Apple has recovered iPhone5.com from cybersquatters, perhaps hinting at the name for the next iPhone.
Post-iPhone announcement outage at Apple.com follows live-blogging problems during the event. The Apple Store is taken down intentionally, as usual.
Outlook.com is Microsoft's new look for email. But Windows Phone customers shouldn't switch their address just yet.
The launch of the iPhone on Verizon earlier this year made it one of the top sellers, according to data firm ComScore. But Google's Android pulled in huge gains too.
HTC is preparing its cloud service, HTCSense.com, for a major overhaul and is advising users to download their personal data before it is wiped on April 30.
Lingering questions about who actually owned the iPhone5.com domain, following a decision by the The World Intellectual Property Organization, have been answered.
Apple had complained to the World Intellectual Property Organization about the domain, which was unaffiliated with the iPhone maker. And now it seems to have found closure.
Apple has filed a claim with the World Intellectual Property Organisation seeking to gain control of the iPhone5.com domain.
The company files a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization over iPhone5.com, a discussion forum and domain name that it doesn't -- yet -- control.
Lynda.com, the online training library, released its first iPhone app which gives subscribers access to its full library, and non-members limited access to select tutorials.