Apple iPhone launche$, everybody i$ happy!

June 24, 2010

During these economic and political hard times, it’s nice when people can get together to rejoice about something wonderful. You know: the good times.

Analyst sees T-Mobile USA as iPhone contender

June 10, 2010

Kaufman Bros analyst Shaw Wu threw his hat in the ring on Thursday with an answer to¬†one of the mobile industry’s favorite questions of the season: Which US carrier will be next to get their hands on Apple’s popular iPhone?

Want an in with Kleiner? Send a drawing

May 18, 2010

For Matt Murphy, partner with influential Silicon Valley Venture fund Kleiner Perkins and point person on the firm’s iFund, old-school is still the way to go.

Lost iPhone’s finder unmasked, lawyer in tow

April 29, 2010

blahThe world on Thursday finally — finally! — discovered the identity of the infamous bar patron who scooped up the lost Apple iPhone prototype from a Silicon Valley beer garden, thus setting off a chain of events that has taken us far afield from the technology world, into the murky waters of journalistic ethics and police raids.

Missing iPhone saga continues; police said to be involved

April 23, 2010

iphoneblahSure, it was one of the busiest weeks on the tech earnings calendar, but despite a crush of important indicators about the health of the industry, all anyone seems to care about was that famously wayward iPhone, which caused such a stir earlier in the week.

Microsoft’s Kin tries to improve your social life (video)

April 12, 2010

kinMicrosoft officially entered the feature-phone wars on Monday, unveiling its new Kin device at a media event in San Francisco.

Apple’s Jobs: “Butterflies” and more jabs at Google

April 8, 2010

jobs1The media and industry analysts gathered at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Thursday got a heavy dose of commentary from CEO Steve Jobs on a range of subjects, representing probably his biggest mouthful in a single setting since returning from medical leave last summer.

IPad launch delay? Analyst says “bottleneck” impacting production

March 1, 2010

ipadMight Apple fans have to wait another full month to get his or her hands on the company’s latest and greatest device, the iPad? It’s possible, according to Canaccord Adams analyst Peter Misek.

Did Apple buy mapping company Placebase?

October 1, 2009

Although the company isn’t saying anything, it appears as if Apple has purchased a small Web mapping service called Placebase.

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Put BlackBerry on hold – but not for long

September 25, 2009

Blackberry TourBlackBerry-maker Research In Motion is a victim of its own success. Having dominated the market for corporate e-mail devices for years, it is being forced to seek out growth in consumer markets, where, so far, it has had trouble differentiating its products.