The release of a new iPad -- and the Apple's continued domination of the tablet market -- has CFOWorld.com's Jonny Evans thinking of a future where Apple is a player in the enterprise world.
Samsung took a step toward finding a kind of "pax tabletica" with arch-foe Apple in an Australian court last week, offering to remove features from its Galaxy...
The maker of iBeer is suing a brewery giant, claiming that its free iPhone application copies his $3 offering.
Apple has no immediate plans to deploy Blu-ray in its Macs, citing the cost of licensing as cause.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs attended a session in Brussels where the EU’s competition commissioner said that music labels and technology firms needed to do a better job of serving customers throughout Europe.
The July release of the iPhone 3G helped drive stronger growth for smartphones in the third quarter, according to a new report from market-research firm Gartner.
Nullriver, makers of a tethering app that got pulled from Apple’s App Store, says it’s working with Apple to return NetShare to the store.
Apple will open its latest retail store in the U.K. in the redeveloped Liverpool One complex this coming weekend.
O2 disclosed the high demand for the iPhone 3G in an e-mail apologizing to customers who tried to take advantage of the company’s advance upgrade deal earlier this week.
O2 will offer the iPhone 3G to pay-as-you-go customers in the U.K. "later this year."
Apple has made a stealthy service upgrade, introducing TV show downloads through iTunes in Australia.
O2 has multiplied the available Wi-Fi hotspots iPhone users in the U.K. can employ to get online.
Apple's iPhone has spurred huge growth in touch-screen display shipments as competitors and consumers turn to similar...
O2 CEO Matthew Key confirmed that the cellular provider will make an iPhone-related announcement in conjunction with Apple “in the coming weeks.”
The BBC is off to an incredibly strong start as it begins selling selected TV shows through iTunes in the U.S.
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