BlackBerry fans hoping the company's latest keyboard-based smartphone might steer the company clear of a looming iceberg may be disappointed to discover that sales of the device haven't quite worked out the way the company hoped.
The Apple TV may not have the wide variety of content available on competing media streamers like Roku, but Cupertino appears to be making up for that shortfall, which could next include music video service Vevo.
While the iPhone 5 remains Apple's top seller and an updated version appears to be on the way this fall, the three-year-old iPhone 4 is quietly becoming the little smartphone that could, particularly in emerging markets.
It seems like every week a new rumor (or three) about what Apple may be up to surfaces, but few of them come with the credibility of today's Wall Street Journal report claiming bigger iOS devices could be in the works.
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're used to seeing the iPhone virtually everywhere here in the U.S., but despite its success all around the globe, Apple is falling behind in India, a key market poised to become the world's third largest this year.