Apple's no longer content to just watch--haha--the smart-timepiece industry. Elsewhere, the Jobs movie gets a blink-and-you'll-miss-it trailer and Cupertino polls its employees on how to sell more iPhones.
Redmond is still peppering Apple with fastballs (or so it thinks), a costume designer talks recreating Steve Jobs's look, and yet another oldschool Apple goes for a luxury price.
Jobs, the forthcoming biopic about the late Apple co-founder starring Ashton Kutcher, has unveiled its new poster, six weeks ahead of the film's release.
iOS apps are still using UUIDs, and your iMessages may not be as secure as you thought, but that one guy is really, really sorry that he sold that iPhone 4 prototype.
There are two different kinds of hot messes. Let's review.
Peek inside the development process of an HBO exclusive, take in the latest purported iPhone spy shots, and peruse the closing arguments of the ebook price-fixing case.
Jonathan Ive may not have been Steve Jobs's first choice for Apple's designer, the ebooks trial takes another unexpected turn, and an Apple ad wins yet another award.
How do Mac pros feel about the Mac Pro? As strongly as Apple apparently feels about Linked In? And Steve Jobs thought his work would be lost and forgotten.
How wrong can one pundit be? Turns out really wrong.
There's certainly no denying that pundits were spot on in the lead-up to Monday's WWDC Keynote. [eye roll]