The company beat estimates, but its most important product is running into trouble.
Now, when you search for parking in Apple Maps, you get Parkopedia's help to determine the number of spaces, if it's lit at night and whether or not it has EV chargers.
The company's flagship product isn't selling like it used to, but Apple is still making tons of money.
SPIDER, a self-propelled instrument for airship damage evaluation and repair, helps sniff out tiny leaks in Lockheed's hybrid airship.
The Mexico store is the next leg of the company's expansion into Latin America, following two stores in Brazil.
Donations from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge have helped researchers discover a gene linked to the disease.
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma have designed a robotic onesie that's supposed to help babies at risk of developing cerebral palsy.
A startup called Density has built a people-counting sensor it says could be used to tell you how packed the gym is or which emergency room can see you the fastest.
The music service will also set up reminders to alert you to buy tickets and will send you a weekly personalized digest with upcoming shows.
With Pokemon Go profits going to Niantic and The Pokemon Company, Wii U sales falling and few big hits in sight, Nintendo has a case of the financial blues.
India is the world's quickest growing smartphone market, and it's a key to the iPhone's long-term success.
Sales in the third quarter won't come close to Wall Street's estimates as advertisers increasingly favor rival social networks.
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