Forgoing its signature secrecy, Apple confirmed it will unveil the next version of its iOS mobile operating system during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, kicking off in San Francisco on June 10.
Comcast's Golf Channel launched a Golf Live Extra app for Apple's iPhone and iPad and Google Android mobile devices that lets authenticated subscribers watch live programming anywhere with an Internet connection.
Don't look for Apple to roll out mobile payment services anytime soon: The segment is still not ready for primetime, according to comments made Tuesday by the computing giant's CEO Tim Cook.
North American LTE users gobble up on average 46 MB per day of mobile data, or 168 percent more than 3G users, who consume 17 MB per day, according to research from Alcatel-Lucent.
Apple said it sold 37.4 million iPhones and 19.5 million iPads in its fiscal 2013 second quarter, which ended March 30, beating analysts' expectations for around 35 million iPhones and 17 million iPads. In the year-ago quarter, Apple sold 35.1 million iPhones and 11.8 million iPads.
Four months after Apple removed the popular AppShopper price tracker tool from its App Store, the application is once again available for download from the digital marketplace, this time with a focus on social discovery.
CBS Corp. said it bought a minority stake in Syncbak, an Iowa-based company that has been pitching broadcasters an authentication platform that could be used to stream local TV station programming to viewers on mobile devices.
Apple reports quarterly earnings on Tuesday after the market closes, and while the company is expected to report its biggest fiscal second-quarter sales yet, analysts also expect Apple to post its first decline in quarterly profit in a decade.
Apple and Volkswagen are collaborating on a new iOS-based integrative user interface that will roll out via the iBeetle model line, scheduled to make its worldwide debut at the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show, taking place this week.
Cox Communications launched a cloud-based media storage service called myflare that the company said will make it easier for subscribers to manage photos, videos and music, and share content with friends and family.