Apple has become a leading consumer electronics company by reinventing the smartphone with the iPhone as well as the MP3 player with the iPod. Now Apple is looking to revolutionize computing with the iPad. And of course there's the Mac. Simply put, the company is firing on all cylinders.
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Apple today pushed out the fourth beta of iOS 8 to members of the iOS developer program. Here's what you need to know.
When you look at the raw dollar numbers, the Chromebook wins over the Mac in the lab scenario.
During his talk at HOPE/X Jonathan Zdziarski detailed several undocumented services (with names like 'lockdownd,' 'pcapd,' 'mobile.file_relay,' and 'house_arrest') that run in the background on over 600 million iOS devices.
Who knew that Apple's tiny MagSafe power connector could attract the notice of accessory vendors? However, a number of new add-ons can help keep your MacBook powered up and ready to go.
IBM was hoping to build a mobile developer ecosystem for Watson, but that takes time. It's quite possible that Watson can piggyback on Apple's iOS developer base.
Integrating Apple devices into the enterprise can lead to high implementation and management costs, as well as increased security risks. Companies must plan carefully and be ready for the...
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A handful of tips to help you get the more out of the remote control fitted to Apple earphones, or EarPods as they are now called.
Having a financial wiz like Susan L. Wagner on Apple's board can't hurt---especially one who knows asset management. Apple has a massive pile of cash.
Imagine a MacBook Air with the latest version of OS X. Thin and light laptop with everything you expect from Apple. Until you detach the Retina Display and discover it’s a full iPad Air.
Apple's embrace of the enterprise is going to be Tim Cook's most lasting and important legacy. Samsung has taught Apple a lesson the company will profit from for decades.
The surprise move to bring IBM software running on iPads and iPhones into the hallowed halls of corporatedom will hit some competitors hard. But there's also one big winner.
It has been a long time coming, but a dream has come true for many in the IT business.
Apple gets a big leg up in the enterprise courtesy of IBM's vast army. IBM gets to show off its analytics and industry specific apps running exclusively on iOS.
If Apple is developing an iWatch that would retail for $300, what would it need to do to justify that price?