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A Japanese blog has leaked new cases that have seemingly been produced for an Apple low-cost iPhone.
Elevation Partners founder Roger McNamee wants tech giants to focus less on attracting new customers, and more on the services provided to their current ones.
Thanks to a partnership with Jay-Z, Samsung will give away 1 million copies of his new album to Galaxy smartphone users 72 hours ahead of its release.
With so many naysayers doubting Apple’s viability, it’s a good time to reiterate three of the Cupertino-based company’s fundamental strengths.
Microsoft's Office software is now available for Apple's iPhone. The Office Mobile app can be accessed by Office 365 subscribers for $9.99 a month.
Apple users can breathe a little easier this week knowing that they will now be able to receive government-issued emergency alerts via their iPhones.
Many interesting revelations about Apple’s iBookstore have recently emerged in the e-book antitrust trial.
The differing ways in which advertisers attempt to market to mobile users hasn't evolved much since its early offerings
GM's chief executive said the next big thing in the industry is 4G connectivity, and he plans to position his company at the front of the pack.
Microsoft released an Office app for iPhones (with a catch), but is still holding back on tablet apps in advance of the Windows 8 update.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference began Monday. Top executives -- including Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, and Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller -- took the stage before thousands of gathered developers to announce several big product launches.
Is Apple about to make traditional video game consoles obsolete?
Here is a list of tips and trips that will help make your Father's Day shopping experience that much less painless, and will even help you potentially score some great deals.
In a positive sign for the popularity of Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 7 has already claimed a relatively high percentage of Apple device Web traffic during the two days after its debut.
Does Apple’s new “iOS in the Car” functionality have the potential to be a major revenue generator or is it merely a convenient vehicle feature for Apple users?
Is Apple beating Samsung in the race to provide products and services for the lucrative healthcare market?
Well-known tech commentator Dan Frommer offers his unique take on Apple’s new iOS 7.
Apple is losing Japanese smartphone market share to Sony, thanks to a marketing blitz and discount program from NTT DoCoMo, the nation’s biggest wireless carrier.
Why should a “value” manager avoid a good investment just because it’s a “growth” stock?
Is Apple considering making an iPhone with a larger screen as well as a low-cost version in multiple colors?
Could Apple’s new iOS 7 FaceTime Audio feature seriously disrupt the mobile industry?
Is Apple’s new Activation Lock feature for the iPhone the solution to the growing plague of smartphone thefts?
Here's what the major analysts had to say about Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday.
Apple Inc. has responded to a rise in smartphone theft by introducing an "activation lock" feature in its new iOS 7 that will come out this fall.
Google's strategies against Apple may be working. Despite Apple's efforts to push users away from Google, the search giant is succeeding in drawing in users and monetizing its iOS apps.
One of the biggest surprises out of Apple's WWDC conference was the presentation of an unknown robotics and artificial intelligence firm Anki, which has used Apple's iOS to create an innovative and unique video game/toy hybrid.
Google has released an announcement on its acquisition of mobile mapping app Waze, saying that the collaboration between Waze and Google Maps will "help you outsmart traffic."
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference began Monday, but shares ended the day in the red.
Is this new iOS application the best answer to the government’s intrusive snooping programs?