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Apple took the wraps off its updated iPhone firmware this morning, giving us a good indication of what to expect from the fourth-generation iPhone this year. But is it enough to have you re-signing your iPhone contract?
Apple has launched iPhone OS 4.0 -- but what's missing? We line up the things you wanted but didn't get
Red-hot rumours about the next version of the iPhone OS have burned a hole in the Internets, and we could see it next Wednesday at the Apple event
Among other things, NPD finds that consumers have no shortage of reasons to embrace or reject the iPad, but lack of Adobe Flash isn't a major inhibitor.
Adobe and Apple are jockeying for power over the mobile computing future, but it's not as simple as the fanboys and haters would have you think.
An Adobe technology to deliver Flash apps to Apple's iPhone has no future. But Adobe isn't going down without a very vocal fight.
Both Microsoft and Apple have events coming up in the next week. Apple will have its iPhone OS 4 announcement on Thursday and Microsoft will reveal why "it's time to share" next Monday. Plus we dish about new Android phones (the HTC Incredible, anyone?), cheaper Palms, what we think about cell phone radiation, and more.
Now that the announcement of Apple's iPhone OS 4 is over, we look into what we wanted but didn't get from the much-awaited update.
Apple intends to get into the social-networking aspect of iPhone games with a new initiative. What does that mean for existing social-gaming networks?
This week, not only did we see our first official glimpses of the Nexus One, we were also introduced to a new classification of handset.