Some things still unclear about Apple's iCloud plans
Apple is finally getting into the cloud computing game, but many critical details still have to be sorted out.
iOS 5 jailbroken before its release
Upcoming Steve Jobs biography an Amazon bestseller
A biography of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has hit the bestseller charts on Amazon even though it won't be released until March of next year.
Apple's cloud music could finally make piracy pay
Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs on Monday introduced more than just a cloud storage system for songs that fans buy legitimately through iTunes. He unveiled a system that might finally get music lovers to pay for the songs they ...
Portable ultrasound now available for horses
Healing for horses has gone portable.
Spotify launches syncing with Apple's iPod
Swedish music streaming service Spotify on Wednesday launched an application enabling users to synchronise playlists and songs purchased through its service with Apple's iPod, a clear challenge to Apple's ...
Apple sets new operating systems for iPhone, Mac
Apple said Monday that it will unveil the next generation operating systems for the iPhone and the Macintosh computer at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco in June.
Queen's develops new brain training app for research into aging minds
Researchers at Queen's University Belfast are taking the first step towards discovering the true effectiveness of brain training exercises with the release of their own app aimed at those over 50.
Social platform Ning weaves in smartphone contacts
Social website platform Ning on Monday went mobile with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch applications that weave lists of contacts into virtual cliques that people can take with them on the go.
Yap.TV lets viewers chat as they watch
Startup Yap.TV believes that whether shows are streamed over the Internet, airwaves, or cable lines people will always want to talk about what they are watching.
EA sees bright digital future despite loss
US videogame giant Electronic Arts (EA) on Tuesday reported a deepened loss in the last quarter but saw a bright future as players opt increasingly for online play and digital downloads.
Pay for a latte by mobile at Starbucks
US coffee chain Starbucks on Wednesday began allowing customers in its US stores to keep their cash and credit cards in their wallets and pay for their drinks with mobile phones.
With travel app, no one knows you're a tourist
(AP) -- Tourist in my own city? Ack. I learned within days of moving to New York City earlier this year that a) Times Square must be avoided at all costs and b) you don't want to look like a tourist. The ...
Japan's Sharp to build LCD lines for smartphones: report
Japan's Sharp Corp. will build production lines to make small and midsized liquid crystal displays for smartphones including Apple's iPhone, a report said Friday.