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Apple's server hardware is all gone, but its software is still going strong.
PSA: Turn off autosave of in-progress documents containing sensitive data.
Lawyers say laptops suffered from faulty soldering connecting AMD GPU to logic board.
Marketers are using beacons to see who sees what in their ad networks.
We take the new features for a test drive and evaluate the maturity of iOS 8.
GT Advanced Technologies will proceed with surprising bankruptcy.
Soldered RAM and one fewer drive bay make the Mini a MacBook in a box.
64-bit software gets a performance boost, but many apps still aren't on board.
The Mac brought in more revenue than the iPad for the first time in a while.
Check-in at 2pm PT, signs point to a record-breaking quarter on the back of new iPhones.
iOS 8 now works more closely with OS X Yosemite.
Supports every major US carrier but Verizon, with more to follow.
The new iMac feels like a bigger update, while the iPads are more evolutionary.
Setting up lots of Macs? Want an offline installer? Here's how to roll your own.
Yosemite's new look is finalized. Here's how it stacks up to Mavericks.
For the first time in forever, the Mac could be noticed by someone.
"Our lineup has the lowest price point ever for iPad."
"5k" iMacs get long-awaited display density bump to 5120x2880.
Apple's tablets will be available for pre-order October 17, and will ship next week.
Any Mac that can run Mavericks is compatible with the redesigned OS.