A new report published by NPD confirms what most of us already know - Apple's sleek MacBook Air is by the far the most popular notebook in its class.
Apple is reportedly eyeing an expansion of its iPhone lineup in 2013 and 2014, which may include cheaper price points, larger screen sizes and multiple colors.
During Apple's long-awaited WWDC 2013 keynote on Monday, Anki showcased a toy-video game hybrid that uses iOS and Cupertino's mobile devices to run a number of small, autonomous cars around a track.
WWDC, Apple's annual orgy of announcements, self-love, and fanboy mania is also home to announcements that can shift billions of dollars around stock markets, from consumers into Apple's pockets, and from Google into Android updates.
A number of reports indicate that Apple is preparing to debut its iRadio music streaming service next week, with Cupertino supposedly in the midst of campaign to contact major advertisers about the platform.
Intel has officially confirmed its next-gen Thunderbolt protocol will double the throughput of its predecessor, all while remaining fully backward compatible.
Yes, it has finally happened, Microsoft has gotten ahead of the curve. That tile thingy interface for Windows 8 is just what Apple needs.
Apple has thus far maintained its tablet lead by delivering a quality experience at a premium price.
It is starting to look like Apple's defense of its antitrust antics in the ebook trade is doomed even before it starts.
It is no secret that HTC is trying to reinvent itself and transform its somewhat geeky brand image. It's off to a good start, as its flagship HTC One handset is getting very positive reviews and giving Samsung’s Galaxy S4 a run for its money, but all is not going well.
The Irish government is getting angry that the US and UK are blaming its tax laws for the antics of multinational IT companies.
Apple has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately. Its falling share price has been a source of concern for Wall Street, the lack of revolutionary products is another, and a big gap in the update cycle is yet another.
Apple is going to explain to the US government how it managed to keep billions of dollars in profits in Irish subsidiaries to pay little or no taxes to any government.
Samsung Display has a few new goodies to show off at Display Week, including three displays that make Apple’s Retina panels look rather outdated.
The Syrian Electronic Army, which is basically the cyber branch of Assad in Syria, has managed to hack the Financial Times.
The CEO of Oracle, dashing Larry Ellison, earned $96.4 million last year and it’s hard to figure out how he can make ends meet.
IBM has decided to finally lay to rest the second killer app of the PC - the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet.
Apple is trying to tell a US court that its former messiah, Steve Jobs, was lying when he bragged about bullying publishers into an epublishing deal.
Smartphone wars are becoming rather predictable. Every quarter sales notch up and every quarter Samsung emerges as the big winner. The last quarter was no exception. However, growth is slowing as the market matures, although there is still plenty of room for growth in emerging markets.
The French government is seriously considering a new tax on smartphones and tablets. The one percent tax would be imposed on a range of “internet compatible devices” and it could yield about 86 million euro per year.