The U.S. Department of Justice's antitrust lawsuit against Apple and five book publishers over alleged e-book price fixing means that the publishers have to reinvent their digital futures, according to some experts.
The forecast for the next version of iTunes is cloudy; Apple's got stormy seas ahead in court; and Nokia and Microsoft could really use a ray of sunshine about now.
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple and five book publishers for alleged ebook price fixing.
iOS apps are raking in money hand-over-fist, but Apple may be willing to go to court to protect its share of ebook sales. And if new iPads don't play nicely with Wi-Fi, they'll be sent home to think about what they've done.
The Marvel AR app will appeal to comic book aficionados who enjoy looking behind-the-scenes for the comic production process and are immersed in the Marvel Universe.
Tim Cook is the CEO of CEOs, Apple is the consumer brand of consumer brands (in Japan), and e-books are the, uh, books of books.
Amazon's Kindle Touch 3G e-reader will start shipping across the globe with free 3G wireless access on April 27, Amazon said on Tuesday.
The iPad mini rumor gains some steam, even as the iPad itself gets ready for cold weather. Meanwhile Siri bones up on sports and plane-spotting.
The country's top antitrust official doesn't trust Apple, Tim Cook is shanghaied to China, and people who shop in glass stores should really watch where they're going.
Thanks to gorgeous illustrations and interactive elements, the oft-told tale of Cinderella gets some new life in this iOS ebook from Nosy Crow.