The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
A company had opposed Apple's ownership of the logo, but the electronics giant was issued the registered trademark yesterday, according to Patently Apple.
A newly struck deal with Sony Music at last gives Apple all the major labels and makes it likely that the iPad maker will unveil iRadio -- or Apple Radio -- at its WWDC gathering, which starts Monday.
The company reportedly has hired at least six biomedical experts and other medical professionals as interest in health tech surges.
The rivals will return to the courtroom on Monday. The trial is still all about smartphone and tablet patents, but this time, the accused devices are newer, including the Galaxy S3 and iPhone 4S.
A U.S. judge shies away from the government's calls for an external monitor to keep tabs on Apple, but suggests staggering publisher deals to prevent collusion and slaps Apple's wrist for not being contrite.
Evidence submitted during the Apple e-book trial paints a picture of a scheming company clearly on the wrong side of the law.
Judge rules that Apple orchestrated a conspiracy to cut out e-book competition and raise prices, handing the U.S. government a big win and smacking Apple with a verdict it said could put a chill on media deals.
A launch of Apple Radio at WWDC seems all but guaranteed, now that it has the world's biggest publisher on board as well.
The Department of Justice and Apple head to court Monday over allegations of price fixing. CNET breaks down the case and what's at stake.
A new document filed in the e-book price-fixing suit accuses Apple of conspiring to hike prices, but the tech giant denies these claims, saying it was actually partaking in constant one-on-one negotiations.