Macintosh marketing chief Mike Murray hoped that businesses would abandon their IBM PCs to join the revolution, but it proved to be more difficult than imagined.
With only a single machine that still has a DVD drive, Apple is close to finishing something it began nearly six years ago.
A futuristic concept bicycle that harnesses your pedal power does more than just get you where you're going.
The DS1 offers a convenient way to attach numerous desktop peripherals to your Mac through one Thunderbolt connection.
After an embarrassingly flaky debut, a new app from "god game" pioneer Peter Molyneux and his 22Cans startup shows what happens when a half million people gradually peck away at a giant virtual cube.
Apple's having a one-day sale today. The prices are better than the RRPs, but unless you're buying accessories, the discounts are a disappointment.
Apple's AirPlay could be due for a more user-friendly feature that lets users stream content between their AirPlay devices without Wi-Fi.
CNET breaks down a week's worth of Apple news and rumors, and serves up answers to your questions. This week we look at the company's market-cap dance with Exxon, the iCloud phone, and injunction functions.
Just like 3D, the TV industry is hoping that smart TVs — that is, TVs that can connect to the internet — will halt the price slide and reinvigorate the flat panel market.
On today's show, Apple responds to the Mac Defender concerns with a support forum and a promised OS X update, Google may announce mobile payments via NFC as early as tomorrow (Thursday), and Facebook might launch a music service with Spotify (but no, not in the U.S. -- yet). Also, TiVo makes tons of money from suing people and Brian Tong bids a teary farewell to Oprah. --Molly