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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.
U.S. carrier activated a "higher mix of Apple smartphones."
Apple CEO meets country's government officials.
Android sales share dropped by 10.9 percent to 41.9 percent.
Sales spearheaded by Android and iOS.
App will apparently be able to detect bad breath and identify its source.
This new music receiver can pair with Bluetooth and NFC-enabled smartphones and tablets.
Linksys is introducing three new Smart Wi-Fi 802.11ac routers and a compatible mini-USB receiver at CES 2013.
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Apple may be forced to release an iPhone Mini for the prepaid market to better compete with Samsung.
Gently used phones offered at a discount.
Apple is supposedly working on a Smart Watch, and Intel is somehow involved.
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Apple evaluating Innolux's Touch On Display.
There's a rumor that the next iPhone will arrive in multiple colors and screen sizes.
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Allows for more accurate stylus functionality.
Heat would be used while bending glass over a mold to achieve a particular shape.
U.S. president Barack Obama signs new bill set to come into effect a year from now.
The government gets five more years of warrantless wiretapping of mobile devices.
Google's rumored "xPhone" may be an attack on Samsung more so than the iPhone.
Unsurprisingly, Apple's already working on the iPhone 6 and iOS 7.
Minecraft sells big on Christmas Day says Mojang.
Proposed technology would allow SIM cards to be easily swapped into mobile devices.
Apple products are banned in the House of Gates.
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Proposed changes to the law would affect firms such as Proview, which sued Apple for the use of the iPad name.