the so-called "iWatch." Still, rumors continue to circulate, the latest being that a team of more than 200 people has now been assigned to work on the project.
Apple makes the vast majority of its money selling iPhones and iPads, but as profits get squeezed on hardware, it could be better served by concentrating on content instead.
As evidence that mobile devices are replacing desktops as the preferred way for consumers to open emails, nearly 65 percent of marketing emails were opened on mobile devices in the fourth quarter, a survey by email marketing firm Movable Ink found.
China is forging ahead with mobility, both on the consumer and enterprise fronts.
Today's smartphones are data hogs compared with those in years past, with iPhones devouring the most data, according to Actix data.
The struggling mobility firm BlackBerry is suing Typo Products, a startup founded by "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest and entrepreneur Laurence Hallier, for ripping off BlackBerry's smartphone keyboard design in making a keyboard case for the iPhone.