Waiting for Word, Excel and PowerPoint on your iPhone or iPad? Steve Ballmer says you don't need it.
Apple's MacBook Air is set to take 39% of the slim notebook market in 2012, but will slip to 28% in 2013 as ultrabook sales rise.
On the anniversary of Steve Jobs' resignation we evaluate how his successor and the company are doing.
Judge Koh rules that Samsung didn't make it clear in the preliminary injunction stage that the company wanted to cite the prop as evidence against Apple's patent.
A rare slip in financial returns reveals Apple makes an 58 percent profit from sales of the iPhone, hitting results dramatically when sales slide a bit.
The competitor suggests that many popular technologies should be considered "de facto standards" to avoid patent fights.
Apple is reportedly cracking down on a hack that lets iOS users trick the App Store into giving them in-app purchases for free with an attempt to more easily identify users and devices involved with the exploit.
Gartner's research suggests only Apple is increasing its market share in the PC market, but other trend-watchers say all worldwide shipments are down.
After a legal dispute delays Apple selling its newest iPad in China, the device may not be as successful as earlier versions.
About 150 million counterfeit mobile phones are expected to ship in 2013 -- accounting for 14% of the handset market in Asia Pacific.
The builders are at Jobs' Palo Alto home, but what of the Woodside Jackling house.
After soaring past its own sales records with each update to the iPhone, Apple may find the upcoming competition tougher, analysts say.
The company's new Nexus Q is "Designed and Manufactured in the USA" according to the inscription on the device.
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