Ruined your iPhone by getting it wet? Now you can get a replacement for $199, without a new contract.
An Apple job posting suggests that a future model of MacBook may have some sort of 3G networking capability.
A silkscreen of the Apple logo created by the famous New York artist Andy Warhol is going up for auction at a Portland, Oregon gallery.
The Apple CEO has been long lobbying to have the 84-year-old house, which he hasn't lived in since the early 1990s, demolished.
Celebrities are just people like the rest of us: they send e-mail, they have iPhones, and occasionally they find themselves at the mercy of ill-intentioned hackers.
The new version of Intego's filtering software aims to help protect dual-boot Mac and Windows installations.
The Apple co-founder reveals a number of details that might surprise you, among them that his e-mail client of choice is Eudora.
The U.S. military is making extensive use of the iPod touch in the field for tasks like translation, sharing data, and ballistics calculation.
If you've ever though that the glowing Apple on the back of your MacBook just wasn't glowy enough, here's one potential way to take matters into your own hands.
Tomi, creator of PodBrix, is now selling a plush doll of Apple CEO Steve Jobs. We kid you not.
The open-source OS X office suite, built on OpenOffice, has now reached version 3.0, bringing with it new features and enhancements.
A third-party vendor is now offering an HDCP-compliant Mini-DisplayPort-to-HDMI adapter for Apple's newest Macs.
The Apple co-founder has joined the advisory board of DeepDyve, a startup which intends to create a search engine for the "deep Web."
Federal prosecutors are seeking more than $500,000 in assets from a man who scammed Apple out of thousands of iPods.
Google is adding the ability to undo e-mail sent via Gmail—provided you click within five seconds.