Verizon iPhone gossip again surged across the Web this week, in the wake of a new anonymously-sourced rumor.
India says it wants to keep mobile technology and Internet markets safe from militants. BlackBerry says it won't give India special treatment.
Liquid metal, a special metallic glass, combines the strength of steel with a low weight and die cast compatibility.
Verizon iPhone gossip again gripped the blogosphere yesterday. But what do our reader think of the possibility that the iPhone – previously available only on AT&T – might soon become available on Verizon?
Verizon iPhone rumors are a favorite pastime on the Web. But one tech blogger says that this time, the Verizon iPhone is really, totally, definitely set for a 2011 launch.
Mark Papermaster, who came to Apple to oversee iPhone hardware, left the company this week.
Android is the most popular mobile OS in the country, according to a report released earlier this week. Now, a second study is showing that Android sales have buoyed the smartphone market to its best ever Q2.