A Texas jury has cleared Apple of infringing five wireless patents originally held by Nokia. The current owner of the patents sued Apple for $100 million.
Reuters reports that Apple is included among the companies in talks with Boeing for an advanced high-throughput communications satellite.
Apple told employees on Monday that it is launching a new volunteer program, encouraging the employees to volunteer in their local communities.
Apple is reportedly in talks with content providers, including CBS, FOX, and Disney (ABC) to launch a subscription-based streaming television service by fall.
A new report says Apple will soon begin a trade-in program for Android phone users, offering gift cards for their old phones to use toward the purchase of an iPhone.
Apple has issued a new beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to developers, just a few days after the last beta release. The update fixes a bug affecting the new 13-inch MacBook Pro with Force Touch.
Apple has reportedly made a move to rid the iTunes Store of “soundalikes,” cover songs that do their best to fool consumers by sounding as much like the hit songs by the original artist as they possibly can.
Apple’s new 12-inch Retina MacBook has caused quite a stir due to its single, multi-purpose USB-C port. In the latest episode of his The Talk Show podcast, John Gruber posits that Apple may have been responsible for the new standard.
This weekend, we explore the lighter side of the Star Wars Universe. Namely, those wacky Stormtroopers! May the Farce be With You!
A new report claims that Apple is using a shell company, SixtyEight Research, located n a small office building in Sunnyvale, California, to work on its secret “Project Titan” electric vehicle project.
‘Becoming Steve Jobs’ Revelations: Tim Cook Offered Steve Jobs a Liver, Jobs Didn’t Want to Build a TV
Sections of the upcoming book, “Becoming Steve Jobs,” were leaked on Thursday via Amazon’s “Look Inside the Book” feature, and it reveals some interesting revelations about the late Apple co-founder’s life.
Apple CEO Tim Cook called into CNBC’s “Mad Money” on Thursday, and spoke to host Jim Cramer about topics ranging from Health and ResearchKit, to Apple Pay, to what the next frontier is for Apple.
Apple kicked off its iOS public beta testing program on Thursday, with the public beta release of iOS 8.3.
Apple released build 14D98g of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to developers on Thursday. The new seed includes new APIs to support the new Force Touch trackpad found on the new 12-inch MacBook and 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
It took less than twenty-four hours for Apple’s new ResearchKit apps to receive thousands of sign-ups. Stanford University’s My Heart Counts app had 11,000 people sign up for the cardiovascular disease-related app.
The new 12-inch Retina MacBook’s design is so radical that it may take some time for Apple users to get used to the design enough to actually buy it, says KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.