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A UK judge has ordered Apple, to publicly apologise to rival Samsung.
Chinese technology manufacturer Foxconn has admitted hiring children as young as 14 to work in its factories.
It looks as though we’re just a week off from the long-rumoured iPad Mini unveiling, as Apple has issued invitations for an event next Tuesday.
Outspoken tech exec and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has labelled his former employer as “arrogant” regarding its refusal to make the iPhone 5 larger.
Apple’s fight to get the iPhone 5 into customer’s hands is continuing to prove troublesome.
Social game developer Supercell has revealed its averaging over the startling figure of $500,000 a day between two iOS games.
You’re nothing but a mindless number. It’s time to liberate yourself – by buying an alternative expensive smartphone?
Yet another Bluetooth iOS controller is on the way courtesy of leading developer Gameloft.
Steve Jobs had Antennagate. Now Tim Cook has iOS Mapgate.
Publishing giant Future is seemingly making good on its plans to successfully transition into the new digital world.
Apple’s shiny new iPhone 5 has sold 5m units since its launch on Friday September 21st.
Apple has stated that it received over two million pre-orders for the iPhone 5 in its first 24 hours of availability.
The iPhone 5 has finally received proper announcement. Let’s go through the relevant details from Apple’s press event today, shall we?
The iPhone 5 will launch in the UK on September 21st, according to online reports.
We’ll know for certain if this video is legitimate in on September 12th.
Apple’s iPhone 4S has finished out of first in monthly smartphone sales for the first time since its launch eleven months ago.
Apple has all but declared the iPhone 5 announcement will come next week.
AntiSec, one of the many internet hacking communities, has claimed that it has obtained the UDIDs and user details of 12m Apple users.
Its high-profile legal loss to Apple over the weekend could be just the beginning of the problems for Samsung.
Perhaps this puts a true perspective on the global importance of the smartphone and tablet market.
A Japanese Apple nut claims to have constructed a lifelike iPhone 5 pieced together from genuine parts sourced from the Apple supply line.
A gaggle of sites (yep, including us) have reported that Apple has 'patented a game controller' - but that's not exactly true.
A jump in both iPad and iPhone sales has lead to a strong quarter for Apple, although its numbers fell short of analyst’s expectations.