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Samsung began its countersuit against Apple by calling Dr. Woodward Yang, who testified that Apple infringed several Samsung patents related to email, photo browsing, and music playback.
Can Apple convince a jury that Samsung ripped off the iPhone and iPad?
While Apple may have the majority of its customers using the latest version of iOS 5, every new software update typically breaks compatibility with a round of older devices. iOS 6 is no exception — we've already learned that the original iPad and third-generation iPod touch wouldn't receive the update at all, but even devices receiving iOS 6 will miss out on some key features.
Apple details iOS 6 hardware requirements: iPhone 3GS to be updated, original iPad and third-gen iPod touch left out
Apple has confirmed at its WWDC keynote that iOS 6 will not offer support for the original iPad or the third-generation iPod touch.
The iPhone dev team has announced that the original iPad, iPhone 4 and older devices can be updated to iOS 5.1
The iOS address book row is no longer just a tempest in the internet's teapot: members of the US Congress have just sent a letter to Apple, demanding answers about its app approval process and the privacy and security of data that's accessed or transmitted by iOS apps.
Hasbro just announced that its 2012 Nerf Lazer Tag blasters can be combined with an iPhone or iPod touch to provide a heads-up display, an increased firing distance of 250 feet, and augmented reality for a "single player" experience
While Apple has yet to publicly acknowledge the iMessage exploit that has gotten increased attention over the last few months, a report from The Next Web details a consumer's difficulties following the theft of her iPhone that eventually end with Apple issuing her a free iPod touch for her troubles.
The NPD Group has just released its latest findings for US smartphone sales for Q4 2011, and it looks like first-time buyers choose Android over iOS, 57 percent to 34 percent. That number levels out when you look at all sales for the quarter, during which time Android captured 48 percent of all sales compared to Apple's 43 percent.
Terrifying tales have surfaced recently of unsuspecting iPhone users that have had their private conversations intercepted by thieves and other third parties, and through our own independent test we've confirmed the issue and how it arises.
Apple has been forced to removed all 3G iPads, the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 handsets from its online German store due to a dispute with Motorola Mobility.
If you've ever wanted to automate actions on your iPhone, like opening up apps, making calls, and sending Tweets, the latest update to App Cubby's Launch Center will get you pretty close.
Time Warner Cable updated its TWC TV app today to support the iPhone 3GS, 4, and 4S. Unlike its Android counterpart, the app offers live streaming television so long as you're on your home's Wi-Fi network.
Siri has been hacked and release for older iPhones and iPod Touches, but although it's a legal-to-distribute solution, it still requires that users create their own proxy servers in order to use it.
If you've sold or lost an iPhone recently, your old device might be sending and receiving iMessages from the old Apple ID despite your best efforts to wipe the phone's contents.
Apple has just released the second beta of iOS 5.1 to developers, which promises to allow users to delete individual photos from their Photo Stream. What isn't known yet is whether this update fixes the lingering iOS 5 battery issues.
Apple just released its "12 Days of Christmas" app for customers in Canada and Europe; this app has historically offered users free music, music videos, apps, and books each day.
The PowerSkin Gaming Case encloses an XPAL battery, speakers, and a rumbler into its body — the only glaring omission is a set of physical buttons.
Motorola wins German patent case against Apple, can ban sales of iPhone, iPad (update: holiday sales unaffected)
Motorola's just scored a fairly big victory in its ongoing worldwide case against Apple: a German court has ruled that every iPhone up to the iPhone 4S and both 3G iPads infringe a Motorola patent held essential to the GPRS standard.