Apple sold a record 35.1 million iPhones and 11.8 million iPads in the March quarter and enjoyed a 94 percent increase in net profits year-over-year.
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For the first time in 17 years, Apple today announced a 2 percent dividend and a $10 billion stock buyback program.
This financial app for iOS features a silky smooth interface that's the synthesis of financial information and data visualization -- and it's a thing of beauty to use.
"...no more than 5 minutes into my initial interview with Steve, I wanted to throw caution and logic to the wind and join Apple."
Yesterday's news about Steve Jobs' health was released while U.S. financial markets were closed and the day before Apple releases its Q1 2011 financial results. In PR, timing is everything.
Square has finally opened its doors to the public after a 10 month private pilot. Now anyone can request a free credit card reader for their iOS device from the Square website.
Today I recovered 50GB of space on my SSD with the help of Tjark Derlien's excellent freeware utility Disk Inventory X.
iPhone debacle? What iPhone debacle? Apple proved again today that it's virtually impervious to the effects of sometimes flaky products, or even the financial markets as a whole.
Apple (AAPL) announced its Q2 2010 earnings in a conference call with investors and reported another record March quarter.
Movie site Fandango is developing a ticketless iPhone app that will display a scannable bar code on-screen.