Apple has blamed Australian record labels, films studios and TV networks for the significantly higher prices in the country for digital downloads compared to the US.
Celebrities in China have been accused of participating in an organised campaign criticising Apple for allegedly failing to replace broken iPhones in the country.
Scientists have turned an Apple iPhone into a microscope for detecting intestinal worm infections, highlighting the potential of everyday technology for medical uses.
The vice president for the not-for-profit Mozilla organization recently said that there are no plans in the works to create a Firefox browser for iOS devices. The announcement came by way of the SXSW Interactive conference
Blackberry fans, if you are on the Sprint network take note that Sprint will not be offering the Z10 in their lineup of Blackberry smartphones but only the Q10 model.
Apple fanboys may have to wait three years before they can get their hands on the much-rumoured iWatch, according to a glass manufacturing firm believed to be working on the device.
Apple has agreed to pay compensation to parents in the US over in-app purchases made by children without their permission.
Mozilla will be introducing their operating system for smart phones this July. Firefox OS equipped smartphones will be the first built entirely to open Web standards, allowing for HTML5 application development.
Microsoft was recently added to the list in a recent string of high profile cyber-attacks. Rogue hackers have also capitalized on Mandiant’s report alleging that the Chinese are playing a major role in U.S. computer network infiltration.
When it comes to complex business relationships, there are no better poster children than Apple and Samsung. Now Samsung wants to up the ante in their ongoing rivalry with a massive building expansion right in Apple's Silicon Valley backyard.
Researchers are looking a new micro size nanosensor that would float around in our bloodstream monitoring our heart health. This device would warn patients by sending a message directly to their smartphone.
Apple's next device, the iWatch, could be powered by movements of the wrist, according to a patent filing published today.
Researchers from Oxford University just successfully tested their own self-driving car on U.K. highways. Very similar to Google’s cars, the 'Robotcar' can brake, accelerate and navigate on familiar roads with accurate precision.
It seems that tech companies opening up their own retail stores is a growing trend, a profitable trend first started by Apple and then followed by Microsoft. Following that trend, according to rumors out today, Google is said to be considering opening some of their own.
The smartphone market might be booming, but overall mobile phone sales across the world were down 1.7 percent in 2012 as demand for feature phones continues to weaken, according to market research firm Gartner.
According to people with inside knowledge of Apple's plans, the iWatch is a very real thing and has a development team of 100 people working on it as we speak.
Apple is updating its MacBook Pro with Retina display range with faster processors, while also cutting the prices.
Mobile carrier Vodafone has issued a statement warning iPhone 4S users not to update to the latest version of iOS released by Apple, which it said causes significant 3G performance issues.
This week alone, approximately 7 million iPhones and iPad users have used a new hacking app called ‘evasi0n’. Evasi0n allows one to jailbreak an iPhone or iPad quite easily and in just a few minutes time.
Did the tablets mature from a consumer fad to a serious device that can be used for serious purposes, even when small in size? Here’s a look at one of the most popular new entries, Apple iPad mini.