If you think iPhones and iPads are hard to support in the enterprise, just wait for the rush of Android devices that could blindside CIOs.
Tired of lugging your laptop on business trips? Imagine leaving your clunky laptop at home and getting virtually all of your work done on a slim iPad. Yes, it's possible.
Last summer, KLA-Tencor, a Silicon Valley semiconductor equipment maker, rebounded from the market doldrums to post annual revenues of $1.8 billion. The happy CEO surprised the company's 5,400 employees by telling them that they would each be rewarded with a shiny, new iPad.
Mobile apps are maturing quickly as developers get more sophisticated, take dead aim at tablets, and find new ways of making money, says a new survey.
Apple's new "Pentalobular" screw for iPhone 4s, MacBook Pros, and MacBook Airs relegates repairs to approved commercial crews.
Will the iPhone swamp the Verizon network, just like it did to AT&T's network? Should you wait for the iPhone 5 that may or may not run on faster 4G?
From the smash debut of the iPad to the coming of the Mac OS X Lion to a knee-jerk ban on bikinis in the App Store, Apple had one dramatic year.
If you've been tracking Apple earnings, you know that Apple has had a record-breaking year. Apple's market cap is nearing $300 billion.
Social promotion tools are becoming increasingly important for businesses to market their products and attract customers.
Apple's App Store and iTunes are great for consumers but kludgy for companies.
iPads are the future, says one company.