Don't-Miss iPhone Stories
Berkeley Design Technology is developing a new benchmark to measure smartphone and tablet battery life.
A dual iPhone launch in September is looking like a lock, the story of how Steve Jobs browbeat AT&T, and getting an evil app into the App Store isn't as hard as you might think.
A monopoly case gets dismissed without someone flipping the game board, the Moto X is picky about what you can write on its case, and what are the odds that a proposed Steve Jobs sculpture is tasteful?
Did Apple buy a company because of *math*? And speaking of math, when it comes to the App Store, the house always wins. Finally, Beijing and Cupertino may have at long last come to an understanding.
This week's roundup of apps brings all the benefits of working in a coffee shop to your home office. Well, except for the coffee.
The Nokia Lumia 1020 and Moto X square off against the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4 to see who takes home the smartphone camera crown.
iCloud gets a new, spartan look; Steve Jobs gets his own cable special on a unlikely channel; and maybe, just maybe, Apple will release new products this fall.
Developers are welcomed back into Apple's fold, Steve Jobs once considered going consumer-only, and one Scandinavian country says no-no to 3D flyovers.
Reports have Apple holding a launch event for the next iPhone on September 10. Dan Moren and Lex Friedman consider past iPhone launches as well as the current rumor mill to see what might be in store.
Apple could roll out the highly anticipated next iPhone during a special event on September 10th, says Ina Fried. That would put it at just about a year since the introduction of the iPhone 5.
The U.S. International Trade Commission sides with Apple in a patent cast and rules that some Samsung phones should be blocked from importation to the United States.
Acclaimed German director Werner Herzog teamed up with AT&T to create a gutpunch of a PSA about the consequences of texting while driving.
Apple's lawyer argues that a federal judge made mistakes when she rejected Apple's request for a sales injunction against Samsung Electronics in a multimillion-dollar patent infringement case.