You may or may not be a hybrid fan today, but by 2040 there's a one in two chance you'll be driving one.
The iPhone maker got the bum's rush after its latest quarter, but its earnings outshone those of all other U.S. corporations.
If Apple is to maintain its momentum, Cook and team need to do what they did with the iPhone and iPad -- spawn entirely new markets.
RasGas confirms corporate network is down because of an unknown virus.
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From huge debuts to hacks everywhere, big deals and bigger exits, this summer was anything but a vacation. A look back at the stories that made this summer anything but relaxing.
New partnership with biotech firm Synthetic Genomics paves way for ExxonMobile to research and develop next-gen biofuels from algae.
HTC spends $300 million to acquire some Beats Electronics awesomeness, but we have to admit: we're befuddled. Also, Apple is now officially the world's most valuable company, and we're happy, because they're slightly less evil than ExxonMobil. And in the worst idea we've heard in a while, the British Prime Minister floats the idea of turning off social networks to stem the rioting in London. Dude, do you WANT more riots!?