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iPhone OS market share still dwarfs Android claims Nielsen

iPhone OS market share still dwarfs Android claims Nielsen

Research analysts Nielsen have released their latest smartphone market share report, covering the first quarter of 2010, and in terms of growth only iPhone OS and Android are really shining.  Both platforms climbed 2 points quarter-on-quarter, though the iPhone still holds a significant lead over its rival, comprising 28-percent of the smartphone market compared to Android's 9-percent.  The report follows earlier, contested figures from NPD which suggested Android had overtaken iPhone OS in the US market.

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Search order given for seized computers in “lost” iPhone HD saga

Search order given for seized computers in “lost” iPhone HD saga

With the fourth-gen iPhone expected to make its official debut next week, you could almost forget the controversy surrounding the handset leaking earlier on in the year.  At D8 this week, Steve Jobs said that people had told him "You shouldn't go after a journalist because they bought stolen property and tried to extort you"; now, San Mateo County Court has decided that it will examine the computers seized as part of the ensuing investigation.

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Verizon: no Apple support “in the immediate future” [Video]

Verizon: no Apple support “in the immediate future” [Video]

On the one hand you've got the persistent rumors that Verizon is looking to pick up the iPhone and are even testing the iPad right now; on the other you've got the carrier's constant protests.  Speaking at D8, Verizon spokesperson John Johnson told Beet.TV that the carrier has no plans for supporting Apple's devices "in the immediate future" and then segues quickly into pushing their Android phones.

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Apple iPhone HD in White Makes Another Appearance

Apple iPhone HD in White Makes Another Appearance

These things just won't stop. It's been a never-ending flood of iPhone HD pictures, leaks, rumors, speculation since it all started. And it's probably not going to stop, especially considering we're only days away from Apple's WWDC. Where, without a doubt, we'll get some (finally) official word on the next iteration of Cupertino's mobile phone. But for now, we just have leaks, so take in the white iPhone HD again.

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Apple iPad Being Tested on Verizon Network

Apple iPad Being Tested on Verizon Network

When it comes to Apple and Verizon Wireless, there's definitely no shortage of rumors. And, while the mainstay of those rumors has been the iPhone since 2007, the official launch of the smartphone from Cupertino, we shouldn't be surprised at all that rumors have begun to pick up for the new tablet from Steve Jobs and company. And, sure enough, rumors are picking up that the iPad is currently being tested on the largest wireless carrier in the States right now.

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Steve Jobs at D8: Flash, the iPhone HD, and Everything Else

Steve Jobs at D8: Flash, the iPhone HD, and Everything Else

The Wall Street Journal's annual "All Things D" conference kicked off tonight, and it started off with a presence that's all too familiar in the technology industry. A presence that actually hasn't made an appearance in a few years. And, above all, a presence that's a welcomed entity on any stage, in any location. Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, sat on the D8 stage tonight with Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, talking about everything that involves Apple. Of course, they took the time to talk about everything else, too; including Adobe, the next iPhone, casual gaming, and even security and the App Store. After the break, take in the comprehensive coverage, from start to finish, noting all the important parts.

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iPhone HD to use 320dpi 960 x 640 IPS display?

iPhone HD to use 320dpi 960 x 640 IPS display?

Rumors have been swirling since before the first leaked handsets that the fourth-generation iPhone HD would pack a significantly higher resolution display than either the existing 3GS or its smartphone rivals, and it looks like that could be the case.  Czech site superiphone.cz managed to acquire an iPhone HD display panel and slapped it under a microscope so as to count up exactly how many pixels there are: they reckon it is indeed 960 x 640 resolution.

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AT&T to Offer MobileProtect for $13.99 a Month

AT&T to Offer MobileProtect for $13.99 a Month

If you've got an iPhone, then you're painfully aware that the only way to insure your precious Apple mobile device, is to go through Apple themselves. While their AppleCare plan is top-notch, it may still be too pricey for some. So here comes AT&T to (finally) save the day. There's a bit of bad news thrown into the mix of good, though, so click after the break to find out if MobileProtect is right for you.

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Apple Applies for Patent to Pause and Resume Media on Separate Devices

Apple Applies for Patent to Pause and Resume Media on Separate Devices

Apple certainly loves their patents. Even if they don't have any plans to actually implement the idea into the physical world for several years, they're quick about snapping up those patents. It's a plan that's worked for them over the years, and they're probably not going to stop any time soon. This time around, they've got a patent that could see you playing a video on your Apple TV, pausing it there, and then picking up right where you left off on your Apple mobile device.

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Steve Ballmer Won’t be Making it to WWDC, or Dancing With the Stars

Steve Ballmer Won’t be Making it to WWDC, or Dancing With the Stars

Well, that was quick. We had brought you a story earlier today, about a particular analyst out there who believed, pretty strongly, that Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft, would actually be making an appearance at this year's WWDC. You know, the one that's built around Apple's developer community, and where they're likely to announce the next iPhone. Apparently Ballmer was going to show up to announce something like Silverlight on the iPhone, or to announce iPhone OS and Mac development tools in Visual Studio 2010. Yeah, it was unbelievable, and sure enough, none of it's true.

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