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  • News: Crackdown on ringtone cheats

    An EU-wide crackdown on online sellers of mobile-phone ringtones found that 80 per cent of 558 Web sites examined are suspicious and require further investigation.

  • News: BlackBerry vulnerability alert

    RIM has warned users and corporate administrators of a critical vulnerability in a component of its BlackBerry Enterprise Server that could be used to hack their company's computers.

  • News: Opera Mobile 9.5 beta available to public

    Opera has released the first public version of Opera Mobile 9.5 beta, its web browser for Windows Mobile, Symbian and Linux-based smartphones.

  • News: Symbian: Google can boost smartphone market

    Broader collaboration between Symbian and Google at either the application or operating system level is possible in the future, Symbian's CEO said today.

  • News: EU roaming leglisation to slash SMS costs

    The European Commission will propose legislation to slash the cost of sending and receiving SMS messages on mobile phones while roaming, Telecommunications Commissioner Viviane Reding is set to announce today.

  • News: iPhone launch a 'grand slam', says Jobs

    Apple today confirmed it sold 1 million units of the iPhone 3G internationally in just three days, and that ten million applications have now been downloaded from the App Store. The company says the millionth iPhone 3G shifted on Sunday.

  • News: 3G iPhone hack enables pay-as-you-go

    Within hours of its launch last week, hackers managed to jailbreak the software on the 3G iPhone.

  • News: Bic mobile phone to cost £40

    Bic, best known as a supplier of pens, razors and cigarette lighters, is launching a mobile phone in France designed for those who need quick access to a fully charged handset.

  • News: Intel chip used in iPhone 3G

    US site iFixit has disassembled Apple's new iPhone 3G and found that Intel is one of the component makers for the smartphone.

  • News: Check BA flight times with new 3G iPhone App

    British Airways has launched an app for the 3G iPhone, which will allow passengers to access real-time arrival and departure information as well as view the BA timetable and book flights.

  • News: Paid-for extras planned for 3G iPhone queue

    Mobile operator TeliaSonera planned to hire 150 extras to stand in line for the Swedish iPhone 3G launch "to create a better atmosphere and excitement", according to an email message obtained by MacWorld Sweden.

  • News: UK iPhone 3G launch - it's officially a disaster

    Apple's new software update is killing iPhones old and new alike.

  • News: O2 shambles closes London Apple Store

    Flanked by police officers Apple staff effectively closed the London Apple Store today in the middle of the afternoon.

  • News: Apple iPhone shames smartphones, says report

    iPhone users lead the way in mobile web browsing, says a new report by comScore that claims that more than 80 per cent of iPhone users in France, Germany and the UK use the device to browse news and information on the mobile Web, compared to 32 per cent of other smartphone users.

  • News: Apple Safari dooms iPhone 3G UK launch

    Software compatibility problems marred the launch of the iPhone 3G at Apple's flagship store in London, where customers had difficulty activating their new phones.

  • News: O2 store sells just 15 3G iPhones per hour

    Those waiting in line to get their hands on the iPhone 3G, which launched in the UK this morning, report that the queues are moving, but only just.

  • News: EA releases Scrabble & Tetris for the iPhone

    Games developer Electronic Arts (EA) has revealed the range of iPhone titles it's making available via Apple's App Store. The first three native mobile iPhone games from EA are Scrabble, Sudoku and Tetris.

  • News: Wozniak forced to queue for 3G iPhone

    Apple's 3G iPhone has been notoriously hard to get hold of ahead of today's official release, but you'd have thought Steve Jobs would have given one to his old friend Steve Wozniak.

  • News: MobileMe blinking on and off

    Apple’s replacement service for .Mac, MobileMe, hasn’t officially launched yet, but the software to upgrade is on Apple’s servers. Logging on to Me.com, however, isn't always successful.

  • News: iPhone Software 2.0 released

    Though it hasn't yet appeared in iTunes, Apple's much anticipated iPhone Software 2.0 is now posted on Apple's servers.

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