Customers of German network carrier Deutsche Telekom can now put their name on a list to reserve a next-generation iPhone, according to a Bloomberg report.
Sony will become the first vendor other than Apple to use Intel's Thunderbolt technology in its products with the announcement of a new range of Vaio laptops.
Mac security software firm Intego has released Backup Express, a backup and synchronization tool, in the Mac App Store.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has said that his company's row with Apple over the lack of Flash on the iOS platform is "over."
Intel has responded to speculation that Apple was the owner of the trademark for Thunderbolt, a super-fast connection technology used in the new MacBook Pro and iMac.
Filings with the US and Canadian trademark offices reveal that the Thunderbolt trademark is being claimed by Apple and not Intel.
The Navv satellite navigation app is back in the iTunes App Store after the company behind it changed its name to settle a trademark dispute with Apple.
Telegraph Media Group has relaunched its iPad app, offering access to the British newspaper for $2 an issue or $17 for a monthly subscription.
After launching untested, pre-beta Canary versions of Chrome for Windows users last year, Google has now opened the scheme up to Mac users too.
Lexar Media has announced the availability of the Crucial m4 SSD range, which boasts write speeds up to 20 percent faster than its predecessor.
The latest update to TomTom's iPhone GPS apps let Homer Simpson be your co-pilot through an in-app purchase.
Apple appears to have made a number of changes to the App Store, with the criteria used to determine an app's ranking seemingly altered.
NetSupport Assist, a tool that allows teachers to effectively teach and monitor classes, is now available for Mac and Linux.
A US Court has overturned the verdict of a patent infringement case that saw Apple ordered to pay $625.5 million in damages.
The British government should use more Apple products, the former head of Tony Blair's e-Government Unit has said.