Apple and Google waited until the stock market was closed for the week to announce a formal end to its longtime patent battles — a move that could potentially pave the way for settling the feud between Apple and the search giant's partner Samsung as well.
Nokia's smartphone division may have been officially acquired by Microsoft two weeks ago, but that doesn't mean that the long-time Apple rival gets to enjoy the Finnish smartphone maker's talent as well. Indeed, based on a series of tweets from earlier today that were first spotted by Engadget, former Nokia camera engineering executive Ari Partinen is headed to Cupertino.
Is there some kind of class distinction between iOS and Android users? A new study says yes, and actually draws a line in the sand based on what each type of device owner prefers to drink and their preferred method of travel.
Just a few short years ago, this time of year would have been one of anticipation for the arrival of a new iPhone. Instead, eager buyers have to wait out the dog days of summer — or cave in to a potentially lucrative offer on a current model that's hard to resist.
The verdict is in, and there's no dancing in the streets of Cupertino, as a Samsung attorney last week told a jury there would be if they awarded Apple even $100 million in the latest courtroom fracas, which turned out to be pretty close to the end verdict.
Thursday, May 1 marked the day former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts officially joined the Apple ranks in her new position as Senior Vice President for Retail and Online Stores, and Cupertino celebrated by adding her to the company's executive profiles, sandwiched right between CEO Tim Cook and SVP Eddy Cue. But that's not all that went down yesterday, as we're about to reveal...
A new report on mobile advertising reveals that Android traffic is finally surpassing that of iOS — but the real story may be tucked away inside, with details that show just how anemic the remaining mobile rivals really are.
The Apple Online Store went down in many parts of the world overnight, and eager shoppers were discouraged to find nothing new when the lights came back on. That is, unless they happened to be in the market for one of those affordable 8GB iPhone 5c handsets, which have now shown up in 14 more countries — but the USA is sadly not one of them, so you'll have to be satisfied with our morning recap instead...
The ongoing Apple v. Samsung legal thunderdome continues to be the gift that keeps on giving, with internal documents which reveal the inner workings of both companies and how they planned to counter the other's latest move.