Fourth-placed U.S. carrier T-Mobile may not stay in that position for much longer if they keep launching initiatives like those unveiled on Wednesday night in New York for unlimited data and texting worldwide.
Never mind the fact that the iPhone 5s is still hard to find for many Americans -- the show must go on, and Apple has a schedule to keep, starting on Oct. 25 when the latest handsets touch down in more than 25 new countries.
Although Apple hasn't officially announced a date yet, reliable sources have now confirmed Oct. 22 as the date for the company's next media event. At minimum, we'll probably see new iPads and a release date for OS X Mavericks, although speculation is already running rampant that the new cylindrical Mac Pro could begin winging its way to stores later this month as well. So while you're waiting, be sure to check out our Tuesday recap and get caught up with what else is making news this week...
Vladimir Putin may not want to give America Edward J. Snowden, but America -- and more specifically Apple -- just gave Russians a big gift in the form of an official online store for buying Cupertino's wares.
The bad thing about any up and coming social network is that it's usually reserved for those of us living in the United States at first, leaving an awful lot of folks out of the party -- but t hat's no longer the case with Google+.
The iPhone 5 touched down in China and more than 30 other international locales last Friday, and Apple is wasting no time popping the cork on the champagne by celebrating another two million handsets sold in three days.