Apple's Windows Safari: Three patches, 1 million users
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AT&T won the right to offer the hype-worn iPhone in the US and it looks like Spanish-owned operator O2 will get the same chance in the UK -- now the bets are on for which of the operators will bring the Apple handset to Aussie customers.While there is no confirmed date for when the iPhone will launch in Australia -- save for a vague "early next year" -- as expected, neither Apple or the operators themselves are giving anything away.
Following outcry, Foxconn reduces damages sought over reports of unfair working conditions in Chinese plant.
Mozilla's chief operating officer John Lilly has hit out at Apple's Steve Jobs, calling his plans for building Safari's market share "out of date" and "duopolistic".Lilly made his comments following Jobs' recent keynote at Apple's worldwide developers conference, where the Mac maker unveiled a version of the Safari browser that is designed to run on Windows Vista or XP.
Maker of rival MP3 players says it owns patent for iPod music navigation and plans to "pursue aggressively" royalties.
Would-be attendees of Apple's WWDC are being offered Tech Talks closer to home and some online video as an alternative to the annual developer shindig.
The recently-launched Apple browser, Safari for Windows, has received its second lot of patches since its debut earlier this month.Apple has posted the latest version of the beta software, 3.
Saying Apple is violating its patents, a Hong Kong company wants 12 percent of profits from iPod and iTunes.
Apple has smartened up the specs for the iPhone as the US launch date draws closer, promising users more chatting and browsing time.The Mac maker has announced that it has boosted the iPhone's talk time -- an issue that has been worrying analysts -- to between six and eight hours of Internet use, seven hours of video playback or 24 hours of audio playback.
With the iPhone freshly launched in Europe, only now are we starting to get an idea of the true extent of Apple's power over the mobile operators.