Weaksauce alert: new Apple TV can't do full HD

The new version of the Apple TV, to be so trendily named the iTV, is going to try to be a lot less lame than the total flop that came out a few years ago, but with an inferior chipset inside, that might not happen.

Apple patches PDF exploit with iOS update

Apple has patched a serious PDF exploit that affected a number of mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Red-faced Apple to replace overheating iPod Nanos

The once infallible Apple has assured the Japanese government that it will replace overheating, first-gen iPod Nanos on demand.

Integrated graphics poised to dominate notebook PC market

Did you know that four out of five notebook PCs are expected to feature graphics-enabled microprocessors by the year 2014?

Mark Hurd falls, could Larry Ellison and Steve Jobs be next?

 Mark Hurd has fallen. Could Larry Ellison and Steve Jobs be next?

European Commission probes Apple's walled garden

The European Commission (EC) has reportedly joined the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in probing Apple's controversial policies regulating mobile software developers. 

Apple licenses ultra-durable metal alloys

Apple has reportedly licensed a number of amorphous metal alloys with unique atomic structures. 

The alloys - which are harder than titanium or aluminum - could be used to design mobile devices that are stronger, lighter and more resistant to corrosion.

New Mac Pro available for order

Customers can now purchase the latest Apple-branded computer, a monster 12-core system with two 2.66 GHz Intel Xeon "Westmere" processors, for around $5,000.

Cranking the rumor mill: Verizon iPhone in January?

AT&T continues to shy away from blowing the iPhone horn, Apple is working on new iPhone chipsets, and Verizon has stopped its cocky "we don't need the iPhone" mentality. You know what that means...

Flash runs on iPhone 4. Say wha?

The latest mobile version of Adobe Flash is now available on the iPhone 4. Before you go out and start murdering someone, it's only a hack, and a very rough one at that.

Apple shreds Papermaster over Antennagate

Apple is confirming the departure of iPhone-iPod chief Mark Papermaster, who was recruited from IBM less than two years ago.

Apple launches "try before you buy" campaign

Ever wished you could try out an app for your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad before buying it? Well, now you can - sort of. OK, not really.

Analyst says Android will vanquish Apple

Android is expected to surpass Apple in global smartphone market share by the year 2012.

Hipster pizzeria snubs Steve Jobs

A hipster pizzeria located in San Francisco's ironic Mission District unceremoniously snubbed Steve Jobs by refusing to seat the turtlenecked Apple King without a reservation.

One-fourth of iPhone 4 owners upset with antenna issues

Even though Apple would argue that only a handful of people ever experienced any problems with the iPhone 4's faulty antenna design, nearly 25% of all iPhone 4 owners are upset.

Clearwire hits Apple’s 4G iSpot

Clearwire has introduced a personal 4G hotspot that supports a number of mobile Apple devices, including the iPad, iPod Touch and, yes, the iPhone.

Hackers liberate Apple iPhone 4 from AT&T

Dev Team hackers have released a long-awaited unlock for Apple's iPhone that allows the device to be used with carriers other than AT&T.

Documents suggest iPad 2 will have a camera

New documents that detail possible features for a new version of the iPad suggest that there will be a digital camera attached to the multimedia tablet.

Americans covet Apple's shiny iPhone

Android may be poised to dominate the US smartphone market, but a recent survey indicates that Apple’s shiny iPhone remains quite a coveted device. 

Android fanboi crashes Apple party

An Android fanboi and his girlfriend managed to infiltrate a heavily guarded Apple store and deface several "magical" iPads with digital Android graffiti and wallpaper.