Sure, Microsoft finally brought Office to the iPhone, but was it just lip service or something substantial?
Microsoft's launch of Office Mobile for the iPhone will be a "game changer that will shift momentum back on the Redmond giant's side," predicted Tony Bradley, an independent analyst and Forbes contributor.
Long after rumors first surfaced about the possibility of Office 2013 making its appearance on iOS devices, Microsoft this week finally released a version of Office for iOS.
Microsoft is extending its signature Office productivity suite to Apple's iOS, enabling Office 365 subscribers to access, view and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents on the go.
Apple iOS devices are vulnerable to malware injection through their charging ports, according to researchers Billy Lau, Yeongjin Jang and Chengyu Song. Currently scheduled to present their findings at Black Hat 2013 conference in July, the trio will unveil their proof of concept power charger built using a BeagleBoard.
The European Union's antitrust regulators are investigating whether Apple's iPhone agreements with mobile operators violate EU antitrust rules, according to a report by Reuters
There's good news and bad news about Apple's recent earnings report. The good news: Apple beat Wall Street's expectations. The bad news, Wall Street wasn't expecting much.
Rumors are circulating that Tim Cook could be on his way out as head of Apple, as the firm prepares to release what Wall Street analysts are predicting will be disappointing financial results on Tuesday.
LinkedIn is rolling out redesigned applications for Apple's iPhone and Google's Android, promising new personalization options as well as more efficient access to professional information and insights.
In a series of articles that won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory reporting this week, the New York Times accused Apple of sidestepping billions of dollars in taxes and ignoring labor abuses and hazardous working conditions at its suppliers' factories.