Taiwan is demanding Apple revise its mapping software and remove a label that describes the island as a province of China, rather than as a sovereign state.
It's not all roses for the new iPhone 5s: Apple said on Wednesday that some of its newest smartphones have a "manufacturing issue" that could lead to reduced battery life or longer charge times. The company will replace the phones of affected users.
MacBooks continue to outlast PC laptops. But why?
Next Issue has finally brought its all-you-can-read app to the iPhone and iPod touch. Was it worth the wait?
Enough of the problems with Mail 7 already. For those ready to ditch Apple's offering and try something new, here's a list of third-party email clients.
Google showed off 18 new features to its slow-growing social network in an effort to convince photographers of its awesomeness.
A security breach at Adobe earlier in October will impact at least 38 million users, according to Krebs on Security—and that number could grow because a recent file dump of usernames and hashed passwords taken from Adobe.
The newest member of the iOS family won't be available for a few more days, but it already has accessories to make it easier and more comfortable to use.
Samsung Electronics continued to dominate the smartphone market in the third quarter, which also saw quarterly shipments cross 250 million for the first time, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
The privacy-aware geolocation project will use publicly available cell tower and Wi-Fi signals.
During Apple's usual conference call with analysts, CEO Tim Cook took time to talk about the iPhone 5S, channel inventory, the difference between the iPhone 4S and the 5C, and more. Here’s an edited transcript of what Cook had to say on Tuesday about Apple’s most recent quarter.
Apple announced its financial results for the 2013 fiscal year. Predictably, iPhone sales were up nicely, but once again Mac sales fell.