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Chinese carrier saw its second quarter profit rise 21 percent as subscribers on its recently launched iPhone lifted data usage and average revenue per user.
Apple's smartphone led the pack for the first time, surpassing longtime leader Nokia in its percentage of mobile Internet usage.
If you purchased an iPad mini with LTE you need to keep an eye on your data usage. This essential iOS app monitors the cellular data usage on your LTE iPhone or iPad so you can avoid expensive overage charges.
While the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S III dominate across the carriers, there are competitive models specific to carriers from HTC, Motorola, and LG to consider.
While the Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S III dominate across carriers, there are solid choices on each carrier from other manufacturers too so don't forget about them.
There are a few models of iPhone 5 units and it looks like the Verizon model may be one of the best with support for foreign SIM cards and even AT&T/T-Mobile HSPA+ usage.
"With the launch of the LTE iPhone, usage on 3G will start to decline, so we will be able to reappropriate that spectrum over 4G," said Verizon CFO Fran Shammo.
Both Nokia and Motorola promise great things in their respective press events being held today. We will probably hear about Windows Phone and Intel phones today. Follow them live.
Google's newly acquired phone making unit is to sue Apple (again) for patent infringement. Another ruling is expected this week: is the tide turning on Apple?
Apple's iPhone is so secure that it is giving the US Department of Justice trouble during criminal investigations. Meanwhile, Google is in a bit of trouble for paying too little tax in the UK.
The ITC is to revisit Motorola's initial win over Apple in a patent infringement case that could ultimately see Apple's products banned from import to the United States.
Motorola Mobility has been attempting to bust the perception Android isn't ready for the corporate world.
Apple has filed a suit in San Diego federal court accusing Motorola of breaching its licensing agreement with Qualcomm over a chip used in the iPhone 4S.The Californian company's latest filing revolves around technology found in the iPhone 4S's MDM6610 baseband chip, which is made by Qualcomm and contains technology licensed from Motorola.
Apple was forced to remove several iOS devices from sale on its German online store on Thursday as a result of its patent battles with Motorola.The iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and 3G iPads are currently not available from the company's web store in Germany following a ruling in favour of Motorola relating to FRAND-pledged patents declared essential to 3G standards.
Apple has lost out on two counts. Not only has it suffered a blow to its iCloud service in Germany, the company has also pulled most models of its iPhone and iPad from its online stores
Apple has lost the first round of its quest to ban Motorola Android devices from the United States, after the US International Trade Commission found Motorola was not infringing on three Apple patents.The iPhone and iPad maker can still appeal against the ITC's initial determination but for now Motorola — in the process of being acquired by Android lead Google — is the winning side.
There are other factors at play here.
iPhone 4S users are using almost twice as much data than its predecessors, according to a study. Apple's Siri is thought to be driving up the data usage, but it's not unique to the iPhone.
A regional German court has ruled that Apple products, including the iPhone and iPad, infringe on GPRS patents held by Motorola Mobility.The ruling was issued on Friday by the Mannheim Regional Court in Germany and is one of a number of patent disputes between the two companies.
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