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Owners of the iPhone will be able to break electronic locks on their devices in order to download applications that have not been approved by Apple Inc. under government rules announced Monday.
Owners of the iPhone will be able to legally unlock their devices so they can run software applications that haven't been approved by Apple Inc., according to new government rules announced Monday.
Chinese Web portal Sohu.com Inc. said Monday its second-quarter net income rose 10 percent as online advertising and games revenue jumped.
THE NEW IPHONE RULE: Owners of the iPhone will be able to legally unlock their devices so they can run software applications that haven't been approved by Apple Inc. _ a practice known as "jailbreaking."
Does that smart phone in your pocket contribute to rape and murder in the depths of Africa? Soon, you'll know: A new U.S. law requires companies to certify whether their products contain minerals from rebel-controlled mines in Congo and surrounding countries.
Apple says the white version of the iPhone 4 will not be available until later this year.
While Disney CEO Bob Iger was chatting with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg at a major media summit in Idaho this month, Khan Manka Jr. was squiring around the lodge bar looking for a drink.
Nokia Corp. said Thursday that second-quarter net profit fell 40 percent to euro227 million ($290 million) as the world's largest mobile phone maker lost market share and sales remained flat. Analysts, however, noted its sales of smart phones were better than expected.
The runaway success of Apple Inc.'s newest gadget, the iPad, has Microsoft watchers on high alert for signs of competing devices from Windows computer makers, which so far have flashed prototypes but have not started selling any of the keyboardless touch-screen devices.