Apple has reportedly purchased between 200-300 glass cutting machines. The move is likely connected to its next-gen iPhone, which is rumored to feature a curved cover for its touchscreen display.
Online gaming is bigger than ever thanks to Facebook and mobile devices like Apple's iPhone.
A funny thing has been happening over the last several weeks. Vendors involved in building or designing Android products are now saying they would prefer to deal with Microsoft rather than Google.
Apple sold 16.9 million iPhones during the first quarter of 2011 - effectively more than doubling sales year-on-year.
Cable provider Comcast has just issued a huge update to its Xfinity TV app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
You probably won't be seeing an iPhone with 4G connectivity this year, especially not from Verizon.
Apple has just advertised a new job near Overland Park, Kansas, which just so happens to be the location of Sprint's headquarters.
Apple will reportedly postpone its adoption of near-field communication technology (NFC) until the nascent standard reaches critical mass.
We may see an incrementally upgraded iPhone 4 before Apple stamps the number '5' on a new phone.
What is the first thing you do in the morning? Drink a cup of coffee? Nah, you check Facebook - of course!
Amazon's music streaming service is now available for the iPhone and iPad.
The launch of the white iPhone 4 in China turned into an all-out brawl that left an Apple Store damaged and forced closed for an entire day.
Well, that's tasteful. UK company Goldgenie, which specializes in glueing glittery stuff to standard consumer products, has launched a Royal Wedding iPhone.
A startup company known as Moon Express Inc. has deployed a new app developed by CrowdOptic to give researchers and fanboys an augmented reality experience of shuttle launches.
Someone decided to compare the thickness of the white and black iPhone 4 devices.
The Army is planning to launch its very own version of an apps store where soldiers can download military-specific software for mobile devices.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs says his company "looks forward" to testifying before Congress and other regulatory bodies to clarify how the iPhone collects and stores data.
While the iTunes App Store still dwarfs the Android Market, the latter now has more free apps.
Does a single device have the power to change a gaming ecosystem forever? Well, Angry Birds maker Rovio’s "Mighty Eagle" Peter Vesterbacka believes it does.
Just when you thought the white iPhone 4 would never actually come out, Apple has confirmed its existence.