CEO Steve Jobs might be on a medical leave of absence from Apple, but he is staying closely involved in everything the company does, a report says.
ENPA calls for 'freedom of choice of payment systems' for digital publications
The iPad will remain the dominant tablet device until 2015 at least, according to iSuppli.
A full-body scanner in Ben-Gurion International Airport has made some interesting discoveries since it was installed in October 2010.
Patrick Lo severely had criticized Apple for pushing "closed" platforms and the company's dominance of the digital music ecosystem.
Patrick Lo, the chairman and CEO of networking firm Netgear has attacked Apple and Steve Jobs in an extraordinary interview.
With the help of the iPad, Apple slides ahead of Dell into the number three spot, according to the latest sales figures.
After a number of delays, News Corp's iPad-only digital 'newspaper' looks set to launch in the next couple of weeks.
The mobile application market will hit new heights in 2011, generating around $15bn (£9.5bn), according to analyst firm Gartner.
Toshiba has taken a cheeky swipe at the iPad's lack of support for Flash on a teaser website for its forthcoming Android tablet.
Apple has come under fire in China, accused of not doing enough to ensure environmental and safety standards in its supply chain.
More evidence that Apple is planning to launch the iPad 2 in April, at least in the US market, has emerged
Apple's iPad will drive growth of the Web-connected 'lite' tablet sector for the foreseeable future, analyst firm Ovum has argued.
The vast majority of iPad owners are happy to watch advertising to gain access to content rather than pay, a study has found.
You won't be able to by an Xserve after the end of January and according to speculation other professional-oriented Apple products could also soon be consigned