Apple unveils iPhone 6, 6 Plus, Apple Watch

Putting to rest months of speculation, tech giant Apple today unveiled two thinner and larger screened smartphones, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6-Plus, as it looks to fend off competition from Korean handset maker Samsung.

Tech giants call on US to reform surveillance laws

Eight leading US-based technology companies on Monday called on Washington to overhaul its surveillance laws following the revelations of online eavesdropping from fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.

Yahoo`s top ten `most searched for tech items` in 2013 revealed!

Internet giant Yahoo has reportedly unveiled this year`s top ten `most searched for` tech items list, which has seen Apple as an unrivalled winner once again.

Apple details report on government data requests

Apple on Tuesday released details of government requests for its data while protesting a "gag order" that limits what can be disclosed about US national security orders.

eBay loses bid to dismiss US suit over recruiting

A US judge on Friday refused eBay`s (EBAY.O) attempt to dismiss a US Department of Justice civil lawsuit over its alleged agreement with Intuit to refrain from recruiting each other`s employees.

Now, Apple CEO Tim Cook joins Twitter bandwagon!

Apple CEO Tim Cook is the latest to join Twitter, as the latest iPhones continue to sell-out and the launch of new iOS7 has customers all excited.

Apple`s developer website hacked

Apple Inc, the iconic maker of iPhone and iPad, has temporarily shut down its developer site after a hacker last week tried to steal personal information about the most valued technology firm`s software developers.

Apple`s developer website attacked

Apple Inc`s (AAPL.O) main website for developers remains shut after intruders tried to steal sensitive information last week.

Americans find Google more reputable than Facebook and Apple: Poll

Majority of people prefer using Google over its rivals Apple and Facebook when it comes to the all-important game of reputation, a new poll has found.

Google to pay Apple $ 1 bn to remain iOS default search engine

Google will pay Apple one billion dollars next year to keep its position as the default search engine in iOS, a report has claimed.

Apple experimenting with `iWatch`

Tech giant Apple is `experimenting with wristwatch-like devices made of curved glass,` a report has claimed.

Steve Jobs` dream `was to design iCar`

Apple`s visionary co-founder Steve Jobs` final ambition before he died was to see Apple to dominate the roads with its `iCars`.

Apple cuts iPhone 5 screen orders due to `weak demand`

Apple Inc has almost halved its order of LCD panels for the iPhone 5 due to weaker demand for the latest smartphone than the tech giant expected.

20 bn apps downloaded from Apple App Store in 2012

Almost 20 billion applications have been downloaded from the Apple App Store in 2012, the iPhone maker has said.

Google Maps app available for iPhone

Popular online mapping system, Google Maps app has made a come back to iOS on Thursday.

`Man behind Apple`s new `flawed` Maps app ousted`

A man behind Apple Maps, which were widely criticized over various omissions and errors, has reportedly been ousted.

`There will never be Google Maps app for Apple iOS`

Tech firm Apple will not approve a Google Maps iOS app, sources at Google familiar with its mapping plans have revealed.

Apple delays latest iTunes upgrade ‘to get it right`

Apple has announced that the latest version of its iTunes will not be released this month as planned because the firm wants to take a little more time to ‘make it right’.

Apple’s scroll technology patents ruled invalid

US Patent and Trademark Office has ruled that 20 patents relating to scroll technology ‘are invalid’, the BBC reports.

Learn from Google, blur sensitive sites on map: Taiwan tells Apple

Taiwan is asking Apple Inc to blur a map image of its new USD 1.4 billion early warning radar station.