Facebook hires iPhone, PS3 hacker

Facebook confirmed on Wednesday that it has hired George Hotz, a celebrated hacker known as "GeoHot" who was sued by Sony for hacking the ... Full story

Google Could Lose Up To $6.1 Billion In Oracle Patent Lawsuit Over Android

SAN FRANCISCO - Oracle is seeking between $1.4 billion and $6.1 billion in a patent lawsuit against Google over the lucrative smartphone market, according to ... Full story

Google Sued By Oracle Over Android: Patent Lawsuit Could Cost Search Giant 'Billions'

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Oracle Corp is seeking damages "in the billions of dollars" from Google Inc in a patent lawsuit over the ... Full story

IPhone Passcodes: The Most Common Security Keys Users Choose

Do you use a tough combination of numbers to unlock your iPhone? If you don't, you're leaving your phone vulnerable to access in the ... Full story

Google: Android Security Fix Addresses Client Login Data Leak

Google's Android team is releasing a platform fix that patches a troubling security breach leaving users' personal information at the mercy of hackers. "This fix requires ... Full story

Android smartphones winning over 'app' makers

SAN FRANCISCO – Google is the new darling of software wizards out to cash-in on the world's love for customizing smartphones with fun, hip or ... Full story

Apple's white iPhone 4 finally goes on sale worldwide after 10 months of delays

Apples has finally confirmed that the white iPhone 4 will be available starting Thursday, April 28. Users will be able to find AT&T and Verizon models ... Full story

AT&T: iPhone Is A Strain On The Network, T-Mobile Acquisition May Help

WASHINGTON -- AT&T Inc. is telling federal regulators that its proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA would lead to fewer dropped and ... Full story

Next iPhone To Feature Better Gaming

The next iPhone will be a mean, lean, gaming machine, according to 9to5Mac, who have discovered that the phone will be equipped with the speedy ... Full story

iPhone 4 FaceTime Glitch Takes Secret Photos Of Users, Some Say

Some iPhone 4 users are reporting that their Apple smartphones appear to be taking pictures of them without their knowledge, then displaying these mysteriously ... Full story