Web giant says it has identified a significant spike in phishing activity originating from within the country just days ahead of presidential elections.
A promotion to draw Mac users back into the OS X fold after they'd switched to Windows would be a nice idea for creative pros -- but it's just a joke.
Apple has launched a new part of its website dedicated to the iPhone, and it's not shy about bigging up the device.
New page on Apple's site provides a laundry list of things that supposedly set the iPhone apart. Is the company feeling the heat from Samsung?
Call it schadenfreude, payback, or karma, Google is handed a golden chance to play up Android at Apple's expense.
Apple's flurry of lawsuits is part of its strategy to get competitors to think different -- i.e., to sink time and money into steering clear of any resemblance to the iPhone, iPad or iWhatever.
The company's "Four Screens to Victory" effort makes the case that the TV screen is decreasing in importance for political campaigns as people surf Internet screens -- phones, tablets, and PCs -- for information on candidates and issues.
Facebook's admitted it hired a PR agency to run a smear campaign against Google. Burson-Marsteller was paid by the social network to pitch privacy scare stories to journalists.
The next battle in the Apple-Adobe war over Flash takes the form of an Adobe publicity campaign, including its own letter propounding openness.
In a new ad campaign launching during the Final Four this weekend, E*Trade offers the new concept of a Type E person. Yes, "E" for excitable.