Free iPhone case offer won't be renewed, so buy now

At this point, Apple's attitude about the iPhone 4 is, "If you're worried about our faulty antenna, tough luck." The company's deal to give customers a free case to protect the antenna will end at the end of the month.

China gets iPad on Friday, no 3G in sight

An enormous mass of people with a growing hunger for the latest tech gadgets may soon be getting their hands on one of the most important devices this year. It'll come at a high cost, though.

Yes, Windows Phone 7 is doomed

Windows Phone 7 may not fail as utterly as the hipster-oriented Kin. But the overhyped smartphone platform is doomed nonetheless.

Report: Apple may ditch Infineon for Qualcomm

Apple may be preparing to equip its next-gen iPhone with a baseband chip from Qualcomm, rather than Infineon.

Smartphones jumpstart automotive infotainment

Smartphones running iOS (Apple), Android (Google) and BlackBerry (RIM) are helping to jumpstart the relatively nascent automotive infotaintment industry.

Apple relents, eyes approval of Google Voice-enabled app

Apple - which recently relaxed its draconian iOS restrictions - is poised to re-approve a banned Google Voice-enabled app. But does the latest decision indicate a true change of attitude towards developers and a sudden affinity for openness?

Report: Chronic Dev (almost) jailbreaks iOS 4.1

A talented Chronic Dev Team member known as "Pod2g" has reportedly "discovered" a bootrom-based exploit capable of jailbreaking all devices running Apple iOS 4.1 firmware - including the 4th-gen iPod touch, iPhone 4 and iPad.

Acer founder says Apple products are like "mutant viruses"

Acer founder Stan Shih claims he respects Apple, but insists that popular devices such as the iPad and and iPhone are little more than over-hyped mutant viruses.

Apple allows Flash developers back into the fold

In news that will see a million clenched fists relaxed, Apple is relaxing its guidelines on app submissions.

Apps to outsell iTunes downloads by year-end

Apps will outsell music downloads at the iTunes store by two to one by the end of the year, according to Finnish analyst Asymco.

iPad cannibalizes low-end notebook sales

It's official: the iPad is adversely affecting the traditional PC industry, with eager consumers expected to snap up at least 28 million of the popular touchscreen devices at the expense of low-end notebooks. 

Leaked documents show biggest AdWords spenders

A leaked document has shown how much big brands are spending on Google AdWords - and Apple and its products are the biggest drivers.

Android marches forward as iOS slips

Google's Android army is marching bravely forward, while Apple's iOS continues to rapidly lose market share.

Motorola Droid 2 lasers Apple's lack of Flash

This weekend, Motorola kicked off a well-choreographed PR campaign designed to kick Apple where it hurts: in the Adobe Flash zone.

Has Apple gone too far?

It is now old news that Apple is considering developing new components in their devices that would allow them to spy on their users. It started several weeks ago when Apple filed the patent for the new components.

Ping already flooded with spam and scams

Well, it's worked beautifully with Facebook, and spammers have been quick to get going with fake surveys on Ping.

Apple's A4 processor takes center stage

Apple has deployed its indigenously designed ARM-based A4 processor in a number of new devices, including the iPad, iPhone 4 and upgraded iPod touch.

Can Apple conquer the American living room?

Apple currently dominates the MP3 market and has successfully wooed the masses with its shiny lineup of iPhones. But is Steve Jobs ready to conquer American living rooms with his next-gen Apple TV?

Apple Pings musicphiles with iTunes 10

Have you ever wondered what cool new bands your friends were listening to on iTunes?

Apple upgrades iPod touch with A4 chip

Apple has upgraded its popular iPod touch with with a crystal-clear Retina display, FaceTime video calling capabilities and HD video recording.