Apple Inc has acknowledged that personal data can be extracted from iPhones through previously unpublicised techniques by employees.
Traditional tablets like the iPad are losing popularity as consumers are opting to use smartphones with larger screens as a single go-to device.
There are more than a dozen smartwatches out there, but the prospect of an Apple version still excites the market, writes Liron Segev.
Apple's iTunes music service finally arrived on South African shores, nine years after it debuted in the United States.
Apple has unveiled its iPad mini with prices starting at $329 to compete with Amazon and Google's tablets. But is it good, despite its price?
Apple has opened its biggest Asian store yet in Beijing, with hordes of shoppers descending on the three-floor complex.
The new Samsung Galaxy Note could unseat Apple from the top of the most-desired list.
A technophile looks at the smartphone platforms of today and predicts what the future looks like.
Renowned perfectionist Steve Jobs would likely not have been pleased with Friday's launch of the new iPhone 5 in North America and other countries.
Samsung says it will add the iPhone 5 to a series of lawsuits over Apple equipment in the US, alleging that it infringes a series of patents.
The digerati mostly greeted the iPhone 5 last week with a collective yawn. They declared that it did not break any records amongst other things.
A judge has refused to lift a ban on sales of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 computers as legal brawling continues between the electronics titan and Apple.
How long before the middle-class preoccupation with quality, traceability and plain goodness of the things we buy extends into technology?
Apple has introduced its new iPhone 5 - a lighter, thinner and more powerful version of its iconic mobile device.
Shares in Asian smartphone manufacturer Samsung plunged by 7.5% in the South Korean capital Seoul on Monday.
Apple scored a sweeping legal victory over Samsung on Friday as a US jury found Samsung had copied critical features of the popular iPhone and iPad.
Apple experts say Samsung abused its "monopoly power" over certain wireless patents and demanded an unreasonable royalty for their use in the iPhone.
Samsung Electronics has told jurors its products are not copycats of Apple's iPhone but rather an example of legitimate American-style competition.