A year after the transition from founder Steve Jobs to successor Tim Cook, Apple is still thriving. But it can't coast. Here are the five questions the company must answer as it faces the years to come.
Apple may be tightening its grip on third-party accessories, Siri's horning in on Roger Ebert's turf, and the story of one man who might have paved the way for Steve Jobs.
Apple may be having a busy month as it reportedly ramps up production for the iPad mini, supposedly marshals its retail store employees to fix maps, and maybe even has to take on Samsung all over again.
In comes a new lawsuit, out goes an old one. Plus, exactly who manages all of Apple's cash? And it's *two* Steves for the price of none.
The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and ... Gizmodo? Oh, the places you'll write if you write dumb pieces about Apple!
The "Steve Jobs would never have..." meme rolls on.
On the 15th anniversary of Steve Jobs's return as Apple CEO, we look at seven decisions he made that turned the company around.
The man accused of breaking into the home of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs appeared in a California court on Monday morning but did not enter a plea.
The digital breadcrumbs left behind when people use Internet-connected gadgets are what led California investigators to recover iMacs, iPads and other items stolen from the home of the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs this week.
Speaking at the D: Dive into Media conference, Neil Young says that he was talking to Steve Jobs about improving digital music download quality before the former Apple CEO's death last year.