Psystar loses appeal against Apple

You may remember Psystar from the news of 2008, when Apple filed a suit against them for copyright infringement. Since then, Psystar's appeal against...

Today is Steve Jobs Day

You're probably already aware of this, but today is Steve Jobs Day. Organized by fans at Studiocom prior to Steve Jobs' death, the day...

Gawker suggests Jobs was responsible for his own death

An article has been published at Gawker that strongly suggests Steve Jobs died from refusing treatment for cancer and because he turned to alternative...

iPhone 4S shows its guts, confirms 512 MB RAM

The folks over at iFixit have gotten ahold of an iPhone 4S early and in typical fashion have begun ripping its guts apart. The...

South Korea’s mixed reaction to Apple’s iPhone 4S announcement

When Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage on Tuesday, many expected an iPhone 5 to be announced. What they got instead was a...

Apple expected to reach China Mobile by 2013, increase sales to...

China is one of the biggest tech markets to reach, if not the biggest. Facebook has realized it and is currently working on making...

Former Dixons CEO John Browett joins Apple as SVP of Retail

Yesterday Apple announced that it has hired John Browett, former CEO at European Technology Retailer Dixons, as the company's new Senior Vice President of...

RIM CEO Thorsten Heins clarifies his statement: A LOT of change...

It spread across the web like a wildfire. When RIM's new CEO, Thorsten Heins, said he didn't  “think any drastic change is needed,” people...

Apple sees 350,000 textbooks downloaded in the days after the iBooks...

Three days after Apple launched iBooks 2 with textbook support, an estimated 350,000 textbooks have been downloaded. That, my friends, is pretty impressive if...

German appeals court upholds injunction against Samsung

Today, a German appeals court upheld a decision by a lower court to continue the ban of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab...