The FTC says Amazon has been "unjustly enriched" by in-app charges. Amazon, saying it has been responsive and innovative, will defend itself in court.
Is the Chinese government anti-iPhone? Following subsidy cuts, a state-backed television report said an iPhone feature could threaten "state secrets."
The new-gen MDM system, already well into development, will be launched sometime later this quarter.
Apple agreed to reimburse $32.5 million to customers for inadvertent in-app purchases, while nudging the FTC to make Google do the same.
NEWS ANALYSIS: By being perceived as overly extravagant, big IT companies will be the first ones blamed for a new tech bubble burst when it happens.
Monday is said to have been the last day at LVMH for watch specialist Patrick Pruniaux. Soon, he'll join former Burberry and YSL execs at Apple.
T-Mobile says it will now pair prepaid service with the iPhone 5S, and it's made a deal to sell iPads and iPhones with 4G LTE service at Costco.
Google and Microsoft have confirmed new software features that will render stolen devices unusable. Since Apple did the same, iPhone thefts have fallen.
No shortage of loose lips has led to reports saying Apple's iWatch will come in multiple versions, be nearly square and go into production in July.
The new system makes compromises on compute and storage performance, but widens the potential customer base.
Apple has settled an ebook civil-action suit out of court. The deal is contingent, however, on the outcome of an appeal to last July's pricing-fixing ebook suit.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In a bit of tricky timing, Tim Cook is making Apple his own as the business itself reaches a natural moment of transition.
A new study found that while a majority of IT professionals now support Apple, they're not seeing added resources to help with the shift.
Days before Apple introduced HealthKit, Samsung launched developer tools and a $50 million challenge to encourage innovation around wearables.