Just days before Apple is expected to unveil an iPhone 4G at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, one site has produced photos of what it says is Apple's newest iPhone handset. If the photos are real, this is at least the second iPhone 4G-related leak sprung by Apple this year.
Workers at Foxconn and Honda won hefty pay raises this week. Higher wages will help Beijing move China's economy away from relying on masses of unskilled workers and toward higher-value manufacturing.
AT&T eliminated the unlimited wireless data plan for smartphones, and announced that it will start allowing tethering for iPhones – for a fee.
In an attempt to ease congestion on its network, AT&T is no longer offering new customers an unlimited data plan.
The computer security suite will also be coming to your Blu-ray player, video game console, and even your digital photo frame.
Protesters from several workers' rights groups burn pieces of paper in the shape of iPhones, manufactured by Foxconn, during a demonstration outside a Foxconn office in Hong Kong on Tuesday. An employee of the tech firm Foxconn died early on Tuesday after falling from a building in southern city of Shenzhen, state media reported, the ninth such death at the firm's manufacturing hub this year.
Retail giant WalMart is slashing the price of an iPhone 3GS by $100. There are reports that Apple is about to announce an updated version of the smart phone next month.
Atlanta-based Chick fil A is experimenting with online reservations for a free sandwich giveaway. Here's our Top 4 list of food experiences we'd like to reserve by iPhone.
Major League Baseball's NY Yankees have apparently banned the iPad at Yankee Stadium, saying the tablet falls under their 'no laptops' policy.