In a recent customer satisfaction survey, Apple has once again been named as the top computer and electronic retailer. It had the second highest score overall, coming in behind online leader Amazon.
There’s a new phishing scheme going around targeting owners of new Apple gear, just in time to take advantage of people who got an Apple device for the holidays.
IBM Benchmark has released their initial online retail sales numbers for Christmas day, and you might be surprised at just how big of a bite mobile devices took this year.
There’s a fascinating new Google TV app in the Android market called Airtight, which brings limited AirPlay features to Google TVs, allowing users to steam movies to the unit from their iOS device.
After a burglar nabbed all of their holiday gifts last week, a San Diego family was able to have an enjoyable holiday after all, thanks to Apple’s Find My iPad service.
If you gave, received, or purchased an app on a smartphone this holiday season, then you contributed to what Flurry Analytics reports is the largest day ever for both smartphone activations and app purchases!
Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn is planning to invest $1.1 billion to double the size of their Chinese iPhone production factory, making it the largest iPhone plant in the world.
While supposed iPad 3 parts have popped up in the past, 9to5Mac posts a new piece to the puzzle, claiming to have images of the iPad 3′s home buttons, which feature a number of difference compared to the iPad 2.
A new report from BRG claims that Apple will be releasing a redesigned iPhone 5 in Fall of 2012. The device will reportedly feature an aluminum back surrounded by a rubberized plastic bezel.
An untethered jailbreak has finally been released by notably jailbreak hacker pod2g for iOS 5.0.1, and can jailbreak all current devices except for the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2.
Apple suppliers are working to prepare components for Apple’s fabled HDTV early next year, with Apple expecting to launch the product in 32 and 37-inch sizes in Summer or Fall of 2012.
We’ll file this story under “DUH!” Apple iOS and Android devices were popular gifts worldwide during the holiday weekend, as the number of new devices seen by Localytics was over 12 times higher than previous weekends.
Notable iOS hacker and jailbreak developer Grant Paul (chpwn) announced on his blog this morning that he has released a new utility called Spire – a free and legal Siri port for the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPod touch.
Italy’s ‘antitrust authority’ Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato (AGCM) has fined Apple €900,000 ($1.2 million) after it was found to be misleading consumers on assistance services and warranties.
Intel has notified its partners that it will fully release its Thunderbolt technology in April 2012. Several PC makers are preparing to launch Thunderbolt-supported motherboards, notebooks, and desktop PCs.
Apple has launched a new website dedicated to iTunes Match, offering a video walkthrough of the service, a FAQ page, and more general information on the service, who can sign up, and how to subscribe.