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The company's current iPhones have a 30-pin port. The smaller connector will make room for the headphone jack on the bottom of the device.
Two weeks from now, HTC could unveil an Android smartphone with a 5-inch screen.
This fancy port splitter turns one HDMI input into five. It comes with a remote and can automatically switch inputs. Plus: two bonus deals!
Many of the numbers were good as Apple beat Wall Street's expectations for the most recent quarter -- but said it won't for the next one.
Here are highlights from the first quarterly earnings report from Microsoft since the debut of Windows 8 and Surface.
The first title designed specifically for the Android-based gaming console Ouya has been announced.
San Francisco-based start-up specializing in mobile device security raises $19.5 million and hints at iPhone app coming in 2011.
Led by Apple's iPad, worldwide sales of tablets are expected to reach 19.5 million units this year, followed by a surge to almost 55 million in 2011, according to a Gartner forecast.
Veteran online music retailer eMusic is gearing up for a major relaunch, starting with the addition of music from Universal Music Group, as well as a new pricing plan.
It reports earnings per share of 9 cents on revenue of $5.4 billion and offers a cheery outlook for current quarter, which will include sales of new Droid X.