Pranksters place Windows logo on Apple store under construction in Germany.
A wireless sync statement on iTunes hints of a new way to download apps and tunes may be coming in an iOS update.
Several popular video game emulators were bounced without warning from the Android Market.
Apple's patent lawsuit seeking Samsung's next product plans is met with a similar request.
Pilots will consult digital flight, system, and performance manuals and have easy access to reference cards and other materials.
Convenient, maybe, but worries inclue security, access, participation by merchants and -- oh, yeah -- trust.
Research released two weeks ago raised issues of conditions in electronics factories that may have contributed to last week's explosion and deaths at iPad assembly site.
Exec says it's "logical" Verizon will offer "mega-plans" for sharing service among devices.
Guinness compares the iPhone 4's numbers to that of the PSP, which sold 200,000 units at launch in 2005.
As PR agency Burson-Marsteller scrambles to explain its action, more PR missteps occur.
The New Yorker is expected to be the first in-app publication to be offered as more than a single issue sale.
Buyer reports a scuffle resulted from people cutting into the long lines for the popular and scarce tablet.
Violence breaks out at a Beijing, China Apple retails store as customers fight to buy the iPad 2, according to reports.
Representatives of Google and Apple will answer to a Senate committee on their mobile device tracking practices.
Ties to MobileMe suggest "Castle" will be much more than Apple's online music service, storing a variety of your digital stuff.