Attention is turning to Apple this week amid expectations that it’s announcing a new iPhone. Plus, Seattle’s Amazon announced four new Kindle Fire models and a new line of stand-alone e-readers, while Nokia and Motorola unveiled five new smartphones between them. Makers of consumer electronics, including Seattle’s Microsoft, are refreshing their products for the holiday shopping season.
Bellevue-based T-Mobile USA, the only “Big 4″ phone company that doesn’t sell the iPhone, now wants to snag used ones from AT&T.
The only thing that anyone definitely knows about the new iPhone is that Apple is planning to show off something on the 12th and a new iPhone couldn’t have come in at a more important time for the tech company.
Apple’s rivals are hoping that a head start on the buzz will translate into stronger sales.
Four Army soldiers based in southeast Georgia killed a former comrade and his girlfriend to protect an anarchist militia group they formed that stockpiled assault weapons and plotted a range of anti-government attacks, prosecutors told a judge Monday.
After a year of scorched-earth litigation, a jury decided Friday that Samsung ripped off the innovative technology used by Apple to create its revolutionary iPhone and iPad.
Apple’s stock hit a new high Friday after a four-month swoon, as investors looked ahead to the release of a new iPhone and possibly a smaller iPad.
Seattle-based Nordstrom has introduced a nifty new app for iPad users. Not only does the app allow you to shop and make purchases, but to mix and match wardrobe pieces, develop a personalized homepage and more.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
Apple will start selling the iPad in China on July 20 after paying $60 million to settle a dispute over the ownership of the tablet computer’s name.