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A judge in the US has denied Apple's move to block the sale of a range of Samsung Android devices in the ongoing patent infringement dispute.
Activision has released a second Zombies title for Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Apple UK has published its second weekly charts, and games have once again held their own.
A surge of punters picking up a brand new iPhone 4S in October saw Apple sell more smartphones than all Android smartphone makers combined, according to new Kantar Worldpanel research.
Apple UK has today started publishing weekly charts detailing the most popular apps on its iOS platforms.
The latest IMRG-Hitwise listings claim that Apple has grown to become the second most popular online retailer in the UK.
Big Fish Games has secured an agreement with Apple for a first-of-its-kind subscription games servcie on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Apple has seemingly conquered the hearts and minds of US consumers this Christmas ahead of the games industry.
Apple's long promised cloud music service iTunes Match has finally been rolled out in the US, albeit two weeks late.
Apple today released a patch for its iOS 5 that is deigned to address complaints about battery life – but users are complaining that it has made situation worse.
The App Store may have shaken the very foundations of the traditional games industry, but Apple isn’t blind to the growing competition it faces.
Apple has confirmed that the unusually low battery life seen by some iPhone 4S owners is down to a bug in iOS 5.
The man who created Apple’s new voice control platform Siri has left the company.
Apple’s visionary co-founder Steve Jobs swore he would spend all of his company’s $40 billion to annihilate Google’s rival smartphone operating system.
The world’s biggest tech firm, Apple, has seen profits surge by $2bn to £6.62bn for its last financial quarter – a new record for the company.
Sales of Future’s UK magazine portfolio have increased by a staggering 750 per cent since the release of Newsstand as part of Apple’s iOS5 last week.
The immediate success of the iPhone 4S saw Apple’s shares reach an all-time yesterday.
Apple has announced that it sold in excess of 4m iPhone 4S handsets in the device’s first three days of availability.
It may not be the iPhone 5 that many were hoping for, but hundreds of people have been queuing today for the new 4S model.
The release of the newest operating system for the iPhone and iPad early yesterday evening lead to a surge in European internet traffic.
Downloadable Xbox Live and PSN game Burnout Crash will be heading to the iPad and iPhone this year.
Around 3m customers have pre-ordered the upcoming Apple iPhone 4S in less than one week.
It may be a minimal upgrade compared to some of the more creative predictions that were published, but the iPhone 4S has definitely struck a chord with consumers.