It's rare to hear one of Apple's partners speak publicly about the company, but it's rarely positive, especially when Cupertino's often draconian policies are being discussed. Imagine our surprise to hear a European carrier CEO describe Apple as much easier to get along with now! What's the reason behind the change? You'll have to read on to find out...
It appears third-placed U.S. carrier Sprint will be the last one out the door responsible for turning the lights off when it comes to quarterly earnings reports for the end of 2012, and they're reporting a loss on top of it.
Looking for some cool apps to get you into the weekend? Our Wednesday recap has a trio of them, along with news of Apple's slow invasion into Russia and even the gossipy tale of how Twitter's video sharing app Vine might have cost the CEO of Viddy his job. For those of us of a certain age, however, the big news is gonna come right up front with the return of an '80s pop culture icon...
The news is not completely a surprise considering the company teased about it a couple weeks ago, but Nokia at long last had a profitable quarter by the end of 2012, despite a $3 billion loss for the year.
In Silicon Valley, tech giants have made handshake agreements not to poach each other's employees, referred to as a "no-hire" policy. A new report shows just how far Apple's former CEO was willing to go to enforce it.
While Apple has an ever-increasing presence in China, the world's largest cell phone carrier based there is still curiously deficient on offering an iPhone -- but that may change as executives from the two companies sit down for a chat.
Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page rarely gives interviews, but he recently sat down with Fortune for an exclusive covering a wide range of topics, including patents, self-driving cars and yes, Apple.