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The iPhone was one of the first smartphones and is still one of the most popular. There are hundreds of thousands of apps dedicated to the device in the App Store. For the latest news, application reviews, and more about this iconic device, check out this section of Tom's Hardware.
B&N continues its push into the UK market.
Financial services firm recommends investors buy shares of the smartphone/tablet giant.
Apple's A6-powered iPhone 5 gets the Tom's Hardware treatment as we benchmark its twin processing cores, its triple-core graphics engine, and its more vibrant display. Battery life testing and Wi-Fi performance...
News comes after constant decline of technology giant's stock.
Struggling trio RIM, Nokia and HTC makes way for Sony's jump in popularity.
Apple looking to increase its market share in China.
New building initially planned for 2015.
Social network looking to improve Facebook experience on the smartphone platform that has the largest market share.
Technology giant warns that patent disputes with rival will continue.
Increase in spending represents 26 percent jump over last year.
Windows 8 will be one of the three main targets in 2013, says security firm Websense.
Bring your own device (BYOD) trend surges with BlackBerry overtaken by Google's Android.
Current CEO Tim Cook criticized for being technology "lightweight".
Technology giant outsold Apple and Nokia partly due to record Galaxy S3 commercial performance.
Google's Jelly Bean also added to lawsuit.
Ship-by date moves to around one week.
NTSB drops RIM's device due to its unreliability.
Manufacturers said to be increasing demand for Apple chips.
Is Google looking to replace the DLNA protocol?
Financial details of the deal "very, very wrong."
Samsung displays first public interest in settlement that ended recent legal fight between Apple and HTC.
Is Apple taking refurbished stock to eBay?
Worker had been asking questions to aid his attempted -- and successful -- robbery.
Apple co-founder expresses concern in firm eventually dying due to lack of innovation.
Apple continues to spend billions on patents to protect its products.