Are the hundreds of dollars some families spend year in, year out on new Apple products tantamount to a tax?
The rumor mill is buzzing about what might be next for Apple’s iPhone, and it’s not all stuff we’ve heard before.
It’s a double deal Monday, with Amazon lopping $50 off each of its large-format Kindle HD tablets and Best Buy trimming iPhone prices by $50 as well.
The normally low-key 52-year-old operational wizard, who assumed command of Apple last year following the death of Steve Jobs, has been on something of a publicity tour this week.
A press release gives vague — but official — information about a long-awaited partnership.
While I haven’t run into bugs or visual glitches on my Retina MacBook Pro, I have stumbled on a few quirks as well as at least one conspicuous hangover that altogether render iTunes 11 a less-than-premium experience.
Apple has massively overhauled iTunes. The newest version, iTunes 11, is now available for download.
The social-networking giant plants posters around its campus urging employees to go Android.
Apple’s first dealer shares his 1976 photos of the Apple-1, the company’s first product.
Oprah gave Microsoft Surface some props on Twitter…using an Apple iPad. Awkward.
AC/DC, a longtime iTunes holdout, has decided to join the digital age.