As it has for the last several years, Apple published the results of its annual supplier responsibility for 2013 this week, which puts a specific spotlight on the tantalum used in the manufacturing process.
Could Apple's fabled "iWatch" be nothing more than a health and fitness sensor strapped on the wrist which connects to a new built-in app to monitor your well being? If so, this could offer a glimpse at what to expect.
The big rumor Wednesday is that both Apple and Samsung may be planning to go bezel-free with this year's flagship smartphones, with the Korean manufacturer likely first out of the gate now that they've inked a media event for later this month. The less bezel the better, we say -- as long as our iPhones aren't going to smash into a thousand pieces because they're less sturdy as a result. Speaking of broken dreams, let's dig into our first story of the day...
"Her name is Rio and she dances on the sand"... and soon, she can go shopping at an Apple retail store as the country of Brazil lands its first brick-and-mortar location chock full of Cupertino's finest.
Steve Jobs famously refused to look back, always keeping his eye focused on the future -- but the return of the discontinued iPhone 4 in a trio of emerging markets indicates the new Apple may be taking a different approach.
Time may have cemented Steve Jobs' legendary unveiling of the Macintosh on January 24, 1984 as a legendary moment in computer history, but a recently unearthed video shows how the Apple co-founder did it all again less than a week later.