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In fewer than two hours, tickets for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference have sold out.
At long last, Apple has announced the dates for its annual developers conference. Last year's event sold out in fewer than 12 hours.
The following is an edited transcript from Tuesday's second quarter financial results.
Amazon releases Send to Kindle for Mac, providing drag-and-drop, contextual menu, and printer options for storing documents on your Kindle device.
Apple on Tuesday reported profits of $11.6 billion for the fiscal second quarter, an increase of 94 percent over last year's $5.9 billion profit. Revenue was up 59 percent to $39.2 billion, thanks to the strong debut of the latest iPad as well as record March quarter sales for the iPhone and Mac product lines.
Dan Moren and Lex Friedman will have live coverage of Apple's conference call with analysts following their quarterly financial statement.
Intel on Monday unveiled the Ivy Bridge processor family, the third generation in the company’s line of Core processors. Does that mean new Macs are around the corner?
The new iPad is likely to be the highlight of Apple's second quarter performance, especially in a period which saw few major product launches or revisions.
An authoritative source casts doubt on Tim Cook's Valve visit, a story suggests Apple still has oh-so-secret plans for its cash, and the very latest in green power for data centers.
A federal court in California has ordered seven technology companies in the state including Apple, Intel, Adobe and Google to face a private antitrust suit from former employees.
A high-profile user departs Instagram, Apple wants its day in court, and Greenpeace quizzes a couple of giants about their energy hygiene.
A large spam campaign observed on Twitter during the last couple of days directed users to malicious websites that exploited vulnerabilities in browser plug-ins to infect their computers with rogue antivirus programs.
Apple and Samsung are going to try talking it out; you may soon smell of eau d'Apple; and the iPhone will likely remain pleasing to the eyes.
The iPad drops into even more countries, the Apple II is firmly entrenched in middle age, and Final Cut Pro X hasn't given up the ghost yet.