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Quattro Wireless, the mobile advertising company recently acquired by Apple, has started using its “Exclusive Integration with the App Store” to start wooing new clients.
You thought the Apple TV was a new idea for Apple? Guess again, thanks to a rare prototype sold on eBay this past week.
In the ongoing Steve email saga, the newest email promises full HTML 5 support in the next desktop version of Safari.
Apple might be in trouble with Uncle Sam regarding iAd and the SDK agreement change that blocks third-party iPhone OS code creation. We give the whole thing a resounding meh. If you're the jailbreaking type, good news, the iPhone Dev Team has released the Spirit update. As usual we give out our regular warnings.
Plus, we answer your hard-hitting Twitter and Facebook questions! Okay, they weren't that hard-hitting.
Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres shows a video poking fun at using the iPhone, and then apologizes the next day for apparently irritating Apple.
The design that's undeniably an iPhone 3G or 3GS has finally received a patent from the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Following rumors over the weekend that the 3G-enabled iPad was estimated to have sold 300,000 units since its debut on Friday, Apple has come forward with news that all models of the iPad combined have topped one million units sold.
Uh-oh: Apple might have some explaining to do with the Feds over their decision to shut out third party development tools in the new iPhone 4.0 SDK.
After five years, the Lala cloud-based music service will finally close its doors on May 31st, according to new owners Apple Inc.
In a rare open letter posted to Apple’s website Thursday, CEO Steve Jobs doesn’t mince words about the company’s stance on Adobe Flash.
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