Competitors are closing in on the one-time king of smartphones, but it still has a sizable lead in one major mobile device market.
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A Mac blog says the two companies are in 'advanced talks,' but analysts aren't sold on the notion of the iPhone coming to T-Mobile.
With a long-awaited OS update approaching, RIM decides to show off features that we've never before seen on its mobile computing phones.
A survey by IDC done at the height of "Antennagate" finds non-iPhone owners are more interested in the device than people who have one.
The rumors of a webOS-powered tablet are starting to look more realistic.
The off-hand comment by Steve Jobs gets the blogosphere worked up, but are we any closer to seeing a Verizon iPhone?
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After a lengthy rant against the media and demonstrating that other smartphones have signal-loss problems, Jobs makes the rubber case protectors a freebie.