The Apple Watch is fueling the emerging smartwatch market and is expected to be the top seller in the segment for next few years, a market research report showed Wednesday.
The latest iPhones have helped Apple gain smartphone market share in Europe and China, with a large number of customers switching from Android devices, a market tracker said Wednesday.
Apple Watch isn't so much a lifestyle revolution as it is a collection of small enhancements that add up.
Microsoft expects its newest operating system, Windows 10, to be running on 1 billion computers within two to three years.
Shipments of the highly anticipated Apple Watch are reportedly being slowed by a faulty component manufactured by one of Apple's suppliers in China.
Apple has a history of deciding what features we need, and more important, what features we don't need in our computers and mobile devices.
It's an annoying problem for the unlucky few: the Apple Watch's heart rate monitor and even some other features might not work if you have a tattoo on your wrist.
Millions of Japanese seniors could receive iPads under a programme to supply the elderly with specially equipped tablets that remind them when to take medicine and advise where to find community support services.
Apple aficionados who are also fans of body art are finding out that dark tattoos can daunt the iconic company's hot new smartwatch.
Apple, IBM and Japanese insurance and bank holding company Japan Post have formed a partnership to improve the lives of elderly people in the country.