Chicago (IL) -The most iPhone firmware apparently fails to fix a series of 3G issues that have been annoying some users since the iPhone 3G was launched.
Chicago (IL) - If you think about it, it is somewhat surprising that Apple has not yet managed to add the good old copy and paste feature to its iPhone software.
Mountain View (CA) - GraphOn, a software company that offers remote application access software, said it has filed a patent infringement suit against Google.
Mountain View (CA) - A new service offered by Google enables publishers to inject contextual text or image ads into individual feeds distributed by FeedBurner, the world's largest RSS distribution service that was acquired by Google more than two years ago.
Chicago (IL) - Apple's iPhone will see its first serious competitor soon: T-Mobile preps HTC "Dream" for an October release and is expected to launch its own application store alongside the handset.
Chicago (IL) - Many iPhone 3G owners don't quite experience the twice as fast, half the price cellphone they were promised.
Chicago (IL) - U.S. broadband speeds are the focus of a recently conducted study by Communications Workers of America (CWA) union and the results are not especially flattering for broadband service providers on these shores.
It is no surprise that Apple's competitors are taking a closer look at the stellar success of the company's iPhone application warehouse that raked in $30 million in revenue in just one month.
Moutain View (CA) - Google's online translation service is one of the most valuable free translation tools available today.
Cupertino (CA) - Apple's latest patent filing may be an indication of a new iPhone feature that could allow the smartphone as well as the iPod touch to remotely access the iTunes library stored on a Mac or PC.
An iPhone enthusiast discovered a kill switch that enables Apple to wipe a malicious or unauthorized iPhone application even after it has been paid for and installed on a user's iPhone.
Chicago (IL) - Remember the good old days of shareware and those success stories that made millionaires out of hobby developers with a good idea?
Greasy fingerprints are bad enough for the look-at-me factor of your iPhone, but imagine what cracks in the gadget's plastic back will do.
Cupertino (CA) - Apple has begun to more aggressively update its Mac OS X operating system and is now patching the operating system with regular minor security updates and incremental updates pretty much one a month.
San Jose (CA) - Adobe has updated its free online image editing and sharing service Photoshop Express (PE) with new features such as drag-and-drop image uploading, tagging, one-click resizing presets, improved printing options, music tracks, refreshed web galleries and an integration with an online photo printing service.
Los Angeles (CA) - With first beta of the 2.1 firmware for the iPhone/iPod touch now seeded to developers, speculations about new features are gathering steam.
Chicago (IL) - The hype surrounding recently released Firefox 3 web browser has left Mozilla's popular open-source email client Thunderbird without a significant update since early May.
San Jose (CA) - Adobe today announced Lightroom 2.0, Adobe's first native 64-bit application using OS X Cocoa APIs.
If you took the time to listen through Apple's hour-long Monday quarterly conference call recording, you were a little bored with life, and you probably overheard finance chief Peter Oppenheimer dropping a hint about "a key product transition"...
Chicago (IL) - From Pakistani engineering, through Danish organization, with Luxembourg VC cash, and on to world domination.
Chicago (IL) - Mozilla updated both Firefox 2 and 3 in order to plug security critical security holes, squash some annoying bugs and deliver a few user-centric tweaks.