The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
Web portal discards dark linen background for soft blue background with icons like those found in Apple's new mobile operating system.
Beta version of the site now shares the look and feel of Apple's upcoming iOS design revamp.
It appears that some Internet service providers may work with companies that attempt to insert ads directly over Web pages, without the Web page owner being aware.
Apple is again reminding iWork.com users that it will shut down its 2009 document-sharing portal at the end of the month in order to get people to move to iCloud.
The company doesn't own the iPad3.com domain name, and Apple now wants an arbitration panel to transfer ownership.
Post-iPhone announcement outage at Apple.com follows live-blogging problems during the event. The Apple Store is taken down intentionally, as usual.
Lingering questions about who actually owned the iPhone5.com domain, following a decision by the The World Intellectual Property Organization, have been answered.
Apple has recovered iPhone5.com from cybersquatters, perhaps hinting at the name for the next iPhone.
Apple had complained to the World Intellectual Property Organization about the domain, which was unaffiliated with the iPhone maker. And now it seems to have found closure.
An intriguing new user interface element appeared on icloud.com today: an iOS-like notification banner with a testing message.