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One of Apple's larger shareholders is suing the company. Why is that happening and what does it mean to you? Marco Tabini explains.
Whether you're getting paid by a customer or editing a coworker's presentation, these tablet-optimized apps take the dead trees out of doing business.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke Tuesday at the Goldman Sachs technology conference.
Last year, Apple CEO Tim Cook used the Goldman Sachs conference to affirm the company's commitment to good worker conditions. What will this year's news be?
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has admitted that late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was "always cooler" than him.
Do you miss iWeb, Apple's web-publishing service that was discontinued last year? The guys at Rage Software say they're preparing a replacement.
Portable and less pricey, Apple's little tablet still seeks its business niche—and is finding some surprising takers.
A new online service lets users combine social networking with App Store shopping as they peruse the latest offerings for theiriPhone and iPad. Applr launched Wednesday, the creation of developer Michael Johnston, who has been working on the project since 2010.
Macworld is now accepting product submissions for the Best of Show Awards. If you are a company exhibiting at Macworld/iWorld 2013, you can have your product considered for the awards.
The search behemoth Google is following Mozilla and Apple in encrypting everyone's search queries, which will be implemented in the next version of Chrome.
Apple iPhone 5 users consume the most cellular data, while owners of Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S III upload more data than any other smartphone, according to a survey conducted by Arieso.
Yes, the iPhone is officially coming to T-Mobile USA. But the device will probably be much pricier, at least upfront, than it is at other wireless carriers.
These 10 nifty cable organizers will help you stay on top of that rat’s nest behind your desk.
Apple CEO Tim Cook received compensation totaling $4.17 million in 2012, down 98.9 percent on last year -- although his 2011 compensation of $378 million consisted mostly of a one-off stock grant, worth $376.2 million at the time.