Christopher Breen, Roman Loyola, Susie Ochs, and Armando Rodriguez duke it out over colorful iPhones, Steve Ballmer's departure, and Tim Cook's Twitter account in the latest skirmish of technology experts.
In an effort to return cash to investors, Apple is reaching out to the debt market and offering $17 billion in bonds, the biggest non-bank bond offering in history, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
Wall Street didn't care for the numbers Apple released as part of its second quarter earnings Tuesday. But podcast panelists Jason Snell and Dan Moren have a slightly different perspective.
Get the latest on how Apple performed in the January-to-March quarter, as the company briefs Wall Street analysts on its financial numbers.
Just in time for April Fools' Day, we've assembled a panel of pundits to point out the foolishness going on in the tech world.
Apple has acquired mapping startup WiFiSlam, which is developing an indoor location service for smartphones, Apple said Monday.
An Apple supplier known for making iPads has been penalized by Chinese authorities for turning a nearby river in Shanghai "white" after dumping pollutants during the nation's Spring Festival holiday.
One of Apple's larger shareholders is suing the company. Why is that happening and what does it mean to you? Marco Tabini explains.
A cheaper iPhone ? A deal with China Mobile ? Despite having neither of the two, Apple reported strong earnings in the Chinese market in its fiscal first quarter, with revenue buoyed by triple digit growth in iPhone sales.
iPhone and iPad sales both hit record marks in the fiscal first quarter, but Mac sales dropped for the September-to-December quarter. Apple saw its revenue rise nearly 18 percent to $54.5 billion while net profit was flat at $13.1 billion for the quarter.