The latest news on Apple Inc.
Slowing iPod sales and economic jitters send its stock tumbling.
In what many analysts see as a worrisome sign of the breadth and severity of the current economic downturn, technology giant Apple yesterday released disappointing sales projections for the upcoming quarter. Despite beating Wall Street expectations in the first quarter of fiscal 2008, Apple says its second-quarter sales, though still predicted to rise, will not meet the market's expectations.
Its new online rental service prompts an immediate response from Netflix.
An author learns the tricks of popular retailers by going to work for them.
Apple loosens its lasso to get movies, while the music industry chafes at iTunes' tight hold.
Cellphone maker Nokia is an early adopter of a new approach to selling digital tunes.
Consumers can't understand newfangled links between PCs and TVs.
In a year of blockbusters, it's safe to say Apple had a dud in its Apple TV.
Not even Bento for the Mac can make electronic cataloging sound truly easy.
Reports are that it commits the ultimate faux pas: deleting data.