In what's clearly been a busy weekend for hackers, reports are appearing that there has been suspicious activity over at the iTunes App Store.
A Missouri Best Buy employee has been suspended and is expected to be fired because of a video he posted to Youtube mocking iPhone fans.
Apple has issued an official statement rebuffing claims that its popular iPhone 4 shipped with a faulty antenna design.
The US mobile market is experiencing a seismic shift towards higher-end phones, with at least 50% of all handsets expected to be classified as smartphones by 2011.
If you're waiting for a Mac that will come with a Blu-ray Disc drive, you may want to give up. Steve Jobs says the high-capacity format will quickly become useless.
The iPhone 4 was released into the wild, only to find itself amidst a host of avid fans and critics. Maybe it doesn't matter that it had problems. Maybe that's part of the plan.
Steve Jobs is known for being a prolific emailer, but it seems he's not quite as prolific as some people have been making out.
Is Apple's heavy-handed Flash ban and insistence on maintaining a notoriously closed ecosystem helping to accelerate Android adoption?
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has reportedly told an agitated iPhone 4 owner to stop worrying about poor reception and "relax."
Despite Apple's strong attempts to just sweep this issue under the rug, a handful of class-action lawsuits have already been filed over the widely publicized iPhone 4 reception issues.
Spare a thought for the other victims of the iPhone 4 antenna scandal - the company's employees. After all, they're the ones who are going to have to deal with you when you go storming in with your newly-legal handgun.
Apple has reportedly instructed its representatives to avoid "appeasing" frustrated customers with free bumpers.
Verizon is reportedly poised to unceremoniously end AT&T's controversial and oft-criticized iPhone monopoly.
Hulu is now offering a paid subscription service that streams 720p video content across various devices, including televisions, computers and smartphones.
Apple's difficulty in satisfying the massive demand for its iPhone 4 has reportedly prompted frustrated consumers to consider purchasing alternative smartphone models.
They don't hang about these lawyers, not when there's money in the offing, and a California law firm is already looking for distraught iPhone 4 buyers.
The metal and gadgetry that holds everything together in the iPhone 4 costs $187.51, roughly $20 more than the components of an iPhone 3GS.
Apple releases phone troubleshooting manuals online. IT managers clamber for iPhones to save tech support jobs.
Hi-tech companies could be forced to admit whether they're buying minerals that fuel violence in Congo.
If comments posted on Apple's official forums are anything to go by, there may be a firmware update to the new iPhone OS platform as early as next week and it expected to target the issue of customers losing reception just from touching the edge of their phone.