Samsung has revealed plans to investigate all of its suppliers in China over allegations of labour violations, a problem that has plagued many top technology firms in recent years.
J osh Begley, a graduate student from New York has developed an app that can alert iPhone users to US military drone strikes, but says that Apple has repeatedly declined efforts to get it into the App Store.
Google chief executive Larry Page and Apple CEO Tim Cook have been conducting behind-the-scenes talks about a range of intellectual property matters, including the mobile patent disputes between the companies, according to sources close to them.
HTC's chairperson said that the company has no intention of settling with Apple, according to Asia-based reports.
Apple is seeking to immediately capitalise on its US court victory by filing for a sales ban on eight smartphones made by rival Samsung.
Apple has won a jury verdict of more than USD$1 billion against Samsung after a finding that Samsung infringed six of seven patents for mobile devices in the first lawsuit to go before a US jury in a fight for dominance of the global smartphone market.
The bitter legal dispute between Apple and Samsung has backfired for both companies as South Korea bans a number of their products for patent infringement.
Stockholm production company Day4 fooled portions of the tech world last week into believing that Apple was working on an odd-shaped screw – an effort to show how quickly people are to believe anything they find online.
The trial of five people has begun in China over an incident where a student sold his kidney to buy an iPad and iPhone.
Apple has announced that it will be dropping Google's YouTube app from the next version of its iOS software, which runs on iPhone and iPad devices, marking the latest act in a bitter dispute over smartphone and tablet market dominance.
At the first day of Siggraph 2012, which is taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Khronos group announced the new iterations of OpenGL API for conventional computers and consoles (OpenGL), as well as mobile devices (OpenGL ES).
If ever there was a sign that you should make regular local backups, this must be it.
Samsung has announced that it will unveil its next Galaxy Note smartphone at an event towards the end of the month, pre-empting Apple's expected release of the iPhone 5 a month or two later.
The main lawyer for Samsung has released a statement defending the public release of evidence that the judge refused to admit in court.
Apple is again embroiled in a patent battle after a Taiwanese university sued it over the alleged infringement of two of its speech recognition patents.
Apple has sold three million copies of OS X Mountain Lion, the latest release of the Mac operating system, in just four days.
Apple's sales in the Chinese market have fallen, according to their financial report for their third quarter of this fiscal year. This drop can be attributed to increased competition as well as anticipation for the iPhone 5.
Apple and Samsung, days before the start of their trial in San Jose, are seeking to have certain documents kept secret from the public, arguing that the confidential information contained in them would be harmful to them and their industry if they were made public.
Samsung has disabled an advanced search feature on its Galaxy S3 smartphone in order to avoid infringing a search patent owned by Apple.
Security researchers have discovered a new Mac trojan capable of installing itself without the need for admin permissions or even the user's password.