Cameron Cohen, who created iSketch while recovering from surgery to remove a benign leg tumor in 2009, has come up with another iPhone/iPad app.
I can’t help but wonder if he’ll Google “Zoo Escapes” and then become our new Overlord.
Apple has announced a replacement program for first generation iPod nanos due to a possible safety risk.
Authorities say three people were arrested and more than $250,000 in counterfeit iPhone parts seized in Covina, Walnut and Rowland Heights.
Gov. Jerry Brown has issued a proclamation declaring Sunday as Steve Jobs Day in California.
A faster iPhone with better software and an improved camera went on sale in eight countries on Friday as hundreds of buyers camped out for hours to be among the first to get one.
Apple reports former co-founder, chairman, and CEO Steve Jobs is dead.
Apple Inc. unveiled a new iPhone on Tuesday that is faster and more powerful but stops short of a more radical upgrade. It said Sprint customers will now be able to use one.
LOS ANGELES (CBS News) — Apple’s marketing meisters must be trading high fives today with the iPhone 5 about to make that magical transition from “Everyone’s Favorite Rumor” to the new “it” device of 2011. Earlier […]
Who doesn’t own an iPhone, iPad or iPod? According to recent stock data, Apple not only dominates the electronics market, but the tech giant has surpassed Exxon Mobil as the most valuable company in the U.S.
CBS Local Media announced Thursday that CBS Los Angeles is now available as an App for iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.
Kids want the coolest gear for going back to school. Here’s what should be making it into shopping carts this summer.
Larry Scott was wrapping up a late business lunch at a downtown San Francisco restaurant this week, taking one last sip of coffee, parting ways with a handshake and sliding one booth over to start another meeting with new visitors almost simultaneously.
Apple is selling “unlocked” iPhones in the U.S. for the first time, allowing owners to switch carriers to a limited extent.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs briefly emerged from a medical leave Monday to unveil a storage service that promises to let customers share contacts, calendar events and other data among devices more easily.