Blackberry was the most powerful smartphone vendor just a short decade ago. Indeed, the corporation managed to translate its massively successful two-way pager business into what was ultimately dubbed the Crackberry, simply because people were so addicted to them.
Apple showcased its revamped iPod lineup this afternoon at the iPhone 5 launch event in San Francisco, California.
AOC has debuted a new and very cool monitor that will work with your PC or Mac - and also includes a docking station for an iPhone or iPod.
As many as a quarter of today's teens could start losing their hearing in their thirties, say Tel Aviv University researchers studying the effects of MP3 players.
Apple has put up a number of teaser pages advertising a "one-day shopping event" on Black Friday.
The creator of the iPod has developed a new must-have gadget, a - wait for it - thermostat.
While many Apple fans are rightly still in mourning mode, there's a momentous occasion worth celebrating today.
Apple has refreshed its iPod lineup, adding new features and pricing to its popular Touch and Nano devices.
Apple CEO and cancer survivor Steve Jobs is not keen on discussing speculation about who will replace him when the inevitable happens.
Apple today announced financial results for its fiscal 2011 third quarter, which ended on June 25.
Although numerous reports suggest Apple is poised to enter the HDTV market, one analyst says such a move isn't necessarily a foregone conclusion.
Sony and Apple have become natural competitors over the years.
It appears Microsoft is pulling the plug on Zune hardware. I actually had a lot of hope for the media player when it was first announced in 2006.
Samsung is reportedly preparing to take on Apple's popular iPod with a tricked-out Android MP3 player.
Does Apple's AirPlay have what it takes to revolutionize the consumer audio industry once again?
Apple has deployed its indigenously designed ARM-based A4 processor in a number of new devices, including the iPad, iPhone 4 and upgraded iPod touch.
A new study has reignited the debate on whether iPods and the like cause hearing loss.
Abbey Berg of New York's Pace University tracked 8,710 girls, whose average age was about 16, for 24 years. She found that during this period, high-frequency hearing loss — a common result of too much noise — nearly doubled, from 10.1 percent in 1985 to 19.2 percent.
Apple is clearly planning something big for September 1st. But what will Steve Jobs unveil during his anticipated keynote address in San Francisco, California?
IPods and MP3 players may be making teenagers deaf, new research suggests.
Apple has patched a serious PDF exploit that affected a number of mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.