Apple iPhone users worried that their jailbreaking ways will be punished by Steve Jobs and friends are being teased with an April Fools Day special offer by gadget teardown specialist iFixit: an iPhone 4 Oppression Kit.
Expect to pay much more than Apple's $1,600 price for a scalped WWDC ticket on e-commerce sites.
Indications suggest Apple will update its iOS simultaneous with releasing the next model of iPhone.
Verizon, which began selling the Apple iPhone 4 in the U.S. on Feb. 10, has already grabbed as much as 12.7 percent of the U.S. iPhone market.
Apple, which was to have released the iPad 2 in a couple dozen other countries outside the United States next week, has delayed the tablet's release in Japan.
An Apple senior VP has confirmed that the company will have a white iPhone out this spring, but it's still a mystery as to whether it will be an iPhone 4 or an iPhone 5.
Don't take it apart, or risk cracked glass, say the first tinkerers of the updated iPad.
Just because you send an email anonymously doesn't mean people can't figure out who you are anymore.
Google's Android mobile OS surpassed RIM's BlackBerry OS globally and in the United States for the first time last month.
RIM has been talking up its PlayBook tablet for months, but has been coy about when the latest Apple iPad killer will ship and what it will cost.
Just when you thought billionaire 20-something Mark Zuckerberg couldn't possibly get any more exposure, a new comic book has hit store shelves telling the real story of the Facebook founder's rise to glory.
But it's unclear whether the effect of holding a cellphone to your ear for a sustained period of time is negative, positive or neutral.
As Cisco Systems looks beyond its switching and routing gear, it's named a new chief operating officer.
Two Dell employees last week put the maxim "There's no such thing as bad publicity" to the test after a hostage-themed marketing stunt focused on the Dell Streak tablet went about as badly as you'd expect.