The guys over at iFixit and Chipworks have done some excellent teardown work on the Apple iPhone 4 and gotten the full scoop as far
Thanks to a tip from ‘geeker darren.wlsn1 we’ve got word of brighthand reporting Pegatron Technology is going to start manufacturing CDMA handsets in Shanghai and
The leading market research company, The NPD Group, has announced that Android has surpassed Apple's OS market (primarily being the IPhone) to be now only
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has started working with mobile phone manufactures, including Qualcomm, Apple, Samsung, and LG, to begin implementing poison chemical detectors.
Apps, apps, apps! With Google’s recent announcement that the Android Market has reached 38,000 applications, I decided to find out how many applications are in
We know we don't have many iPhone members here, but this is newsworthy anyway, especially since its all about competition in the smartphone world.
Apple is set to unveil it’s next major OS update for the iPhone on Thursday, April 8th at 10AM PT. Little is known about what
The Apple iPhone will now be sold sans a contractual agreement, according to an internal document obtained by Gizmodo. Before this, any customer who wished
There was a big news story today that involved two of the biggest phone manufacturers in the world, HTC and Apple. As the morning
According to research firm IDC, RIM has sold more BlackBerry Curves than the Apple iPhone 3GS in the 4th Quarter of 2009. Remembering that the
After all the hoopla and rumors going around the internet over the last couple of days, the biggest rumor of an iTablet has finally been
Definition of workaround– A workaround is a bypass of a recognized problem in a system. A workaround is typically a temporary fix that implies that
If you’re lucky enough to have a jailbroken iPhone 3GS or an iPod Touch 3G, you can now play your favorite N64 games on your
According to a report in PC World, only 5 Apple iPhone’s were sold on the official website in China in the first 2 weeks of
An interesting article has been posted by the UK’s newspaper The Guardian hypothesizes that Microsoft could abandon their Mobile OS platform, Windows Mobile, all together