While Apple doesn't seem to have any problems shifting iPhones pretty much as fast as it can make them, sales data suggests that the peak for iPad sales may have come and gone, and now it's on a steady decline similar to that experienced by the iPod.
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Microsoft has signed another patent licensing deal with a maker of Android and Chrome OS devices. This time it's ODM Qisda, based in Taiwan.
Android operating system vendor Cyanogen will integrate Microsoft's Office, Skype, OneDrive and other apps and services with its Open OS Platform later this year.
Although there's no guarantee Apple will implement it, the company has a patented solution that could tell others when you're available for a phone or FaceTime call.
A Swedish security researcher who discovered a privilege escalation issue in OS X has said that Apple will not issue patches for versions earlier than OS X 10.10.3.
The latest version of OS X is publicly available with the typical feature upgrades and fixes. This time around, Apple includes the iOS-influenced Photos app shown off last year.
After a slow start beginning last year, Google is now providing tools and store support for Android app developers to port their software to Chrome OS.
Apple has been granted a patent for an external portable fuel cell electricity generation unit designed to power portable computing devices.
A jury has knocked back a claim by a patent licensing firm that was seeking damages from Apple over five Nokia patents.
Cyanogen Inc nails down its own email app for its commercial OS through a new partnership with Boxer. The new app will arrive in the forthcoming Cyanogen OS 12.
A patent application submitted by Apple suggests waterproof iPhones could be on the horizon.
Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg hopes litigation between his company and Apple can be wrapped up quickly.
No doubt Apple is still smarting over a $533 million court case won by Smartflash this week, but Ericsson is now also suing the company in a patent dispute.
Patent licensing firm Smartflash may still be celebrating a $533 million victory against Apple, but the companies aren't finished in the courtroom.
The US Patent Office has granted Apple a patent for a virtual-reality headset designed to accommodate an iPhone for its display, much like Google's Cardboard or Samsung's Gear VR headset.
Apple has released OS X 10.10.2 for the Macs running OS X Yosemite, which brings with it a raft of fixes, including a patch for the Thunderstrike vulnerability.
Apple has released iOS 8.1.3 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, which brings with it relief for those who feel that updates have become too cumbersome to install.
In the world of iOS this week we heard of an Apple patent to track eye movement, Chrome was updated to support Handoff, and the iPhone is boosting Apple's position in Asia.
It's likely this will build on Apple's own AirDrop technology. But this may be one of the first steps in recent years that may combat illegal file sharing.
Google's security team has disclosed three separate zero-day vulnerabilities on Apple's OS X platform. It seems annoying Microsoft wasn't enough.
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