The first official biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs is set to come out in early 2012.
Apparently Apple isn't too happy about a reportedly deceptive iPad 2 sales tactic at Best Buy.
The first Apple Store in Russia may be coming soon.
Sony is making good progress on restoring access to several of its electronics plants affected by the Japanese earthquake.
Only 45 direct-channel Sony retail locations remain in operation.
After disagreements with how the company should change moving forward, Acer's top man has decided to leave.
Rival mobile carrier as well as the state of New York have added to the list of entities that aren't too happy.
It's time to jump off the sinking ship.
What kind of credentials does it take to get a job at Google nowadays?
The regulatory committee that needs to approve the merger between T-Mobile and AT&T may give the companies a hard time, due to potential antitrust concerns.
After just 10 months of offering its own dedicated platform for users to download apps, Samsung says more than 100 million apps have been downloaded.
The iPad 2 is already available in the US and some other major countries, with plans for 25 countries put in place. But India isn't in them.
When it comes to shopping online, many consumers head immediately to sites that don't charge sales tax, which isn't sitting well with retailers that have to charge tax.
According to a new rumor, Apple has canceled its plan to open a new retail storefront in New York's Grand Central terminal, a plan that itself was only just a rumor.
Sony will be able to peer through virtually all recent Internet activity of famed PS3 hacker George Hotz.
A Minnesota man will serve time in prison for a dubious scheme in which he managed to effectively get hundreds of thousands of dollars in computer equipment from Cisco for free.
The #1 electronics retailer in America has come up with a plan to provide tablets to some of its sales people on the retail floor, but it won't say what tablet it has in mind.
Apple has shipped more than a million of its new laptop line the Macbook Air, proving that it is more than just an iPod and iPhone company these days.
Don't you just hate it when you buy something and then just a couple weeks later it's already obsolete? If that's how you're feeling about your recent iPad purchase, Apple wants to make it right.
After indefinitely stepping away from Apple's day-to-day responsibilities to tend to his worsening medical condition, Steve Jobs delighted fans today by defying the odds and stepping onto the stage to introduce today's expected iPad 2 announcement.