Apple is a little late to the music-streaming revolution with its acquisition of Beats Music; that much is clear. According to a new Buzzfeed report, however, that tardiness has as much to do with willful ignorance on the part of Apple's executives as it does with maintaining sales on iTunes.
As expected, today's launch of Paper by Facebook for iPhone marks the social media giant's latest attempt to shake up its effective but aging template. If there's a problem, it's that it triggers a touch too much deja vu. Existing apps like Feedly and Flipboard already offer similar services drawn from RSS feeds and the like, but Paper cobbles its magazine-like interface out of posts from your Facebook home feed and a hodgepodge of other links suited to your interests.
Minneapolis rocker Prince may have given the middle finger to the internet three years ago, but apparently he's smart enough to realize that Twitter is the place to be when it comes to promoting a new album.
We're generally fans of Path, the more private social network. But that could be because we have yet to experience the horror of having the service spam our address book -- even after uninstalling the app.
Despite CEO Tim Cook's public apology over warranty issues, Apple may not be out of the woods yet in China -- the company has been listed among a number of app providers and websites being investigated for pornography there.
We may never know exactly how Apple CEO Tim Cook arrived at the decision to remove iOS boss Scott Forstall from power, but the former executive best known as "father of the iPod" claims it was "justified."
Under fire from complaints about the revamped Maps app the company released with iOS 6 last week, Apple CEO Tim Cook has posted a public apology -- and even recommends competing products "while we're improving Maps."
If you hate Apple's new Maps app in iOS 6 and are holding out hope that Google will come to your rescue, you may have a lengthy wait ahead of you -- the search giant has yet to even submit their own App Store version yet.
As the controversy at Apple’s Chinese factories continues to heat up, the company’s independent audits are being followed up with the popular ABC News program Nightline gaining exclusive access to see what life is like there first-hand.