Category: iPhone


Intel forced to apologise over iPhone gaffe

The head of Intel’s ultra mobile products has been forced to apologise after one of his subordinates slammed the iPhone’s performance and laid into rival chip shop ARM.

Current mobile web implementations will be seen as ill fitting by future generations

At the Mobile Web Europe conference held in London earlier this month by Informa Telecoms & Media, Russell Buckley, UK managing director of leading mobile advertising network AdMob, showed delegates the first TV commercial broadcast in the US: a static image of a map of the US overlaid with the name of the advertiser, a clock manufacturer, accompanied by a single-line voiceover – hardly what nowadays would be regarded as compelling viewing.

Android takes more than a leaf out of Apple’s book

Web giant Google has shown its hand. At an event in New York City this afternoon, representatives from Google, T-Mobile and HTC showed off the first commercial device based on the Android platform – the T-Mobile G1.

Amazon’s Kindle is shoving open the door to new mobile business models

Sales numbers for Amazon’s Kindle are difficult to pin down, but the device appears to be catching on virally, aided by dedicated marketing on the part of Amazon. Wider acceptance of the Kindle among users could produce a win for the device’s embryonic business model, which could ultimately apply to a multitude of wirelessly enabled consumer-electronics devices.

O2 shakes up postpay tariffs, iPhoners win big

O2 UK announced a shake up of its postpay consumer and small business tariffs on Tuesday, more than doubling the amount of minutes and texts included in the iPhone bundles. The three current tariffs for iPhone will be overhauled from February 1 and will affect both new and existing iPhone owners. Customers on a £35 […]

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