A court in the Netherlands ruled that some older Samsung mobile products infringe on Apple technology for scrolling through photo galleries.
iPhone and iOS news
It's been five years since the release of the first iPhone OS, and a lot has changed with each subsequent release. Take a stroll down memory lane as I chart the changes with each new version.
A new batch of Ferrari-themed audio gear is pulling donuts at CES, made by Logic3. Headphones and speaker docks are the order of the day.
If you jailbreak your iPhone 2G or 3G, it has been made possible to run Android 2.2 Froyo on them. Funny, considering some Android handset owners aren't even yet on 2.1.
Google Nexus One owners may have reached orgasmic levels of excitement after Gingerbread appeared to have finally come to the party, only to suffer an Android update let-down.
OS 3.2 seems good enough for the iPad launch, and Apple likes to keep things on the same level.
It has been reported by several sources that the original iPhone hardware running the latest version of the iPhone OS, 3.0, is having issues maintaining connections to wireless networks.
Stop clicking the Check for Update button. According to morning reports, the OS 3.0 update won't be available until this afternoon (or late morning, if you live in the Pacific time zone).
GoogleMobile releases Smart Links, a new feature that automatically translates lengthy Google Maps links within Gmail into short and meaningful phrases with embedded hyperlinks.
Every two weeks, Nicole Lee answers your questions about cell phones and their accessories.