A Washington state sheriff's deputy is using his iPhone to help interact with the Spanish-speaking community he serves.
For a limited time, Skype is giving away 10,000 minutes of Wi-Fi access to Mac users only.
Jury members around the country are apparently using the Internet on mobile phones while in court, leading to potential mistrials.
Monthly data from the market-research firm suggests that Mac users are putting off purchases of new Apple hardware.
If passed, the bill would enact fines and possible jail time on online services that did not blur out locations like schools and government buildings.
In a 2005 sketch, Saturday Night Live featured a Steve Jobs impersonator introducing several fictional iPod models—one of which bears a surprising resemblance to the new shuffle.
Mikogo is a new, free cross-platform collaboration application that lets far-flung colleagues work together.
Artist Adam Reeder's sculpture series combines the ancient gods of Greece with the latest technology from Apple and elsewhere.
Cydia, the maker of a popular software installer for jailbroken iPhones, has announced plans to open an iPhone application store. And they're not alone.
The Washington D.C. neighborhood has finally approved Apple's storefront design on the company's fifth attempt.
The 42nd President's music player is one among many celebrity-signed iPods up for auction, with the proceeds going to charity.
Chang Xiaobing, chairman of the second-largest mobile firm, says that his company is in talks with a number of handset providers, including Apple, according to Reuters.
Mozilla has released the second beta version of its forthcoming Thunderbird 3 e-mail client, incorporating some new capabilities and a lot of bug fixes.
With the release of version 1.0 of its OS X software, the Livescribe Puulse Smartpen is now ready for Mac prime time.
The trial, which pits Universal Music against FBT Productions, could have an impact on what percentage artists make on digital music downloads.