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Yet another patent trial—based on newer products—is slated for March 2014.
Eight high-end phones, three operating systems, one guide to make sense of it all.
They don't make them like they used to.
Great screen and drastically better performance both come at a price.
Samsung says its phones were chosen because of differences, not similarities.
11 jurors were dismissed from the case after discussing it in a waiting area.
The rumor mill indicates that supply may be a problem.
Got Android envy? The Nexus phones are still the best way to experiment.
EFI updates fix graphics, keyboard, and trackpad problems with new laptops.
Fixes for Mail.app in OS X 10.9 are now available for download.
Apple will be bringing back some missing features over the next six months.
A smaller battery and tons and tons of glue are highlights of today's teardown.
iCloud Keychain is supposed to use the cloud. Why would Apple claim otherwise?
Apple gives up $900m in deferred revenue to make Mavericks, other software free.
Graphics performance takes a step back even as everything else strides forward.
Plus a look at the new Apple products and the latest patent troll gossip,
Released 20 years ago today, the $2,099 Macintosh TV sold only 10,000 units.
Marathon overnight teardown session reveals substantially redesigned innards.
What does a free OS X release mean for consumers? We discuss.
Apple's software catches up with its hardware, improving on 10.8.5.