Though Psystar and Apple may not see eye-to-eye on everything, they've agreed to keep trade secrets confidential during the course of their trial.
Retro is coming back all over the place, so it's little surprise that a modder combined a Mac mini with an Apple Disk II drive: it's 1978 meets 2005.
The long-standing problem with cracks appearing in the polycarbonate MacBook's top case has not diminished.
The iPhone went on sale in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates yesterday, and sold well despite the continued lack of support for Arabic language.
At Mobile World Congress, a Telstra executive lost his top-secret handset loaded with Microsoft's latest mobile operating system.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said at the Mobile World Congress that Apple should be more open. In other news, pot calls kettle black.
A new iPhone applications allows users to stream all of the music by The Presidents of the United States of America, as well as exclusive tracks.
On Monday, at the Barcelona Mobile World Congress, AT&T announced that it hopes to be able to roll out 4G wireless technology starting in 2011.
Colombian artist Camilo Ramirez created this portrait of Apple CEO Steve Jobs as The New Yorker's iconic mascot, Eustace Tilley.
Doodle Kids, created by a nine-year-old boy, has been downloaded more than 4,000 times in two weeks.
New store in Washington, DC goes up for fourth attempt with neighborhood board
Apple’s move to drop digital-rights management restrictions from the music at the iTunes Store has rendered moot Norway’s long-standing legal complaint against the company.
Apple has struck a deal with Emirates Telecommunications to provide service for the iPhone 3G in the two Middle Eastern countries.
Gmail's task management add-on has now been re-formatted for handheld devices such as the iPhone.
Net Applications's monthly web statistics report shows Apple's market share is up for fourth consecutive month.