A report from Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior alleges poor working conditions at Foxconn Electronics, the manufacturing giant that assembles the iPhone and iPad for Apple.
Apple is in talks to offer a version of the iPhone in India based on code division multiple access, or CDMA, technology, according to The Wall Street Journal.
An Apple executive will meet South Korea officials next week to discuss concerns over the iPhone and after-sales service.
The changes to LogMeIn's web-based management console are led by One2Many, which allows LogMeIn Central users to automate administrative tasks.
Apple's Chinese Website struggled on Monday to meet demand for the iPhone 4 introduced last month in China.
Facebook has issued a statement denying it has breached Apple's iTunes App Store privacy rules.
Data Robotics, the makers of Drobo, self-managing storage, has announced DroboPro FS.
A researcher at Bucknell University warns that some two thirds of popular iPhone apps transmit users UDIDs, leading to potential security concerns.
Autodesk has introduced AutoCAD WS for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, which lets users view, edit and share DWG files.
Apple appears to have approved an iPhone application capable of managing BitTorrent downloads, with the availability of IS Drive on the iTunes Store.
Time Warner has joined a chorus of disapproval over Apple's decision to offer 99-cent TV rentals through the App Store.
New iPad application iSwifter aims to bring to Flash based gaming to Apple's tablet based computer.
LaCie has announced the latest addition to its line of professional displays, the LaCie 324i, which promises to deliver uniform and accurate colors thanks to its wide gamuts and backlight stabilization.
Hundreds queued on Friday morning as Apple's best selling iPad tablet device officially went on sale in China.
Yahoo's CEO expects Apple's mobile advertising platform iAds to fail over Apple's insistence on creative control.