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Report: Apple likely sold more iPhones in China than in the U.S. last quarter

Apple likely sold more iPhone units in China in its most recent quarter than it did in the United States, according to a Financial Times report. If the report proves accurate, this would be the first time iPhone sales in China have outpaced those in the U.S. market.

Gartner: Samsung and Apple were top semiconductor customers in 2014

Samsung Electronics and Apple remained the top semiconductor buyers in 2014, representing a combined semiconductor demand of 17 per cent, according to Gartner.

App developers vs. the VAT: The EU's tax law explained

App developers love giving more to their customers--more features, more levels in a mobile game, more titles to choose from--but it's unlikely any of them wanted to increase the amount they tax them for their purchases. On Jan. 1, however, the European Union introduced a value-added tax (VAT) aimed specifically at sellers of "digital goods," including app developers.

Why app developer opinions are worth the costs of going viral

Earlier this month, Marco Arment, an iOS developer based out of Westchester County, N.Y., posted something that will probably end up proving far more viral than any app he or most of his peers will make. It was a post about Apple.

Apple, Ericsson come to blows over 'reasonable' patent licensing terms

After two years of failed negotiations, Apple and Ericsson are taking their patent-licensing disagreement to the courtroom--at the heart of the argument is the amount of money Apple believes it should pay to Ericsson to use Ericsson's technology in its iPhones and iPads.

Global survey: 9% of respondents have a smart watch, Android dominates tablets and smartphones

A new survey of Internet users across the globe shows that 9 percent of respondents reported owning a smart watch. The results indicate either tepid interest in the devices (if you're a pessimist) or a market that remains wide open for competitors to enter (if you're an optimist).

Apple boosts entry-level app prices abroad in response to currency fluctuations

Apple is not immune to global currency fluctuations. Last week it changed the prices of mobile apps in multiple markets, including Canada and Europe. The move marks perhaps Apple's most concerted push yet to counteract currency changes.

iOS developers cheer on Apple with announcement of App Store sales growth

Most companies wait until the end of the year to announce their biggest successes, but Apple decided to kick off 2015 with news developers were equally eager to share: a sharp rise in App Store sales of 50 percent.

Gartner: Tablet sales to remain sluggish in 2015

After a difficult year in 2014, the global tablet market is not returning to the levels of growth seen in the last four years as demand for tablets will continue to be slow in 2015 according to latest research from Gartner.

Kantar: Apple's share of smartphone OS market increases further in Europe

Apple continued to benefit from the launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the three months to the end of November 2014, with the iOS operating system increasing its market share in Europe as well as in all other markets except for Japan as surveyed by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.