It’s an unsettling time for investors in Apple stock, as the price continues to dip – a trend that’s lasted for several weeks now. Today, the stock sunk to a new 10-month low, dipping below $525 per share. The market cap has also dipped below $500 billion for the first time in months.
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Video fans rejoice! The popular video player app VLC could possibly make a return to the App Store, as the developers have changed the majority of software modules using software licenses, thus resolving the main issue that caused it to be pulled.
Here’s a statement you can add to the ‘Ballmer WTF!?’ category. He claimed that the iPhone is highly priced and controlled and that Android is wild in an interview with with LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman.
Tuesday it was announced that Apple has taken control of 1,024 patents and patent applications from the Rockstar Consortium, a patent bidding group led by Apple that won an auction for numerous Nortel patents in 2011.
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Attention rich arabs, russian oligarchs and rich chinese. This is the gadget you should be spending your money on. Not the new iPad mini. Why bother with that tablet made out of rubbish and cheap materials when you can get one coated in gold for only several times the price? Bargain.
In an order handed down on Thursday, U.S. Judge Paul S. Grewal granted requests from both Apple and Samsung to add additional products, such as the flagship Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple iPhone 5 handsets, to their patent dispute which is scheduled to begin hearings in 2014.
Following yesterday’s report that Apple is in talks with cable companies over a new Apple TV product, today AllThingsD backs up that report, confirming that Apple is indeed in talks with cable companies.
Apple co-founder, and budding video game action star Steve Wozniak is known for speaking his mind about the company he and Steve Jobs co-founded oh, so many years ago.
Nintendo has released its first paid iOS app today, a universal edition of its Pokédex app, previously available only on the Nintendo 3DS.
As word comes this morning that the big three carriers will begin selling the LTE iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad to their customers today, AT&T would also like you to know they’ve expanded their 4G LTE coverage to 24 new markets
There’s been a great deal of chatter about a new native Google Maps app for iOS. According to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, Google is now putting the finishing touches on their native iOS app, and has begin testing it with individuals outside the company.
Apple’s major carrier partners, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint have all announced they will officially begin sales of the LTE capable versions of the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad to their U.S. customers today.
In one of those “WTF?” moments you see in the App Store from time to time, Apple is reportedly telling developers of certain game titles to change the names of their apps, or risk removal from the App Store.
Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin today discussed his upcoming movie based on the Official Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson.
Stan Lee, the legend behind Spiderman, Hulk and the X-Men and many more has finally put his name to an iOS app. In Verticus, you take on the role of an extreme skydiver (or coredive) with a cool suit who needs to get to the Earth’s core to reach a bomb and prevent everything from blowing up.