U.S. mobile carriers must feel like the kid who has to eat alone at the lunch table.
Apple's much-rumored, low-cost iPhone will not support signature iOS features and capabilities including the Siri voice assistant, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster stated in an investors note released Monday night.
Apple's changes to iPhone 5 and iPad displays are shifting the supply chain for the touchscreen industry, according to NPD DisplaySearch.
Apple iPhone owners are significantly more likely to share digital content across social networks than consumers across other connected devices, according to a new study released by social media services firm ShareThis.
DuckDuckGo goes mobile.
Microsoft has upgraded its OneNote mobile apps for Apple's iPads and iPhones, and Google's Android devices, giving them a consistent look and feel across platforms, David Rasmussen, group manager for OneNote at Microsoft, announced this week in a blog.
Two prominent Wall Street analysts have cut their estimates of iPhone sales for the rest of the year, as well as price targets for Apple's shares.
Global smartphone display shipments have increased 120 percent over the past two years, fueled by increasing demand for larger, higher resolution displays, according to a report from NPD DisplaySearch.
Will Google Glass become the next iPhone? Yes, says Forrester Research analyst Sarah Rotman Epps, who has prepared a report on consumer attitudes about Google's latest device.
Sure, Microsoft finally brought Office to the iPhone, but was it just lip service or something substantial?