Apple is to employ a smaller dock connector in the next version of its popular iPhone, according to sources close to the company.
The International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled on Friday that neither Apple nor Research in Motion infringed Kodak’s patents. Unfortunately, Kodak was not the only victim in this dispute.
It is no secret that Apple is one of key places where former AMD executives and engineers leave for. Over the course of past several years, we've seen quite a fair share of big names landing at the fruity company.
A UK judge has ruled that Apple must run announcements in newspapers, magazines and on its website that Samsung did not, in fact, copy its device design with their Galaxy Tab line of tablets.
A new survey has shown that most people planning on purchasing a new smartphone are likely to purchase an Apple iPhone… as long as they already own an iPhone.
Apple has, after waiting five years, been granted a patent on how lists and documents are displayed in a mobile operating system.
Motorola won a small victory today in Germany where a court ruled that the Motorola Xoom tablet does not infringe on the design of the iPad.
Apple's much-anticipated iPhone 5 will feature a thinner touchscreen, according to sources cited by the Wall Street Journal.
Apple has admitted that it was a mistake to remove its products from the EPEAT green rating system and announced that all eligible Apple products are back on the registry.
Online retailers in China are accepting pre-orders for the unreleased and un-announced iPhone 5, Apple's much-anticipated next smartphone.
Samsung won its latest legal battle with Apple by being, in the words of the judge, “not as cool,” a rare occasion where not being hip might actually be a good thing.
The first malware on Apple's iOS App Store has been detected, marking the latest in a series of security problems for the Cupertino, California-based company.
China Mobile has announced, among plans for the expansion of their 4G network, that Apple will be releasing an iPhone compatible with the new network by 2014.
Bloomberg announced on July 4th that Apple is releasing a smaller and cheaper version of its wildly popular iPad near the end of this year. This rumor, which has been swirling for months is also confirmed by the Wall Street Journal in an article announcing that production has begun on a compact version of the
Kaspersky Lab has discovered a new Mac OS X backdoor being used for an Advanced Persistent Threat campaign, creating further concern about the security of Apple's desktop operating system.
On Saturday the ongoing legal battle over patents between technology giants Apple v Samsung & Google took another step forward as California District Court Judge Lucy Koh refused all of Samsung's pre-trial summary judgement motions against Apple's smart phone patents.
Apple has yet another win under its belt with a pre-trial decision by a US District Court judge that clears Apple of the scrambling technology patent asserted by Samsung.
A study by Goldman Sachs has shown that, not only are iOS users unlikely to switch from Apple's products to a competitor's products, but that they are also extremely valuable to the company, making up nearly half of the company's market cap.
Apple has won a second victory in the space of a week against Android devices today with an American judge granting its request for an injunction against Samsung.
A judge has banned the sale of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the United States, marking the latest victory for Apple in its ongoing dispute with rival tablet manufacturers.