Apple has filed a legal brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to not send a patent suit between it and Samsung back to a lower court for further proceedings.
Microsoft has announced it will be laying off an additional 2,850 employees. That’s on top of the 1,850 layoffs it announced in May.
The latest update to the Nest iPhone app adds Apple Watch support, so you never again have to exert yourself by reaching in your pocket for your iPhone.
Apple has launched a Spanish-language App Store Twitter feed, as it extends its marketing to non-English speaker patrons.
Apple is readying a bond sale for U.S. debt capital markets, its third such sale this year. the company plans to use the bond sale to finance its stock buyback program.
Apple has selected hover boarding robots game “Power Hover” as the App Store Free App of the Week.
Apple on Thursday updated iMovie for iOS, bringing the easy-to-use video editing app up to version 2.2.3. Projects are now easier to start and share.
Apple has confirmed its plans to open an Apple Store in the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.
Apple’s “hard-nosed” approach to negotiations are proving to be a stumbling block in negotiations with television content providers.
Apple’s head marketer, Phil Schiller, has been named to the board of directors of DNA sequencing and array-based technologies company Illumina
Apple on Wednesday announced it had officially sold the one billionth iPhone. Company CEO Tim Cook announced the milestone at a morning employee meeting in Cupertino.
Apple Maps will now offer additional information about parking lots and garages via the Parkopedia database. The new information will include pricing, real-time parking spot availability, and the hours of operation.
It’s that time of the month. No, not bath time, it’s time to check out what Netflix will giveth, and what Netflix taketh away for the month of August 2016.
Acrosync LLC has released Duplicacy 1.0, their next-generation cross-platform cloud backup tool for Mac OS X.
Microsoft has debuted a new camera app for iOS devices called “Microsoft Pix,” that claims to produce better photos than the stock Photo app, by using artificial intelligence.
During Tuesday’s fiscal Q3 2016 earnings conference call, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared some encouraging news about Apple Pay, the company’s contactless payments system.