A new memo by UBS analysts says Google could lose billions in revenue if Apple decides against renewing their deal making Google the default search engine in iOS.
“Cheap Androids to the left of me, Apple to the right, Here I am, stuck in the middle with you.” Samsung must be feeling like Stealer’s Wheel lately, as they’re feeling the squeeze from Apple’s premium iPhone offerings on one side, and numerous cheap Android offerings on the other.
The anti-poaching class-action lawsuit against Apple, Google, and other tech companies may be drawing to a close, as U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has raised no objections to a $415 million settlement in the case.
If you’ve been chomping at the bit to try out Apple’s new Photos for OS X app out, but you aren’t a developer, today is your lucky day, as Apple has released a beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to the public, including the Photos app.
Apple continues to rapidly expand its retail presence in China, as the company has announced the opening of their next Chinese store Chongqing’s MixC mall on Saturday, March 7.
A report from Saturday indicates that while Apple’s next-generation iPhones may adopt features from other Apple products, such as the Apple Watch’s dynamic Force Touch input system, it won’t include a much-rumored dual-lens camera.
While rumors fly in the United States about Apple’s possible entry into car manufacturing, the company has officially added vehicles to its Swiss corporate documents describing the company’s activities.
Apple was recently awarded a patent that could make it even tougher for iPhone or iPad thieves to make a clean getaway.
Apple CEO Tim Cook made a surprise visit to London’s Covent Garden Apple Store, and sat for a talk about the company’s upcoming Apple Watch.
Texas patent holding firm Smartflash LLC, fresh off a $532.9 million court victory against Apple, is once more suing the iPhone maker, attempting to get another payday for the same patents’ use in devices that debuted after the original case was underway.
Swedish networking company Ericsson says they’re suing Apple, following the breakdown of negotiations for a licensing deal for its patented LTE technologies. The Wall Street Journal says Ericsson is suing Apple for infringing 41 wireless-related patents.
Apple’s iCloud.com website has been updated to make its iWork for iCloud suite of productivity apps open to all users, even to those without an Apple device.
Apple has sent out invitations to numerous media outlets for a “Spring Forward” media event to be held on Monday, March 9th. It’s expected Apple will use the event to promote the Apple Watch ahead of its scheduled April debut.
In the wake of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s visit to Israel on Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reports the company’s increasing interest in the country is connected to chip design and development.
China has reportedly removed Apple and a number of other U.S. tech firms from their approved state purchase lists, replacing them with local vendors.
Apple throws the spotlight on the upcoming romantic comedy “Focus,” starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, providing a behind the scenes look at how Final Cut Pro X was used to produce the film.