The top court of the European Union has ruled that ebook are ‘services,’ not books, and that European countries are not allowed to apply the same favorable tax treatment as paper books.
Although some rumors have indicated Apple’s expected 12-inch Retina MacBook Air might see a debut during Apple’s March 9 media event, The Wall Street Journal indicates the new ultra-slim won’t ship until the second quarter of the year.
German car maker BMW has denied earlier reports that its discussions with Apple concerned the development of an electric car.
The International Business Times and CNBC report HBO and Apple are in talks that would being HBO to the Apple TV as a stand alone $15 per month streaming package.
A new report says Apple’s “iPhone 6s” will likely boast 2GB of RAM, and will possibly include a pre-installed Apple SIM, allowing users to select a carrier on their own, right out of the box.
Apple informed a Massachusetts judge on Tuesday that it is in discussions with A123 Systems to settle a lawsuit out of court which alleges Apple poached key engineers from the battery maker for a secret internal project of its own.
A major security flaw, dubbed “FREAK,” has been discovered by researchers in some software, including Apple’s Safari and Google’s Android AOSP browsers, that leaves many devices vulnerable to hacking attempts.
It’s not bad enough that you may get your iPhone or iPad stolen, now you may have to deal with those same crooks trying to trick you into helping them unlock the stolen device!
“Becoming Steve Jobs: The Evolution of a Reckless Upstart into a Visionary Leader,” an upcoming biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, promises to provide an inside look at the late Apple CEO.
“Cheap Androids to the left of me, Apple to the right, Here I am, stuck in the middle with you.” Samsung must be feeling like Stealer’s Wheel lately, as they’re feeling the squeeze from Apple’s premium iPhone offerings on one side, and numerous cheap Android offerings on the other.
The anti-poaching class-action lawsuit against Apple, Google, and other tech companies may be drawing to a close, as U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has raised no objections to a $415 million settlement in the case.
If you’ve been chomping at the bit to try out Apple’s new Photos for OS X app out, but you aren’t a developer, today is your lucky day, as Apple has released a beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to the public, including the Photos app.
Apple continues to rapidly expand its retail presence in China, as the company has announced the opening of their next Chinese store Chongqing’s MixC mall on Saturday, March 7.
A report from Saturday indicates that while Apple’s next-generation iPhones may adopt features from other Apple products, such as the Apple Watch’s dynamic Force Touch input system, it won’t include a much-rumored dual-lens camera.
While rumors fly in the United States about Apple’s possible entry into car manufacturing, the company has officially added vehicles to its Swiss corporate documents describing the company’s activities.
Central City Police Department crime scene investigator Barry Allen, AKA The Flash speeds to the screen of your iPhone 6 Plus!