According to the blog 9 to 5 Mac, the upcoming iOS 7 will be a shining example of so-called “flat” design.
The battle for the living room, driven in large part by cloud functionality, is about to hit a whole new level.
Green fatigue and a lack of finances and leadership are starting to wear down managers of smaller IT organizations.
The Department of Defense has approved BlackBerry, Apple’s iOS, and Samsung Knox for use.
Google Android and iOS continue to split the majority of the smartphone market—leaving other vendors fighting for third place.
Google unveiled a new educational initiative at I/O centered on Android apps. It’s altruistic, but also something of a swipe against Apple.
Rampant smartphone theft is a rising concern in cities. Will manufacturers and carriers submit to installing a device “kill switch”?
Bill Gates offered a hint of emotion while talking about Steve Jobs in a televised interview.
Amazon may be preparing to leap into the smartphone game. But its rumored killer feature, 3D, has been tried without much success before.
Facebook is reportedly in talks to buy Waze, a crowdsourced mapping-and-navigation app.
While the mobile-device market may seem like a duopoly, one analyst believes Apple iOS has a solid advantage over Google Android.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies will largely become the rule within the next few years, according to the firm.
Apple is taking its mobile OS in a radical new direction, pressuring its engineers and designers in the process.
While Apple and other companies might beg to differ, BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins says tablets are dead within five years.
Apple still earns enormous revenues from the iPhone and iPad, but it needs something new if it wants to capture the old glory.
New estimates from research firms suggest augmented-reality eyeglasses and watches could be a hit with consumers.
The tablet market is expanding, meaning Apple can sell more iPads than ever but still see its overall share decline.
For the quarter ended March 30, Apple also reported revenue of $43.6 billion and a net profit of $9.5 billion.
A new survey suggests a significant percentage of consumers would go for an Apple timepiece, should the company build one.
A new Flurry report suggests that “phablets” aren’t a significant part of the tablet market. But is that actually true?
Twitter executives probably hope it won’t end up as the next iTunes Ping.
A report suggests Microsoft is working with partners to build a touch-enabled “smart watch.” Better hope it performs better than Microsoft’s original attempt.
Planning reports filed by Apple indicate that it is installing significantly fewer generators at its new Prineville facility.
Research firm IHS iSuppli predicts that the netbook category will crash and burn within the next two years.
A new report suggests the two tech companies are considering some sort of mobile alliance.