Google upgrades its maps designed for Android based mobiles

In a bid to give a fresh competition to Apple, Internet giant Google is upgrading its maps that are specially designed for mobile phones that work on its Android software.

Google to pay USD 22.5 million for violating privacy

Internet giant Google has agreed to pay USD 22.5 million as fine to settle charges that it violated the default privacy norms of the Apple`s web browser, Safari, the US Federal regulators have said.

Why Steve Job`s death affected people so many?

The profound sense of loss and public mourning after the death of Steve Jobs was a reflection of the magnitude of impact he had on society and people through the technology he helped create.

Why Steve Job`s death affected people so many?

The profound sense of loss and public mourning after the death of Steve Jobs was a reflection of the magnitude of impact he had on society and people through the technology he helped create.

Apple drops ‘Mac computers immune from virus’ claim

Tech giant Apple has removed claims on its website that Mac computers do not get viruses, after hundreds of thousands of machines were hijacked by a Trojan earlier this year.

Apple compound may help burn fat, reduce obesity

A waxy compound found in apple peel may help reduce obesity and its associated health problems.

Steve Jobs feared his daughter would be kidnapped

Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, had in the 1980s expressed concern that his daughter might be kidnapped in an effort to blackmail him.

Google unveils its new digital mapping service

Google, on Wednesday, unveiled its new digital mapping service in order to be more convenient and convincing for the users.

Steve Jobs wanted to call iMac ‘MacMan’

Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs wanted to name the tech giant’s popular Mackintosh desktop computer as ‘MacMan’, instead of iMac.

`Apple begins test production of iTV in China`

Apple has reportedly secretly begun testing its much-awaited ``iTV`` in China, and is expected to unveil it before Christmas this year.

Apple asks Russian anti-virus firm to improve OS X security

Computer giant Apple has contracted specialists from Russian anti-virus company Kaspersky Lab to analyse the vulnerabilities of its Mac OS X operating system and improve its security.

Apple to drop Google Maps from iOS 6

Apple will drop Google Maps from its upcoming mobile platform iOS 6 in favour of its own mapping system, it was reported Friday.

Apple planning to launch $200-$250 7-inch iPad in October: Report

Tech giant Apple is reportedly planning to launch a smaller-seven-inch version of the iPad in October this year.

Apples, onions, oranges `can prevent blood clots`

A team have found that a chemical found in apples, oranges and onions could prevent blood clot formation in the arteries and veins.

Greenpeace urges Apple to use clean energy

Greenpeace India activists Tuesday urged global computer maker Apple to use renewable energy to power its data centres worldwide instead of fossil fuels like coal for protecting the fragile ecology.

Apple plans to use Liquidmetal technology in next iPhone

Apple plans to use a Liquidmetal technology, a new alloy, in its ``breakthrough product``, one of its inventors has revealed.

Unseen Steve Jobs` interview to be released

A never-before-seen interview with Apple founder Steve Jobs will premiere next month.

Apple crushes Street targets, dispels iPhone fears

Apple Inc`s quarterly results beat Wall Street estimates on stronger-than-expected demand for the iPhone.

Rumors swirl of smaller iPad, which Jobs detested

Talk has revived of a smaller iPad model, an idea company founder Steve Jobs derided publicly a year before he died.

US judge sends Apple, Samsung to settlement talks

Apple Inc and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd agreed that their chief executives would participate in settlement talks to try to resolve a patent lawsuit over smartphone and tablet technology.