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Apple posted better-than-expected results for the fiscal fourth quarter of 2014, which ended on 28 September, with revenues at $42.14 billion and earnings per share at $1.42.
In an interesting twist of politics, the Prime Minister of Finland, Alexander Stubb, told news reporters that Apple killed the nation’s top industry, resulting in an international credit downgrade announcement. Standard and Poor downgraded Finland’s …
Apple has ventured into the world of mobile payments with the launch of their Apple Pay service.
In an effort to diversify its line of products, Apple unveiled its very first line of smartwatches on Tuesday.
A bigger version of the iPhone 6 is expected to boast a slimmer battery. However, the launch of the new phone will likely be delayed due to complications in finding the right size battery.
Apple and Samsung are returning to federal court in California to determine the amount that the Korean company owes the Cupertino company for patent infringement.
Apple would be more powerful if it worked with its largest rivals, Google and Samsung, said Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple.
A limited exclusion order won by Apple at the International Trade Commission effectively banned some of Samsung’s older phones from being imported into the US. The order was released two months ago and became effective on 9th October.
After numerous leaks, Apple has finally unveiled two of its latest iPhones, the iPhone 5C and 5S, on Tuesday.
After years of declining sales and failed makeovers as a result of stiff competition from rivals such as Android and Apple, BlackBerry has formed a special committee that will lay out strategic options such as the sale of the company and potential joint ventures.
As Apple and Samsung give all in their rivalry for dominance in the smartphone market, the South Korean-based Samsung raked in more profits in Q2 than California-based Apple.
Smartphones have become so popular in the past couple of years that they generated US$293.9 billion in sales for 2012 alone.
However, the American research firm International Data Corporation (IDC) revealed that since the start of …