Apple and Palm have dialed up a nice little smartphone skirmish.
At Apple's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference, Apple
Apple announced that iPhone OS 3.0 will be available worldwide June 17 as a free update to iPhone customers, and as a $9.95 update for iPod Touch owners. For an overview of what the software does,.
Meanwhile, Sprint Nextel executives said the launch of the much-anticipated. Neither Sprint nor Palm is discussing specific sales figures, but Tim Donahue, vice president of business marketing for Sprint, said the launch exceeded the company's expectations.
While the crowds that
The dark horse in the race, Nokia said its flagship smartphone, the N97, which was announced in December, has gone. This price isn't that shocking considering the phone will also be offered in Europe for a comparable price.
The reason the price of the N97 is still so high is that Nokia is not selling it through any particular carrier. Instead it will be sold to U.S. customers in Nokia flagship stores in New York and Chicago as well as online.
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As part of the WWDC 2009 keynote, Apple's Bertrand Serlet takes a few swipes at the competition and talks about the next version of Mac OS X.
The software maker has notified financial institutions that it plans to stop selling its long-running personal finance program.
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