KT sees iPhone impact, to offer new phones
South Korea's KT Corp, which is holding talks to sell Apple's iPhone in South Korea, plans to introduce 3G smartphones supporting WiFi and mobile WiMAX from Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics, its chief strategy officer told Reuters. Read Full Article here.
Apple Breaks Through 2 Billion Apps Mark
Apple announced Monday that over 2 billion apps have been downloaded from its App Store since the e-commerce site's launch in July 2008, and the pace continues to accelerate, according to chief executive Steve Jobs. Read Full Article here.
Unicom to sell Apple iPhones in China from October
China Unicom, the country's No. 2 mobile carrier, will begin to sell Apple Inc's iPhone in China for a retail price of 5,000 yuan ($732.50), as it leans on the phone to launch its 3G service. Read Full Article here.
Opera urges EU regulators not to rush Microsoft case
Norwegian browser maker Opera urged European Union antitrust regulators on Monday not to rush to close its antitrust case against Microsoft before ensuring a level playing field among browsers. Read Full Article here.