Apple’s new mobile operating system mashes up the best its competitors have come up with since the original iPhone was launched.
Apple is winning the long game for the future of television by keeping its yap shut about its TV plans.
Apple has signed Sony Music to its iRadio service, which is now almost a lock to be announced Monday.
Samsung has won a meaningless ban on last-gen Apple products. Bully for Samsung, but it’s time to end the patent wars.
Apple reportedly has big plans for a free, ad-supported streaming music service, and may be revamping its moribund iAd platform to make it possible.
Apple claims the government reverse-engineered a case out of nothing, but five publishers have already settled with the Justice Department.
Apple has signed the second of three big music labels it needs to launch iRadio at its developers conference in mid June. Meanwhile, the official WWDC iOS app hints at a flatter iOS 7 design.
Three companies are said to have bid at least $1 billion for the online video site. Is that too high a price for Yahoo to pay?
Apple can’t win on The Street by generating massive profits and paying shareholder dividends. Screw The Street.
Apple launched a $229 iPod Touch, and marked a sales milestone, with nary a press release to be found. Why the stealthiness?
Apple CEO Tim Cook had a lot to say Tuesday night about interactive TV, iOS7, wearable tech, the smartphone wars and even tax policy. But what did his remarks really add up to?
A flagship product, the first one designed under Google’s ownership.
Upgraded operating systems, and maybe new MacBooks, will be on tap at Apple’s WWDC in June. But don’t look for Apple’s next game-changer.