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Apple has launched a site demonstrating the power of HTML 5 - via its Safari browser, naturally.
The Mozilla Foundation has unveiled a preview of its Firefox Home app for the iPhone.
We take a look at twelve of the best iPhone games to have come out lately, including the new Grand Theft Auto, a rather depressing new art game about the futility of living and an unusual platform game from the developers of Thief.
Apples's AppStore has passed more than 3 billion downloads, with Jobs confident that nobody will manage to catch up.
Epic has shown that the Unreal Engine 3 can be streamlined to even run on an iPhone.
Sophos is warning of a modified version of an iPhone worm which joins infected devices to a botnet via a Lithuanian server, and attempts to steal banking credentials.
We catch up with the AppStore to check out some of the latest and greatest games available for the iPhone. This time we take a look at Duke Nukem, The Secret of Monkey Island, Hook Champ and more! Check out what we think the best iPhone games are within!
Apple's still-unconfirmed tablet appears to be selling well despite absolutely no information leaving the company.
The latest version of the iPhone firmware - 3.1 - appears to be drastically reducing battery life for quite a few users, and Apple is so far keeping quiet as to the cause.
2K Games has released an iPhone version of Civilization Revolution today.
O2 UK has launched a competition for the best O2-themed iPhone application - with a £10,000 prize - ahead of its exclusivity deal with Apple ending in September.
We pay another visit to Apple's app store. This time we look at indie puzzlers like Eliss, retro classics like Sonic and the iPhone's first proper RPG, Zenonia. Oh, and there's a game about a bear driving a car too, which we suggest everyone take a look at.
Resident Evil 4 is now coming to the iPhone it seems, after having first appeared and then being pulled from the App Store.
IGN has discovered that slightly updated port of Duke Nukem 3D will be coming to the iPhone in the near future.
Rumours have surfaced a new model of iPhone will be launching this July and will include a built-in 3D graphics chip.
We whip out our iPhones and take a look at another batch of the latest games, this time checking out everything from a port of Resident Evil: Degeneration to a poor imitation of WipeOut and even a scaled-down version of The Sims 3. Check out our recommendations within!
Could Apple be planning a low-cost multitouch Mac-based tablet as a competitor to the popular netbook format it so publicly derided?
Nokia's Ovi Store - created as a response to the phenomenal success of Apple's App Store - will launch with 20,000 items in its catalogue: not all are applications, however.
BioWare has today announced that it will be bringing a new Mass Effect spin-off to the iPhone to prelude Mass Effect 2.
Apple has categorically denied rumours that it is looking to enter the netbook market, with chief operating officer Tim Cook describing the devices as "junky."
Apple has been targeted by chip design firm Elan Microelectronics for allegedly violating a patent on multitouch technologies with the iPhone and iPod Touch ranges.
Amazon expands its Kindle Ebook program beyond its own hardware with a reader app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Unfortunately, like the Kindle, it's currently US only.
Apple is making moves with the US Copyright Office to make jailbreaking - the process of modifying an iPhone to run third party applications - illegal.
With the "Push Notification" functionality delayed, Apple is expected to announce that background tasks will be allowed on the iPhone and iPod Touch platforms for the first time.
Microsoft has announced the launch of Seadragon Mobile, an image viewer available - for the moment - exclusively on rival Apple's iPhone platform.
Apple's App Store has beaten all expectations with the news that after just 142 days the service has reached 10,000 iPhone and iPod Touch applications.