The Internet retailer opens its first bookstore in Seattle, two decades after it began selling books online.
The shop at the company's headquarters has always been different from other Apple stores. Now Apple has changed it up again.
Small businesses have found a way to coexist with their tech neighbors -- offering bespoke services that would be hard to find elsewhere. CNET's Laura Hautala checks in with them as part of Road Trip 2015.
It's a weird week when Amazon's stock surges on a tiny profit, while Apple's stock retreats after another impressive quarter.
The company claims the summer sale will have more deals than Black Friday, though the discounts will only be available to its Prime members.
While Apple has long allowed other types of digital content to be gifted, the option to give e-books had been unavailable until now.
With a new service that offers hotel bookings, and info on dining and attractions, the e-commerce giant joins TripAdvisor, Airbnb and others in the competitive field of online travel agencies.
The new online bookstore will offer commissioned works based on existing TV series, books, comics, and music.
Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet software and services, says he had to convince Jobs to pursue iBooks, and he only had a couple months to make it happen before the iPad announcement.
Commentary: Microsoft and Barnes & Noble have both brought key software to alternative devices that have a solid footing. But just one has a clear-cut edge.