A former marketing executive at AT&T pled guilty to insider trading charges after providing sales data for the Apple iPhone and RIM’s Blackberry to a so-called expert network, said U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara in a statement.
Alnoor Ebrahim, 57, of Alpharetta, Georgia, pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and wire Read More
A slew of new Wall Street firms are opening up to the iPhone, according to a report by John Carney at CNBC.
According to Carney, Credit Suisse is working letting its bankers use iPhones, Bank of America has begun phasing in the touch-screen smartphones and Wall Street law firm Skadden Arps lets its Read More
Drive another nail into the coffin for Blackberry maker Research in Motion. According to Bloomberg, two big banks, JP Morgan Chase and UBS, may soon allow their employees to access corporate email via the Blackberry’s arch rival, Apple’s iPhone.
JP Morgan and UBS together have more than 280,000 employees. But what’s at stake Read More
OK Cupid, a well-known Internet destination for those seeking love online as well as more questionable assignations, has published statistics indicating iPhone users may be luckier in love than owners of rival phones. OK Cupid surveyed types of devices used to upload more than a half-million images to its website and the preponderance Read More
One of the key aspects in the marketing campaign for the iPhone 3G S, introduced on June 19, has been the availability of 50,000 applications, with prices for said applications (or “apps” as all the iPhone users call them) ranging from free (such as Google Earth, Cool Facts and fan-favorite Shabbat Shalom) to $449 (the Read More
In a video posted on YouTube, a pretty young woman with long blond tresses twirls in Times Square at night, phone in hand. She’s staring at the screen, which flashes a compass plotted with nearby restaurants. Scores and distances float above a red dot marking a restaurant’s location. She turns: There’s Bond 45! Turns again: Read More
Sarah Morrison, a Williamsburg resident in her late 20s who writes for Missbehave magazine, had no problem copping to the fact that she often ignores friends’ phone calls.
“I’ll sit there and watch the phone ring and be like, ‘UGH! Why are they calling?’” said Ms. Morrison, “99 percent” of whose Read More
Eliza Block, a 31-year-old philosophy student at New York University, wanted to fit her New York Times crossword puzzle in her pocket. Instead of folding the Times’ foot-wide paper into a smaller square for convenient subway solving, she decided to take it on the go by concocting a new application for her iPhone, Apple’s revolutionary Read More
The New York Times and Apple struck a deal today that allows readers to access all sorts of unique material–including off-line material when you’re on an airplane–from The Times on your iPhone!
The release proudly boasts that readers can have "offline reading capabilities, a photo browser with links to the related articles and personalization options Read More
The day Steve Jobs announces the release of yet another breakthrough mobile wireless gadget that everyone is going to own within a year, it seems reasonable to look at New York City’s wireless internet structure — or lack of it.
The new iPhone lets callers surf the net, access iTunes, and do other Read More