Apple testing large-screen iPhones

Apple Inc. is reportedly testing large-screen iPhones, with some designs going as large as six inches.

Intel to launch Internet television service

Computer chip maker Intel has announced that it will launch an Internet television service with live and on-demand content.

Apple`s `iPad` is the only tablet people know

Apple is on the verge of doing what few others have: change the English language.

Company sues Apple over iPad name in Shanghai

Apple Inc. defended its right to use the iPad trademark in China in a heated court hearing on Wednesday.

Apple launches new legal attack on Samsung phones

Apple Inc has asked a federal court in California to block Samsung Electronics Co Ltd from selling its new Galaxy Nexus smartphones.

Apple CEO Tim Cook gets $380-mn pay package

Apple Inc`s Chief Executive Tim Cook, who succeeded legendary Steve Jobs as head of the global technology giant, has received about USD 380 million (about Rs 2,000 crore) as his compensation package for 2011.

Apple planning `important` event in Jan-end

Technology giant Apple is expected to make an "important" announcement at an event the company is planning later this month.

Soon, hydrogen powered gadgets that last for weeks

Apple is said to be working on laptops and smartphones powered by hydrogen fuel cells that would last for weeks without needing to be refuelled.

Australian court extends ban on Galaxy tab sales

Australia`s highest court temporarily extended a ban on sales of Samsung`s Galaxy tablet computers in the country.

Apple launches iTunes Match a couple weeks late

Apple has turned on its iTunes Match service — although it`s two weeks late.

Dutch court rejects Samsung suit against Apple

Samsung had argued that Apple had infringed patents on several aspects of its 3G telephone technology.