Apple's going after San Francisco-based start-up Sector Labs in an effort to stop it using the word 'pod'.
You might, just possibly, have noticed this for yourself - but according to the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism, Apple gets more media coverage in the US than any other tech company.
As expected, the Department of Justice has reached a settlement with six high technology companies – Adobe, Apple, Google, Intel, Intuit and Pixar – barring them from entering into no-solicitation agreements for employees.
China Unicom has confirmed that its current stock of iPhone 4 handsets is "currently insufficient" to meet user demand.
Taiwanese manufacturer Pegatron has spilled the beans on the production of a CDMA version of the iPhone 4, all but confirming that the Apple phone is heading to Verizon in just a few months.
Is Apple's "magical" iPad a digital revolutionary? Is it destined - like a more benevolent version of Che Guevara - to free the seething peasant masses from their dependency on unwieldy PCs?
It probably won't come as much of a surprise to many that Apple customers are the happiest computer users - indeed, they're widely mocked for extreme evangelism.
The use of NAND Flash memory in popular tablets such as Apple's iPad and competing Android devices is expected to triple in 2011.
An aspiring journalist from Long Island accuses Steve Jobs of lacking class after the CEO tells her to "leave [Apple] alone."
Apple will be getting a Chinese stamp in its passport yet again as it plans to launch the iPhone 4 in the gigantic nation this Saturday.
Microsoft believes that sales of its Kinect platform will easily "blow away" Apple's "magical" iPad - which shipped 1 million units during its first 28 days on sale and 3 million in three months.
LED is all the rage in the world of TVs these days, and it's making its way to computer displays as well. In a stunning turn of events, Apple is actually following along with the latest technology.
With the Justice Department investigating the affair, some of the US' largest tech companies are said to be close to settling allegations that they conspired to keep wages artificially low.
Shock! It seems as if Verizon is relatively unenthusiastic about Windows Phone 7. Indeed, the carrier has refused to sell devices based on Redmond's latest (crappy) mobile OS until at least 2011.
Apple's "magical" iPad currently dominates the relatively nascent US tablet market. However, a virtual tsunami of Android-powered tablets are expected to end Club Cupertino's monopoly of the sector in just a few years.
Moses' tablets have generally been considered to have the edge over the iPad, in part because he at least had a hard copy. It's been one continuing gripe about the iPad that it's had no printing facility.
RIM continues to successfully defend its heavyweight (BlackBerry) smartphone title against various contenders, including Apple (iOS) and Google (Android).
IDF 2010 - Adobe and Intel are attempting to challenge the Flash-less Apple by launching an initiative to promote Air apps and games in the latter company's AppUp store.
A Japanese tabloid magazine reported that Steve Jobs ran into a bit of an issue at a local airport while on vacation. But no one really took it seriously until Bloomberg decided it was worth reporting.
Parallels has introduced a mobile version of its virtualization platform that allows iOS users to remotely access Windows apps on their Apple mobile devices.