A father of two has sued Apple for the ease of its in-app purchases, despite the company's attempts to make doing so more difficult.
Despite earlier rumors that Best Buy was no longer allowed to sell Apple's iPad 2, a leaked memo suggest the electronics retailer will launch an iPad 2 promotion starting Sunday, April 17.
If you're a vintage fiend, ditch the shiny black iPod dock for one of these restored tube radios from another decade.
A new report from Flurry Analytics finds that iOS and Android devices now account for a third of the portable gaming market.
Forget the smartphone wars: According to Google executive Daniel Alegre, success of Apple's iPhone and other iOS devices is a key part of Google's revenue strategy.
Microsoft data center "guru" Kevin Timmons has reportedly left Redmond for a new home at Apple. Cloud-based iTunes coming soon?
Faced with massive disruptions to its power supply, Sony is considering a two-week shutdown this summer to save reduce energy consumption.
After a long wait, it seems that Apple's white iPhone will finally be reaching stores by the end of April.
In a bid to give web users more control over privacy, a do-not-track tool will be added to Apple's next version of Safari.
While Android remains the market leader in terms of mobile ad share, Apple made companies more money through their ad network in March, according to Millennial Media.
If any doubt remains that the 'post-PC' era is quickly approaching, a new batch of Q1 sale figures from research firm IDC should clear that up.
There's a new mobile Twitter client in town, Tweetbot, and it has the goods to knock the official Twitter iPhone app from its throne.
A slew of colleges are looking into programs specializing in mobile app development. Cell phone use in class will now be encouraged.
A new report that Apple hasn't yet informed its component manufacturers when to start producing parts for the iPhone 5 suggest the next-generation smartphone is still a long way off.
Crayons are so 2010. The Auburn school board in Maine has just approved a $200,000 plan to equip more than 300 incoming Kindergarten students with iPad 2s.