By lowering the price of the iPad 2 when it released the newest iPad, Apple created a flurry of deals from other tablet makers scrambling to keep up.
Apple historically has fought iPhone jailbreaking by warning customers that their device warranties will be voided if they muck around with the innards of their Apple products. Now Apple appears to be taking its disapproval of jailbreaking one step further by censoring at least some references to "jailbreak" in its U.S. iTunes store.
AT&T Labs and Carnegie Mellon University researchers have developed a vibrating steering wheel that they say can help drivers keep their eyes on the road and off of distracting GPS screens.
Thirty-plus Internet pioneers, innovators and "global connectors" -- yes, even including Al Gore -- have been inducted into the first class of the Internet Hall...
Scott Borg say his organization has sometimes been off on its predictions because cybercrime trends have taken longer to emerge than expected.
The so-called Nobel Prize for computing goes to a longtime UCLA professor whose work on artificial intelligence laid the foundation for such inventions as the iPhone's Siri speech recognition and driverless cars.
A Verizon Wireless executive has told Dow Jones Newswires that the carrier plans a huge expansion of its 4G LTE wireless network this year and plans only to roll...
Apple hasn't even announced its next tablet, but reports already suggest initial shipments will be low because of a shortage of retina displays.
News reports out of Charlotte, N.C., indicate a "known suspect" swiped 25 iPhones from an Apple Store at Northlake Mall between Dec. 1 and Jan. 11.
A Georgia Tech researcher's deep dive into some half a million Enron emails could some day result in smarter messaging software.
President Obama has shared his 2012 campaign playlist over Spotify.
Amazon has released a new advertisement that takes a shot at the price of Apple's iPad, emphasizing the lower cost of the Kindle e-reader and Android-based Kindle Fire tablet computer.
Apple's concern is that app developers are paying companies to use bots to artificially boost apps into Apple's App Store Top 25 charts.
Some days there seems to be more Steve Jobs news than ever before, with memories and marketing schemes continuing to influence Apple and others.
Motorola and Woot admit that some refurbished Xoom tablets may have been sold with ex-owners' sensitive data still on them.