According to a Nielsen report, consumers are ready and willing to take a look at iAds - and buy afterwards.
After some less-than-flattering numbers about the return rate of its Galaxy Tab, Samsung sets the record straight and insists returns are less than 2 percent.
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As it prepares for the iPhone, Verizon Wireless warns data happy customers to get ready for slower speeds. Can acting early keep it from the same fate as AT&T?
Verizon's COO John Stratton has issued a memo to Verizon employees urging them to hold off on purchasing an iPhone 4 for the "time being" to put the focus on new customers hoping to join Verizon and to ensure the product has the best launch possible.
Popular photo app Instagram is now $7M richer, and plans to take over the photo sharing market. Watch out, Hipstamatic.
Verizon is setting aside iPhones for existing customers. Pre-orders will begin at 3 a.m. tomorrow morning.
Shortly after Verizon introduces the iPhone, AT&T will bring additions to its data plans and expanded tethering options as it gives 4G a go.
Google's Wednesday press conference brought the official launch of the tablet-friendly Honeycomb, a version of the Android Market built for the Web, and in-app purchases for Android developers.
Apple's iOS achieves a milestone, and Microsoft sees some silver lining in its dwindling Internet Explorer Web browsing market share.
Pre-order sales of the long-awaited Verizon iPhone 4 start Thursday at an agonizingly early hour, and it can be in your hands by February 10.