The company showed off the iPhone 4S, which is essentially the current model with newer components. It also set a release time for iCloud and iOS 5.
Amazon.com gets a redesign, Toshiba releases what it calls the world's thinnest laptop, and iPhone 5 rumors heat up with employees at Best Buy and Apple stores leaking release information.
Amazon.com gets a redesign, Toshiba releases what it calls the world's thinnest laptop, and iPhone 5 rumors heat up with employees at Best Buy and Apple's stores leaking release information.
Site's latest release of classified military documents raises calls for cyberattack, while LimeWire gets deep-sixed. Also: Amazon wins customer privacy fight.
Google plans to host a search event featuring top executives and engineers Wednesday, and we're providing live coverage in this post.
eMusic redesigns its service around recommendations in a bid to become more like your cool friend who knows all about the latest bands.
The company is widely expected to introduce a revamped e-book reader at Monday's press event in New York. It's easy to imagine it will be lighter and slimmer, with an updated look.
The two online retailers have lost their appeal to avoid collecting sales tax in New York state.
Web site problems hold up the launch of the Firefox 3 browser, but the inauspicious start to the attempt to set a download record is offset by a furious download pace.
The latest in the Flip Video line is smaller and sleeker than its older siblings.