Update fixes iPhones and iPads, but even update app compromised
U.S. Postal Service list confirms that Jobs’ face will grace our mail
Dong Nguyen’s mobile app couldn’t have been hotter. It was downloaded more than 50 million times and making $50,000 a day. Then the little-known Vietnamese creator shut the game down, saying, “I just can’t keep it anymore.” What happened?
Problem plagues some iPhone models with iOS 7 installed
High-end computer features all U.S.A made components
Samsung is expected to appeal, and the legal battles will go on.
The September 2012 launch was a disaster, but since then, Apple has cut into Google maps’ domination
New company transparency report reveals additional surveillance requests
Software giant banks on innovations to help it take on regional dominance of Apple and Samsung
The single-story ranch house where the young Steve Jobs built the first Apple computer will be evaluated by the Los Altos Historical Society to determine whether it should become a protected historical site.
Apple may not remain the sole purveyor of gilded phones for long
Despite being among of the first to receive the new Apple models, Chinese netizens still feel cheated over both price and size