Android. iPhone. Internets. Get off my monopolistic lawn, you damn kids!
Can Google's Android strategy be compared to Microsoft's tactical offensive against Apple in the late 1980s?
Apple is reportedly prepping a next-gen TV which will be "based directly" on the iPhone 4 and carry a $99 price tag.
It didn't quite match the iPad's US launch, but hundreds of people waited outside Apple's London store all night to snap up one of the devices when it opened at 8.00 this morning.
AT&T made a quick blurb today that year-to-date sales of the iPhone have been more heavily concentrated with business customers than has been typical with the consumer-oriented device.
A number of Hollywood heavyweights - including Time Warner and NBC - have snubbed Steve Jobs and his "magical" iPad by adamantly refusing to abandon Flash.
A security researcher has claimed that Apple's iPhone fails to adequately protect user data from unauthorized access.
Apple has now become the most valuable technology company in the world, after end-of-day trading brought the company's market cap to $22.1 billion.
Has the recent tablet craze sentenced the humble netbook to an untimely death?
Apple has expressed concern over a number of recent suicides at Foxconn's southern China factory.
Dell just announced their Streak Smartphone/Tablet and, as I wrote before, I’ve been using an early prototype since the beginning of the year.
The Justice Department is looking at Apple's iTunes business, according to the New York Times.
Hipsters in mass suicide pact upon realization that Apple products will be used by people wearing sweats and shopping at, uhm, Walmart.
The undisputed success of Apple and Google in the portable device market has apparently prompted Microsoft to plan "major organizational changes" in the division responsible for Windows Phone, Zune HD and the Xbox 360.
Strike! The Bronx Bombers have decided to ban the wildly popular Apple iPad from Yankee Stadium.
After Google’s successful I/O show last week new voices claim it as the new anti-Apple or a new Microsoft.
Most retailers cheer at the sight of cash for purchases, because they don't have to pay any of the fees associated with a credit card transaction. But apparently US currency just wasn't good enough for Apple, until recently.
Eken has debuted an Android-based tablet that is powered by a 600 MHz Rockchip 2808A processor, 128MB of RAM and a 8-inch TFT touch-screen (800 x 480).
It's an iconic scene: Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker's character in Sex and the City, sitting at her Mac computer and typing away her daily insights. Well, guess what? That Mac is now a PC.
Steve Jobs can't innovate everything. Okay, maybe he can, but that would make him a deity. Only Oprah has that kind of power.