Apple's product launches always see those who have drunk the Kool-Aid from Cupertino come out drooling and shouting "best ever" even in their sleep. It has been said that Apple is something like a cult and that does not really seem far-fetched.
Steven Paul Jobs sought to leave a dent in the universe, and he did, changing the world with his vision and determination, creating the world's most successful technology company and changing personal computing for the better.
On the first of April, 1976, Apple was launched, and today, while it has plenty of detractors and copycats, it is the world's most impressive technology company that sets the pace all others follow.
Alvy Ray Smith is one of the living legends of our modern age, and his talk at the University of Sydney was a fascinating look at the history of the pixel, graphics, Pixar and plenty more.
Apple will increase its reach into services this year as they are much more profitable than hardware, with one such service being video streaming, a veteran technology journalist has predicted in his annual forecasts.
Apple has become the first publicly listed American company to achieve a US$1 trillion value, with the firm achieving the milestone when its shares hit US$207.04 at about noon on Thursday.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has tweeted a quote from Steve Jobs in memory of his birthday as a touching gesture, but Ethereum scammers have hijacked replies with false promises of free money.
A "technical error" has been blamed by Dow Jones for a story that was issued on its news wires overnight, saying that Google was buying Apple – and for a relatively paltry sum of US$9 billion.
On Thursday, 29 June, it will have been 10 years since the iPhone first launched and changed the world forever – and continues doing so to this very day.
Devout Apple users are lamenting the lack of innovation and that “je ne sais quoi” thrill they used to feel when a new product was released.
Apple has launched a new "photo book" telling the story of design at Apple over the past 20 years in small or large sizes.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has teamed up with PARC — formerly Xerox PARC, the Silicon Valley company where Steve Jobs found the technology for the Apple Mac — in a partnership aimed at providing a conduit into Silicon Valley for Australian companies and to advance Australia's growth through innovation.
The most revealing part of the press release announcing the fact that Apple has open-sourced its Swift programming language lies right at the end. And it is rather disturbing.
A little more than two years ago, Apple took its first steps towards being the leader in the next phase of computing – the mobile desktop.
The concept of wearable technology is as old as the hills and the latest indications are that not even the mighty Apple can convince us that strapping computers on our wrists is cool.
American talk show host and journalist Charlie Rose sat down with enigmatic Apple CEO Tim Cook for about two hours, but what exactly did we learn about the man who has the unenviable task of following the late great Steve Jobs, and his company that is about to embark upon its biggest product release to date?
Apple iGod Steve Jobs may have become famous for bringing an iDevice into every household but it's been revealed he wasn't so keen on bringing the gadgets into his own home, at least when it came to his kids.
There are some pretty huge Apple fans out there, including those willing to wait overnight for a new iPhone, but you could prove yourself to be the greatest of all and purchase two of Apple's huge rainbow logos, from the walls of the company's HQ, set to be auctioned for at least $10,000 each.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak isn't shy and often uses his star power for good... but rarely is it as touching as this.
Apple's amazing new second campus, dubbed the 'spaceship', has been cleared for construction by Californian officials.
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