Danish newspaper, Ekstra Bladet, is reportedly threatening to sue Apple over the iPhone maker's refusal to allow photos of topless women to appear in apps.
Apple has bought land once owned by HP, significantly expanding the size of its Cupertino, California home base.
Apple has reportedly pulled an application from the iTunes App Store after claims it was anti-gay.
Propellerhead has announced ReBirth is now available for Apple's iPad featuring the classic Roland TB-303 Bassline Synth, and the TR-808 and TR-909 Rhythm...
Apple has added iPads to the Mac and iPod refurbished deals on the Apple Online Store, with a chance to save up to 10 percent off the popular tablet device.
Apple is bringing a new service in the UK called the Apple Consultants Network, and is seeking certified Mac specialists to join the scheme.
A new Mathematica 8 integrates Wolfram|Alpha; just one of more than 500 new features.
Data Robotics has announced Drobo Sync, billed as the world's easiest-to-use remote backup for small and medium-sized businesses. Additionally Drobo has introduced the second generation of the Drobo S, which the company claims to be an "industry first" with support for USB 3.0 and up to five hard drives.
Autodesk president and CEO Carl Bass believes the time will come when individuals will be able to make Avatar-type 3D blockbusters on Apple's iPad.
Hard Candy Cases has introduced the Candy Stylus for Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Not only is it a stylus, the accessory also doubles as a pen.
An original Apple-1 goes on sale at the London auction house Christie's later this month. It's valued between £100,000 and £150,000.
Apple has released a support document highlighting the problem of iPhone alarms setting of one hour late, as the US switch from Daylight Savings Time tonight.
Steve Jobs reportedly has no plans to add USB 3.0 connectivity to Macs any day soon according to an email from the Apple boss.
Adobe has updated Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, its photo management and editing software, and Camera Raw. The updates include various bug fixes while adding new lens profiles and new camera support.
Stuart Hughes is offering a £5 million Apple iPhone 4 for sale -- that's $8 million in US dollars -- adorned with 500 individual flawless cut diamonds totaling 100 carats.
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