The U.S. government filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple Inc. and book publishers on Wednesday. It says the publishers conspired with Apple to raise retail electronic-book prices to limit competition.
The latest assault on computer users has targeted 600,000 Macs and counting worldwide, and it comes as a major surprise to Mac users who thought they had absolutely nothing to worry about.
New York’s attorney general has made a startling discovery: Your children may be playing Internet video games with registered sex offenders. In a move that’s the first in the nation, the top prosecutor is having the predators purged from online network.
A Queens woman is suing Apple for $1,000,000 after smashing her face on a glass door at a Long Island Apple Store.
Apple fans looking to get their hands on the latest and greatest iPad have been lined up since Thursday outside the Apple store on Fifth Avenue.
New Yorkers have a history of lining up for the latest and greatest Apple gadgets when they go on sale and Apple’s new iPad, revealed Wednesday, will be hitting stores in less than 10 days.
“While they are telling you what movies are playing nearby they are also going through your files and using it for other purposes,” Schumer said.
Faster broadband options and a sharper screen. Those are a couple of the improvements rumored for a new version of the iPad, that could be introduced as soon as next week.
If you want to cozy up to the Genius Bar today, you might have some competition getting to the door.
A crowd of Apple enthusiasts assembled outside of the company’s new store at Grand Central Terminal. Apple fans began trickling in as early as yesterday morning to get a spot in line for the grand opening of Apple’s newest store.
A faster iPhone with better software and an improved camera went on sale Friday as hundreds of buyers camped out for hours to be among the first to get one.
The creator of the one man show The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, says it will go on as scheduled despite the Apple’s co-founder’s death.
WCBS 880 anchor Pat Farnack had her weekly chat with language maven Ben Zimmer.
People continue to leave flowers, candles and notes at the makeshift memorial in front of the Apple Store at 57th Street and Fifth Avenue.
While discussing the passing of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs at the age of 56, Boomer & Craig ran down the short list of some other influential people that have helped shape the world we live in today…