Steve Jobs has come out ahead of Nikola Tesla, Isaac Newton and Bill Gates in a list of Engineering Heroes.
Apple is winning the battle for control of the Internet with its app-focused model, according to a leading venture capitalist.
Apple will drop Intel processors from its laptop line-up by 2013, instead using chips based on ARM architecture, according to a report.
Google's Android OS had 35 percent share of the smartphone market for the first quarter of 2011. Nokia had 24 percent of the market and iOS had 19 percent.
The less-than-startling revelation was reportedly made in a conversation between an AT&T representative and a customer.
The white iPhone 4 is not thicker than its black counterpart, as has previously been claimed, according to Consumer Reports.
A lack of UV protection was the reason for the nine-month delay in the launch, according to Apple's senior vice president.
Apple hasn't revealed the exact price it is planning to charge for an annual subscription to the service.
Reports emerged earlier this month that Apple had dropped Sharp as an LCD supplier for the iPhone, instead choosing to invest heavily in a new manufacturing plant with Toshiba.
Amazon points out that Apple's chief executive has used the term 'app stores' in a generic sense.
The company reportedly gave up on its seven-year battle earlier this month.
Homer will say things like: "Make a U-turn," "Ha ha, you've goofed," and, unsurprisingly "D'Oh!".
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is eager to return to work just as soon as he can, according to chief operating officer Tim Cook.
Apple's new $1 billion data center in North Carolina is a power hog, the environmental group charges.
Apple Store employees have reportedly been told that they cannot take any leave between 20 May and 22 May as the chain approaches its 10th anniversary.