Apple officially makes September 9 the date for their next product announcements. An Apple wearable and new iPhones are rumored to make an appearance, while other products get pushed out to 2015.
Invites from the Cupertino, Calif., electronics giant give almost no hints, saying "wish we could say more." But the general consensus is that Apple will unveil its next smartphone.
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Worldwide shipments of desktops and laptops suffered their seventh consecutive quarter of decline, according to Gartner's latest research. Apple's Macintosh bucks the trend.
The 404 is on holiday until CES, but enjoy this special throwback episode from September 2011 when we learn a valuable lesson to never trust anyone with four gold teeth.
"This is our best iPhone launch yet," CEO Tim Cook says of record-setting weekend sales. Plus: more than 200 million devices are now running the new iOS 7.
The smaller, 11.6-inch version of Samsung's excellent Series 9 laptop is thin and light, and has a few features the MacBook Air lacks, but it's more expensive and doesn't trump the competition where it counts.
Ad revenue from digital advertising in the U.S. shot up almost 16 percent in the first quarter compared with the year-ago period, the IAB says.
The telecommunications company took it on the chin thanks to costs associated with its employee pension plan, the sale of an asset, and Superstorm Sandy.