Rumors and reports continue to circulate in the technology world, with many of them inevitably focusing on Apple.
Apple has faced a number challenges over the last year related to software errors and flaws on its flagship iPhone.
Back in November of last year, Chevrolet confirmed it would be rolling out Apple Siri Eyes Free integration for its Sonic and Spark vehicles.
Earlier this week, various rumors and reports claimed that Apple is currently testing a watch with a flexible screen.
Apple has dropped the price of its Retina-enabled 13-inch MacBook Pro to a cool $1,499 (from $1,699) for 128GB of flash, and $1,699 for a new 2.6 GHz processor and 256GB of flash.
Apple is constantly filing detailed patents to cover various products and safeguard advanced technology.
Two European carriers are warning iPhone 4S users not to upgrade to iOS 6.1 until Apple fixes bugs - and IT departments are reporting problems too.
The Australian government has summoned Apple, Microsoft and Adobe to explain why their products cost more there than in the rest of the world.
Apple's reported to be working on a smart watch boasting a curved touchscreen and running iOS.
Apple's responded to calls from shareholders to return some of its vast pile of cash, and says it's now actively looking at the idea.
Remember netbooks? Yes, the once-popular devices which eventually fell out of favor once tablets like Apple's iPad and Amazon's Kindle took the mobile world by storm.
Twitter's video sharing application for the iPhone known as Vine recently ran afoul of the censors over at Apple due to pornographic content uploaded by users of the app.
Who says the music business is finished?
Apple is rolling out a feature that organizes groups of popular self-published e-books and offers them prominent display on iBookstore.
A number of analysts have been loudly clamoring for Apple to design a slick phablet in the form of a larger iPhone with a 5-inch display.
Apple, propelled by its wildly popular lineup of iOS devices, became the largest mobile phone vendor in the United States during the fourth quarter of 2012, capturing a record 34% market share.
A recently discovered patent application outlines an Apple-designed system that uses lasers and image sensors to facilitate a sense of depth perception.
You might think a company looking to bring its video game console to market would be most concerned with competing systems.
The global installed base of smartphones is expected to total 1.4 billion by the end of 2013, with 57% of handsets running on Android and 21% on iOS.
BlackBerry, the company formerly known as RIM, today debuted two new smartphones alongside its long-awaited BB10 operating system and BlackBerry World storefront.