When it comes to sex and the iPhone, Apple and Steve Jobs are positively prudish. This may end up costing Apple dearly.
With Apple planning a press conference today to discuss the iPhone 4's reception problems, there's not much time left to jump in and castigate the company.
Have you ever wished the Star Wars universe was real? Would you join the Rebellion? I know I would, even if it meant having to fight the Imperial army on freezing Hoth.
Right after a class-action lawsuit hits its biggest competitor, the Droid X has been released to Verizon and electronics retailer stores today.
Want the power of the iPhone 4 without the hassle of a faulty device that's at the center of a multi-million dollar class-action lawsuit? The new iPod Touch could provide exactly what you need.
After more than a month of a litany of complaints, jokes, and serious legal complications swirling around the iPhone 4's antenna/reception glitch, Apple is hoping to nip the issue in the bud with a press conference tomorrow.
A survey from the NPD Group says that millions of Apple users would be willing to pay for cloud-based music services on the iTunes platform.
Is the lack of true multitasking in Windows Phone 7 a feature or a benefit? Well, we can probably rule out the latter, because even Apple's restrictive iOS 4 allows multiple programs to run simultaneously.
Realizing that Google's mapping and location services are still superior to what it has, Apple has reportedly acquired a Canadian mapping company called Poly9.
As speculation picks up that an iPhone 4 recall is inevitable, analysts say that the fix could cost Apple upwards of a billion dollars, and the tab is only going to increase as new units are sold.
Can Symbian effectively compete against other popular mobile operating systems such as iOS4 and Android?
The iPhone 4 problems, when it comes to new phones, are hardly new to Apple or to any vendor. Yes the phones are crashing, yes the battery life of some suck (try the 4G Evo), and yes the antenna design was a really bad idea in hindsight.
Apple has moved to suppress dissent over the iPhone 4 by deleting at least 6 critical forum threads.
A new report from security firm Secunia has found that Apple's products have more vulnerabilities than anyone else.
Well, what a surprise! Consumer Reports says it can no longer recommend Apple's over-hyped iPhone 4 due to a defective antennae.
Apple probably wishes it could go back in time and fix this problem: some customers who bought a Time Capsule, a device that was supposed to provide safe data backup, now find themselves with a 3.5-pound paperweight.
At $1.99, buying an episode of a TV show on iTunes and other digital download sources is pretty cheap, but Apple may be hammering out a way to let consumers view that content even cheaper.
Are you unimpressed with Apple’s overly-hyped and rather restrictive FaceTime feature for the iPhone 4?
NTP Inc, a company that has been labeled a "patent troll," has filed patent infringement lawsuits against Google, Microsoft, Motorola, Apple, HTC, and LG.
Although it promised that a firmware update would solve the so-called "grip of death," Apple has now admitted that the solution is not so simple, and in fact may not even be possible.