With its iPad capturing 6 percent of the portable PC segment in the second quarter of 2010 Apple will continue lead the media tablet market through at least 2011.
An online dating site claiming to cater to Mac users appears to be headed to a June launch, if its Website and Twitter stream are to be believed.
In another stage of its mounting battle with Google, Apple has hired two mobile ad industry big hitters.
Apple has announced that the Wi-Fi model of its iPad media tablet will go on sale in the UK in "late March" with the 3G-equipped models arriving a month later. There's still no word on UK pricing, however; in the U.S., prices start at $499 for the tablet.
The UK is set for a Wi-Fi boom, with the number of We-Fi internet hotspots trebling treble over the next two years to cope with demand from users of Apple's smartphone.
Analysts at ABI Research expect mobile application downloads to reach 5 billion by 2014, with the Android platform as the biggest beneficiary of that growth.
Designer Stuart Hughes, from Liverpool has created an iPhone costing a cool £1.92 million (US$3.2 million).
UK iPhone carrier O2 is bracing itself for thousands of returns as recent customers send back their iPhones to wait for better deals from rivals Orange and Vodafone.
Smartphone sales will surpass worldwide PC sales by the end of 2011, says a report by RBC analyst Mike Abramsky.
UK iPhone users were left without any data access for several hours over the weekend, according to various user and news reports.
The head of Apple Europe, Pascal Cagni, is being considered for the role of Chief Executive of ITV, the largest commercial television network in the UK.
Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry smartphones may be tiny players in terms of market share but they command a giant slice of mobile profits -- 35 percent worldwide, according to an analyst from Deutsche Bank.
O2, the exclusive carrier for Apple's iPhone in the UK, reports that the iPhone 3GS is currently "out of stock".
Mac sales grew by 6.6 percent in the UK during the first quarter, allowing Apple to break into the top five of UK market share for the first time, according to Gartner.
HTC, maker of the first Google phone, thinks it will reach 1 million in sales by the end of 2008.
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