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Some free iPhone apps have ways of draining your wallet, particularly if you have kids.
Info Security reports that the U.K. ban on Apple's iPhone and iPad is due to the company's refusal to allow British intelligence review the source code.
By the end of the year, Apple plans to begin mass producing a new iPhone that Verizon Wireless will sell.
Agencies are testing an assortment of smartphones and tablet computers to improve how their workforces meet their missions. But there still are questions about the security of these devices.
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Apple Inc. hopes to fend off rivals such as Netflix Inc. and Hulu LLC by letting iTunes users rent TV shows for 99 cents.
The space agency also is testing other smartphone devices, including the Android and iPad. It is one of the first agencies to approve the issuance of iPhones to employees. Employees also have the ability to develop applications for smartphones.
The service names 25 software tools as winners in the Apps for the Army contest. Lt. Gen. Sorenson says the competition proves agile software development can be done well in the Army. He says a new memo is coming out that will change how the Army develops apps in the future.
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