Why Tim Cook May Be An Anti-National
Category : Blog
Technology : Hardware & Software
Apple's challenge of a court order to unlock an iPhone used by a terrorist sparks new debate.
One-Third Of Apple’s Engineering Staff Is Indian: Report
Technology : Enterprise IT Services
A study reveals that one third of Apple’s engineering staff is Indian and that the company banks heavily on India for growth.
Software co. Intertrust accuses Apple of infringing patents
The lawsuit covers devices such as the iPhone and iPad, Mac computers and laptops, Apple TV and services including iTunes, iCloud and the Apple App Store.
Samsung's Galaxy S4 emerges to do battle on Apple's home turf
The phone, the first in the highly successful Galaxy S-series to make its global debut on U.S. soil, was unwrapped at Manhattan's iconic Radio City Music Hall.
BlackBerry plans security feature for Android, iPhone
Technology : Security & Compliance
The new feature could help BlackBerry sell high-margin services to enterprise clients even if many, or all, of their workers are using smartphones made by BlackBerry's competitors.
Apple blasts Android, Samsung on Galaxy's eve
Marketing chief Phil Shiller said vast majority of Android users were stuck with an outdated software.
iPad to fall behind Android as tablet war grows
Research house IDC predicates that Google's Android will overtake Apple Inc's iPad sales for the first time this year.
BlackBerry encouraged by early Z10 sales
BlackBerry chief, Thorstein Heins, says he is encouraged by the BB10 sales.
Google shares up 700 per cent since 2004
Technology : Web Technologies
Its shares hit an all-time closing high of $821.50 on Monday and some securities analysts are already forecasting the search company could soon be a $1,000 stock.
Apple CEO says he feels shareholders' pain, urges long view
Tim Cook acknowledged widespread disappointment in the company's sagging share price but shared few details about its secretive product pipeline.