Apple's first-quarter earnings were far better than Wall Street had hoped. Apple executives broke out further details on the follow-up analysts conference call.
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Spending $11 to help extend the life of an $80 PC or Mac notebook charger makes good sense.
Lenovo, HP, and Dell are increasing their collective dominance of the PC market, with Apple as the only threat. So how are the three big OEMs coping with sweeping changes in the computing landscape?
Rumors are circulating that Apple is getting read to revamp the MacBook Air, and that the new notebook will not only be smaller, but that it will get rid of the full-sized USB port, SD card slot, and even the MagSafe connector.
The computer giant wants to bring Windows to the masses again -- in the form of a tiny desktop box.
This week in iOS saw reports of effective Activation Locks, IBM released the first iOS apps for the enterprise from the alliance with Apple, and Apple named its picks for best apps.
IBM is gunning for a 70 percent standard and 30 percent custom deployment approach for its MobileFirst apps for iOS. Your pricing and returns will vary.
The tech titans chose to tailor their initial batch of apps to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, transportation and government.
The Australian Taxation Office has 60 new staff members on board to look into tax avoidance and profit hiding conducted by a number of multinational companies, including Apple, Google, Facebook, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Adobe.
It may have taken more than three decades from Steve Jobs' middle finger to the company to a total turnaround, but it's been a dream come true for many IT users.
While tablet PC shipments continue to fall, the global notebook PC market seems to be doing much better, and grew 10 percent year over year during the third quarter of this year.
Apple has an IBM partnership and is reportedly bulking up its direct sales team to focus more on the enterprise. Here are a few reasons why the stars are lining up for a successful corporate push.
The Apple-IBM deal set aside decades of rivalry to forge a new path into tapping the enterprise market. But some key industries will miss out. Here's why.
Apple lifts the lid on its combined AppleCare and IBM enterprise support package.
Apple's fourth-quarter earnings blew Wall Street's expectations away. After the second-half release of products and services, Apple executives explain a few things.
Apple reported strong numbers for the last three-month period. And if you thought the PC market was anything to go by, you're wrong: the Mac is back.
Apple's deal with IBM will see a massive spike in uptake across the iPhone and iPad market, one Wall Street analyst says, at a time where iPad sales continue to stagnate.
The new global enterprise services aims to take on Apple-IBM at its own game, by expanding coverage to a wider range of devices — and not just Samsung's.
It looks like the PC market will live for at least another quarter. New sales figures from the U.S. retail channel show slight gains over last year during the back-to-school buying season. Apple had the most impressive results, with sub-$300 notebooks (including Chromebooks) also doing well.
The usually tight-lipped chief executive of Apple opened up to PBS' Charlie Rose in a two-part interview. Here's the first part.
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