For anti-virus software maker AVG, the iPhone not only needs software to protect it from malware, but is on course to get some from AVG, hopefully by the end of 2010
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers advice about whether the risk of malware should factor into a reader's decision about which smartphone OS to buy.
New and Noteworthy: Apple retests its consumer IQ; Simon says no to iPod; Napster begins anti-iPod campaign
Norton AntiVirus AutoProtect: Potential interference with iPod operation
Oh, snap! AT&T wants its current iPhone customers to know that the Verizon iPhone can't do data and voice at the same time. Begun, the iPhone wars have.
Antivirus and security developer Intego released information on another worm that has been built to steal information from jailbroken iPhone users.
iPod speaker-dock design is the anti-boombox
The deal to make the red and black iPod nearly fell apart, but Apple designer Jony Ive and U2 frontman Bono found common ground over a pint.
While the Altec Lansing T612's missing a couple of key features found in competing models, the iPod dock distinguishes itself with a sleek design, decent sound, and some mobile phone anti-interference technology that makes the system particularly appealin
Hoping to put the Microsoft Zune's Wi-Fi capabilities to the test, CNET senior writer Ina Fried traipsed through the city of San Francisco in search of hot spots to download and stream music. On Monday's edition of the Daily Debrief with CNET's Kara Tsuboi, she explains her mixed results but still makes a case for the anti-iPod MP3 player.