Apple's executives speak before congress, Ireland doesn't think it has a taxation problem, and iOS 7 looks to share and share alike. The remainders for Tuesday, May 21, 2013 are certain.
Sony and Apple are at loggerheads over streaming music, AT&T gets ready to open the floodgates on video chat over its network, and the head of Turkey visits Cupertino.
Apple has published an eighteen-page document of the testimony that executives will give before a U.S. Senate subcommittee on Tuesday.
iOS devices are in the army now, Intel's former CEO recounts his Apple misstep, and Apple's got its work cut out for its WWDC keynote.
The CW will launch its own streaming app on the Apple TV, offering ad-supported episodes the day after they air.
Mr. Cook goes to Washington, an Apple Store grows in San Francisco, and Mac spyware turns up in Norway.
The minor 11.0.3 update to iTunes brings a few user interface changes, though probably not the ones wanted by those unhappy with the latest version of Apple's media software.
The DOJ wants to put Apple on ice for collusion on ebooks' price. Elsewhere, if an iPhone button wiggles, is it more than just a niggle? And to get some relief, Siri asks you to please keep it brief.
Google Maps gets an eye-popping makeover for its venerable Web interface as well as bringing improvements to its mobile apps.
Apple's on its way to its next App Store milestone, Intel is prepping new graphics chips that could show up in Macs, and Adobe may borrow from one of its popular photo-editing apps for its next iPad outing.
Apple released a minor update to iOS on Thursday, updating the audio profile for the iPhone 5's speakerphone.
Apple may be borrowing from OS X to pay iOS, hackers have gone phishing for Apple customers, and Tim Cook will be playing Southern California for one night only.
Dan Moren, Chris Breen, Jon Seff, and Kirk McElhearn talk about just what’s happened over the past 10 years in the iTunes Store. (And what may happen in the future.)
Have an idea for an iOS app, but can't quite articulate it? Briefs is new Mac app that lets you create interactive mockups that can be run on the iPhone.
Some day, when people ask Apple why it offered up a multi-billion dollar bond, it'll tell people it was young and needed the money. Of course, if you believe one competitor's CEO, that's because Cupertino's tablet business is going belly up sooner rather than later. And it's time for the latest edition of "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Sponsored Tweeting!"