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Apple will announce its first-quarter earnings on Tuesday. And while the company will put much of its focus on holiday season sales, analysts will likely want to learn more about Steve Jobs's leave of absence.
Apple chief operating officier Tim Cook is taking over for Steve Jobs for the third time. Here's a crash course on what to expect from the man tasked with taking over the day-to-day duties of Apple's CEO.
No surprise: the International Consumer Electronics Show continues to be an Apple-loving audiophile's dream. Sennheiser and dB Logic have both announced new products.
If one thing has become clear in the early going at CES, it is that there are lots of companies competing to keep your iPhone and iPad powered up and protected.
Macworld's Dan Frakes and Jonathan Seff are in Las Vegas, keeping their eyes peeled for new gadgets and gear that appeal to iPhone and iPod users. At the show's Digital Experience press event, they found a number of speakers, headphones, and mobile accessories that deserve your attention.
Apple's new Support Profile site makes it easier to check the warranty status of your Apple computers and devices, as well as track ongoing repair issues.
The app from Qualcomm Services Lab uses the iPhone's GPS and Wi-Fi signals to record a user's location, automatically notifying friends and family where you are.
Mac users in the UK will pay more to buy an Apple product after the company raised its UK prices in line with the hike in VAT.
Audio vendor iHome is using this week's International Consumer Electronics Show to unveil new speaker systems and radio alarm clocks that feature the iPhone and iPad at their core.
Monday could be the last day for UK customers to get the best deal on a host of Apple products with a VAT increase due to come into force on Tuesday.
2010 proved to be yet another successful year for Apple with its main attractions being the iPad and iPhone 4. Steve Jobs' criticism of Adobe's Flash technology was an ongoing story, and products such as the iPod nano and MacBook Air got smaller.
2010 brought us a totally revamped Apple TV, a new crop of iPods, iTunes 10, and much more. Here’s a quick wrap-up of some of the big events of the past 12 months in the world of Apple and entertainment.
Here are some tips about how to reduce the hassle when you need to return a tech product that you don't want to keep.