Senior editor Dan Moren and senior writer Lex Friedman discuss the preponderance of smaller, Apple-related events.
Apple's still the king in digital music and raking in the moolah for PCs, but one trader loses big on the company.
Verizon is the true innovator behind the iPhone 5's incorporation of LTE. Elsewhere, Motorola and Apple take up valuable judicial time, and a tree grows in Emeryville.
Yahoo and Apple may be the latest superhero team-up to hit Silicon Valley, while Apple could be considering plans to space-ify its retail stores. And Steve Jobs's life is translated into yet another genre.
Creator Brian K. Vaughan said earlier this week that the latest issue of his comic Saga would not be available via Comixology, due to some explicit images--but the same issue is available via Apple's iBookstore.
Apple's got its finger on the pulse of security development, the iPhone should not be a number but a free man, and a former Apple exec is on the market once again.
Google's latest update to its browser on iOS has added a few new features, such as full-screen browsing on the iPhone and iPod touch, and a slew of printing features, including save to PDF.
T-Mobile is firing up the iPhone compatibility, Apple's jettisoning some VPN functionality, and Google is swapping out browser engines.
One analyst contends that Apple's real business model is storage, which at least explains why it's building such a huge new headquarters. Plus, your iMessages are really way more secure than they probably need to be.
Apple nerds spitball about future product releases and updates while a piece of the company's history sees the light of day and a former Apple executive runs into a roadblock.
Are you sitting down? Because the Wall Street Journal says Apple's going to release a new iPhone this year. I know! Elsewhere, Alan Kay takes a potshot at the iPad, and the first Steve Jobs movie gets ready to hit many of your screens.
Apple will hold its next quarterly financial conference call on April 23, but it may not be business as usual for the company.
Yes, yes, it's April Fool's Day. But here at the Remains of the Day, it's business as usual. So you can read about non-resellable MP3s, rumors about the next two iPhones, and Tim Cook's handsome, handsome yearbook photos without any fear that we're out to fool you.
Developer Silvio Rizzi has promised that he will continue to develop his Google Reader-based Mac/iOS RSS app Reeder even after the service shutters down this summer.
Despite the patch for the latest Apple security hole, concerns remain about the company's track record in that arena. But, hey, can you really blame Apple, when it may be busy building a game controller and a streaming music service?