The electronics titans square off in a tangled tale of mobile technology, centered on Apple's iPhone
Bursting at the seams while it waits for approval on a new campus, Apple has struck a deal for a 373,000-square-foot space near its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters.
Following a pitch by Apple CEO Steve Jobs to build a new campus in his hometown, the city's mayor, Gilbert Wong, says Cupertino is ready for the project and that there's no chance it's saying no.
Apple Maps is getting better, even beating Google Maps in an informal race between Silicon Valley reporters.
In this rarely seen video, the people bringing Apple's new Cupertino headquarters to life give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at its inception.
Developers will have more freedom with the next iPhone, as Apple lifts some restrictions and adds widgets. Meanwhile, the Google+ iOS app gets new photo-editing tools, and Glance turns a regular watch into a smartwatch.
Beats Music may hold the key to help Apple take on Spotify and other music streaming services. CNET's Bridget Carey breaks down the $3 billion deal to buy Beats and what Apple may announce next week at WWDC.
iPhone maker has leased a seven-building office complex in neighboring Sunnyvale that will house up to 1,450 employees, the Mercury News reports.
In launching its Carstache 2.0, Lyft decides it must share something in common with so many other tech companies: laughing at Apple and, in this case, Jony Ive.
Anyone who's used Siri will know it frequently mishears, misunderstands or just plain gets it wrong. With the help of an expert, Adventures in Tech explains why Siri's job is so hard, and how it could improve in future.
Apple, in an offensive move, publishes what it believes to be the many financial benefits of its 2016 headquarters reboot.