The Environmental Protection Agency has released its most recent rankings for green energy consumption within the United States. Intel and Microsoft claim top spots.
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The NewerTech Wireless Aluminum Keypad looks like an Apple produced 10-key pad. While Apple has neglected this accessory for nearly a decade, does this NewerTech get keypad get the job done?
According to a new report from South Korea the two companies will once again work together, with Samsung pegged to ship 75% of the chips Apple needs for its next generation of iPhones.
The Apple Watch will reportedly only last for four hours of active use and possibly up to 19 hours of active and passive use in regular-case scenarios.
Apple's new, larger iPhones have proven to be a major hit in Asian markets and have propelled the company both in terms of sales and marketshare. Meanwhile Samsung has seen its share sliced.
Facebook Chat Heads is a handy feature for Android and previously for iOS that allowed users to continue conversations without leaving the app they were in, it has now returned on the Mac desktop.
Four tech giants once again try to resolve a class-action lawsuit by tech workers over employee mobility and compensation, after last year's rejected settlement of $324M.
Customs officials, suspicious at the man's "weird walking posture" discovered 94 iPhones strapped to his body, but for bonus points he also set off airport metal detectors in the process.
With no free music offered via Apple's 'Single of the week' promotion since the start of 2015, it appears that the company has discontinued this promotion much to the dismay of customers.
A new flaw in Apple's OS X Yosemite Spotlight search has been discovered. It neglects a setting in the Mail app that could leak users' personal information, which can then be used by cyber criminals.
In the EU, a law has been recently introduced that allows a 14-day returns policy on digital purchases. Unfortunately, this system is potentially open to abuse.
Apple has announced that prices will soon be changing in the EU, Canada, Russia and other countries App Stores, with the EU, Canada and Norway seeing increases.
Apple has announced that its App Store has broken some pretty impressive records in terms of sales in 2015. The company has shared some interesting statistics with the public in its press release.
We take a closer look at the numbers in Kantar's quarterly report ending November 2014, and it looks like Apple's iPhone 6 is giving Android a squeeze, and Windows Phone hits a new low.
Sources claim that Apple will begin training its Store staff on the new Watch on February 9, before the device - which the company has said will cost from $349 - goes on sale in March.
Apple's Beats is being sued again. Co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre are accused by Monster of "fraudulently acquiring" the headphone line by exploiting a loophole in the 2011 contract with HTC.
Apple has recently been granted a patent that shows the company has been toying with the idea of a curved iPhone but just because they got the patent does not mean we will see it on retail shelves.
Apple has started selling unlocked SIM-free versions of its larger iPhones in the US, with prices starting at $649 for the 16GB iPhone 6, rising to $949 for the range-topping 128GB iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple's legal team enters the new year full of joy as they face a class action lawsuit with accusations of engaging in unfair, deceptive, and fraudulent business and advertising.
It was inevitable, but we could have our first leak of the upcoming Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S6. The handset looks fairly elegant and looks to be clad completely in metal.
VLC is a very popular media player that many of us depend on, and after mysteriously disappearing from the App store following the release of iOS 8, the app is ready to return in early 2015.
For the first time in years, consumers are more satisfied with Samsung's smartphones than they are with Apple's iDevices - adding another layer to the already heated smartphone war.
In a complete reversal of its no refunds policy on App Store and iTunes purchases, Apple has been forced by EU lawmakers to offer a 14-day money back guarantee on purchases in Europe.
Apple is currently in talks with banks to bring Apple Pay to the UK in early 2015, but at least one bank is uncomfortable with the amount of personal and financial information Apple wants.
With a share of over 50 percent of mobile device activations during December, Apple's new iPhone 6 is by far the most popular gadget gift this holiday season - trailed by Samsung, Nokia, and Sony.
Sony has revealed that the controversial movie, 'The Interview', made $15 million through YouTube, Google Play, Xbox Video and its own website, and now it's available through Apple's iTunes.
Tech giants fighting over patents and royalty payments really doesn't help spur innovation. Fortunately, the war appears to be drawing to a close, as these companies find better ways to collaborate.
Apple has, for the first time ever, used an automatic update system built into OS X to install a critical security patch on users' machines. The update fixes a flaw that allowed remote code execution.
Apple's Russian store is back online after a brief absence but shoppers will likely be dismayed to find out that the company's products now cost approximately 35% more than they did last week.
From late Microsoft arrivals and early Steam deals, to more Sony leaks, Lollipop on LG, Denim on Verizon, and a phone the size of your head, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
An undercover BBC Panorama investigation reveals that workers in Chinese factories that make Apple products have been discovered of being treated poorly.
It might be a case of deja vu in the future as it has been discovered that Apple's iCloud is still not safe from hackers even with the security measures introduced after the celebrity photo leaks.
Apple is reminding its developers that new VAT rules in the EU have led to some policy changes in the App Store. While devs will remain unaffected some users may see prices go up.
Amid sanctions over Ukraine and cheap oil prices, Russia's currency, the rouble, has been in free-fall losing half its value since January, which has forced Apple to close its online store in Russia.
An eight-person jury has decided that Apple was not being anti-competitive when it blocked third-party music players from iTunes and deleting non-iTunes songs from iPods without its FairPlay DRM.
Some iPhone 6 users are experiencing adverse Compass, NFC and OIS interference with magnetic accessories. Apple has been talking to its MFi partners about limiting production of such accessories.
In the ongoing anti-competitive class action lawsuit, a former iTunes engineer has testified that Apple intended to block third-party music players and songs from accessing iTunes and iPods.
Apple's online retail stores are now accepting PayPal as a payment option in the United States and the United Kingdom. Apple also introduced PayPal Credit, which lets shoppers pay off their purchases.
A vintage Apple-1 computer sold today for a whopping $365,000, despite failing to meet the pre-auction estimate. This comes two months after another original Apple-1 sold for nearly a million dollars.
The recently rebranded MSN apps are now available for iOS and Android devices. They offer news, guides, videos and lifestyle info as well as cross platform synchronization, all for free.
United Airlines is rolling out the giant iPhones to cabin crew from next year, enabling them to process onboard retail transactions, access operations manuals, and connect to the company's intranet.
Microsoft gets in the holiday spirit by doubling its free albums offering, making the total of free downloadable music albums a whopping 100 through the Music Deals & Xbox Music apps.
Last month, a rare iPod sold for $90,000 USD. Although most items depreciate in value over time, it looks like a select variety of Apple products have gained value after being discontinued.
One of Apple's ex-employees has been found guilty of selling confidential info to Apple's suppliers who would later send some cash the employee's way. He confessed and entered a plea agreement.
Joining in are Microsoft, Apple, Google and lots of other companies as well as individuals such as Bill Gates, Jessica Alba and Ashton Kutcher to help spread the word about coding to kids worldwide.
With the launch of the new iPhones, it seemed that Apple had given up on small devices. This might soon be about to change as a sketchy rumor emerges saying that a 4" iPhone is on the way.
Apple's longest standing device was recently discontinued, and it has spurred consumers to pay ridiculous prices for unused iPods with high capacity drives.
The big trial related to Apple's alleged anti-competitive practices against its rivals in the music downloading industry may simply be dropped after the plaintiffs failed to qualify.
Apple is being sued over antitrust concerns, with the plaintiffs claiming Apple stifled competition by taking actions such as deleting competitors' songs from its devices without a user's knowledge.
Microsoft spends a lot of money on research and development, more than Apple, Google, and Amazon but they did come up a bit short in other metrics according to a new report by PWC.