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As the Apple TV rumors heat up, it’s not a bad idea to take a look at what such a television set would actually look like and be capable of doing.
It seems like just yesterday that we were blogging away about iPhone 5 rumors. Before you know it, the iPhone 5S will be here.
iRadio seems to be the rumor that we hear every quarter, but never actually see it happen. Could we be close this time?
Wouldn’t it be nice if we dropped our iPhone that we wouldn’t have to worry about it breaking or shattering? Apple has been granted a patent that should ease our nerves.
Apple kicked off the slew of tech rumors and its competitors jumped on board. It seems everyone has plans for releasing a smart watch, including Samsung, Google and LG.
One of the more secretive CEOs globally could make an appearance on the stand and testify in the heated e-books antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple and book publishers by the United states Department of Justice.
If the music industry wasn’t happy about Apple selling singles for 99-cents on iTunes, they’re probably not going to like their rumored streaming music service.
The Obama administration and the Federal Communications Commission said Monday that consumers should be allowed to unlock their smartphones — or switch carriers and keep their devices.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told Brian Williams last year that when he goes into his living room and turns on his TV, he feels like he’s going 30 years back in time.
We all know how strategically popular and effective Apple’s retail stores are. So does BMW.
It’s about time we get something new from Apple.
News from the New York Times broke this weekend about Apple purportedly working on a smart watch gadget that would use innovative curved glass and operate as any iOS device does today.
We live in a connected world, but that doesn’t mean we should bury our heads in our cellphones — especially on Valentine’s Day.
A smaller, and possibly more powerful, Apple TV model was discovered today in the daily filings of the FCC.
The Iranians have sent a monkey into space as a “prelude to sending humans,” says the Iranian state television. The New York Times reports that the successful endeavor used a small rocket that went straight up and down.
Remember the days where the only reliable wireless router you could buy was a Linksys? The brand was huge, and it’s safe to assume that other companies wanted what Linksys had.