Although Android and iOS still dominate the smartphone operating system market, Windows Phone leapfrogged into the top three for the first time.
Mobile UI design becomes a hot topic amid reports that Apple is taking a similar approach to Microsoft when it comes to aesthetics.
Google's cool Now app has arrived for iOS after only being available for Android since its introduction in June 2012.
Laptop shoppers looking for a rock-solid Windows machine may want to make a stop at the nearest Apple Store.
Apple's revenue for the second quarter increased 11 percent to $43.6 billion, sparked by sales of 37.4 million iPhones and 19.5 million iPads.
Apple, like other major brands, has shown likely a mix of compassion and business acumen in its donation to Chinese earthquake victims.
Twitter #Music makes it easy to discover new music to download from iTunes—which is what Apple's rumored "iRadio" is supposed to do.
Apple is slowly losing music share as streaming services—found to encourage downloads—increase. Thus the rumors of a pending "iRadio."
Apple has a deal with Google, and Yahoo has one with Microsoft. But that isn't stopping them from wondering how they might still work together.
Apple's latest patent suggests it has no shortage of ideas about how smartphones might evolve beyond flat rectangles.
AT&T will sell the Galaxy S 4 for $249 with a two-year contract. T-Mobile is offering it without a contract for $99 down.
Apple, going after the growing indoor-mapping market, has purchased WiFiSLAM, a solution created by a former Google intern.
Apple is patenting technology to protect iPhones during a fall. It would do nothing, however, to protect them from the tough treatment of rivals.
Apple's subsidy and marketing policies regarding the iPhone and iPad have caused carriers to informally complain to the EC.