It's all about the executives: T-Mobile's are hoping to get an early Christmas present that rhymes with shmyShone; Time Warner's wants an Apple TV; and apparently there's nothing Eddy Cue can't fix.
Apple's map manager gets shown the door (accurately, we hope), Siri will soon do everything but drive your car (thankfully), and one user dreams of the Apple TV (that will never be).
Believe Apple has lost its ability to disrupt existing technologies? Chris Breen suggests that Apple is engaged in one of the most difficult disruptions in its history--overturning its own legacy.
While Ted Landau can text just about anyone, texting fails with a single individual. He explores potential solutions in this installment of Bugs & Fixes.
Google gets ready to turn over a new leaf with Maps for iOS, Apple may be the only tech company legally able to bring you page turners, and Nintendo turns to iOS apps with in-app purchase.
Thieves rip off iPad minis, new iMacs may not be holding together, and iOS 6 is going hog-wild downloading podcasts.
AT&T announced on Thursday that it plans to expand access to iOS 6's FaceTime over cellular feature to its tiered LTE customers.
Google's mobile maps product saw its market share in China decline by close to 50 percent in the third quarter due to Apple switching to its own maps product for its iOS 6 upgrade, according to a Beijing-based research firm.
Apple on Thursday released the iOS 6.0.1, the first update to the latest version of its mobile operating system. The release patches a handful of bugs and makes a few other improvements.