New corporate tax measure in the UK, aimed at companies that make profits in the UK and then shift them overseas to avoid higher UK taxes, could impact companies such as Apple, Google, and Amazon.
Apple’s appeal for the Australian trademark for the name “App Store” was denied by a court on Wednesday. Apple was seeking a reversal of an earlier ruling that found “app store” wasn’t available for trademark, because the term is too descriptive.
The decade-old class-action lawsuit brought against Apple by iPod owners angry that they were locked into the iTunes ecosystem is finally underway in a California courtroom, and emails between Apple executives, and a videotaped deposition of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs are the focus of the early proceedings.
Apple CEO Tim Cook met with at least one U.S. senator during his trip to Washington D.C. earlier this week. The Hill reports Cook had a chat with Utah Senator Orrin Hatch, the chairman of the Senate Republican High-Tech Task Force.
iOS users may finally see Mozilla’s Firefox browser come to their favorite devices, as TechCrunch reports that a Mozilla manager has admitted the company will be bringing the venerable browser to the iOS platform.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has officially announced that it has put an end to the $1.3 billion initiative that would have given an iPad to every student in the LAUSD system.
A report today says Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is set to co-star in a television reality show with former Mythbuster Kari Byron as his co-host. Gizmodo reports the show will focus on gadgetry and future tech.
The Apple TV is beginning to show its age, and the effects of a lack of any significant upgrades in recent years, as it continues to lose ground in the battle for set-top box supremacy.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and (RED) leader Deborah Dugan dropped in for an impromptu visit at the Washington D.C. Apple Store in Georgetown on Monday to show support for World AIDS Day.
Although Apple retail partner RadioShack is once again offering the new iPhone this holiday season, actually finding one on one of the retailer’s shelves is turning out to be a bit of a scavenger hunt.
Sprint will reportedly unveil an aggressive new price promotion today, aimed to lure Verizon and AT&T customers to Sprint. The company claims they will cut the monthly bills of defectors by half.
YouTube channel Canoopsy has put together a video that does a great job showing exactly what an iPad Pro with a 12.2-inch screen would be like.
A new app allows you to unlock you Mac using your iPhone 5s, 6, or 6 Plus Touch ID fingerprint sensor. The new app, called FingerKey, allows you to login to your Mac without typing in your password each time.
Testimony from late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is likely to play a major part, as an antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple in 2005 finally goes to trial. The trial is over Apple’s since abandoned digital right management protection on music sold in the iTunes Store.
Didn’t find what you wanted during the whole Black Friday hullaballoo? Well don’t lose hope Apple shoppers, as MacMall has some great deals on Macs, iPads, and more during their Cyber Monday Sale! (Where’s the echo button on this thing?)
IBM reports online sales were up 17% over the Black Friday weekend, with mobile traffic accounting for 51.2 percent of all online traffic. Apple’s iOS platform lead the way, as mobile sales accounted for 28.9% of all online sales over the four-day weekend.