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The operator wants more content and an advertising platform as it looks for new ways to make money
Apple wants to clean up its act by dramatically slashing its carbon emissions at Chinese factories.
Security, manageability, and lower TCO are why Macs should comprise 10 to 25 percent of a company's work PCs.
Ericsson has filed three lawsuits against Apple in Europe in an ongoing dispute over patent royalties.
The Home Depot is aiming to the largest retailer yet to support Apple Pay, as long as it can cut a deal with Apple.
Its new owners hope to repair MacKeeper's reputation, while its previous owner is close to a $2 million class-action settlement.
The quarterly conference calls Apple has with analysts should be boring, but there are always a few fascinating tidbits. Jason Snell unpacks what you need to know.
The software issue affected several dozen flights, said the carrier.
The App Store and Mac businesses saw big increases too.
Apple continues to soar in 2015 on record-breaking iPhone sales and popularity in China.
Dowling has led Apple's PR efforts for the last six months, and now his role is official.
The two companies are reviving their business relationship after years of legal tangling.
In six months, new card regulations could usher in greater acceptance of Apple Pay and its competitors.
Glenn and Susie are joined by Leah Yamshon and Jeff Carlson to discuss the latest (and Apple-approved) biography of Apple's founder, Becoming Steve Jobs.
The ruling from an appeals court could lead to claims from millions of British users