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.
I start crowding, so clearly reading over his shoulder, I can’t believe he hasn’t told me to back off.
Apple says CEO Steve Jobs, who is on medical leave, will deliver the keynote speech at next week’s Apple conference.
Thieves stole 47 laptop computers from an elementary school in southeast Los Angeles County.
Apple is updating the iPhone to reduce the amount of time the device stores information about its users’ whereabouts.
Apple is upgrading its iMac line of desktop computers with faster processors, higher-resolution cameras and a new type of data port.
Apple says the long-delayed white iPhone 4 will go on sale Thursday in the United States, United Kingdom and 26 other countries for $199 or $299 depending on the model.
Apple says the idea that iPhones store their users’ locations is based on a misunderstanding of how the phones help determine where they are.
Privacy watchdogs are demanding answers from Apple about why iPhones and iPads are collecting location data about their users.
Verizon Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo says the next Verizon iPhone model will work on overseas networks.
Nokia is suing Apple in the United States for allegedly infringing patents in its mobile phones, portable music players, tablets and computers, the Finnish company said Tuesday.
Apple has removed a controversial iPhone application, intended to help gay people become heterosexual, from its App Store after thousand of people signed an online petition, according to a report by 1010 WINS.
Amazon.com Inc. is getting into the app-selling arena by opening an online store to distribute software for smartphones and tablet computers running Google Inc.’s Android operating system.
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After customers complained that their kids were racking up hundreds of dollars worth of purchases inside iPhone and iPad games, Apple has changed how these purchases are authorized.