Samantha Murphy It may seem like everyone already has all the mobile devices they need, but global shipments for notebooks, tablets and smartphones reached 308.
Seth Fiegerman Apple's iOS 7 appears to take features from photo apps, file-sharing apps, weather apps, music streaming services and password protection tools.
The once-sexy iPhone is starting to look small and chubby.
Macman Apple's Maps app has come in for criticism, but the iPhone is still heading in the right direction.
Macman iPhones never fall far from the tree in this connected environment.
Katie Cincotta The choice between the iPhone 5 and its HTC rival comes down to personal preferences in our one-on-one match-up.
In another blow to the credibility of Apple Maps, the company has delayed the turn-by-turn navigation feature in Australia, making us the last country to receive the upgrade.
Will Oremus In another embarrassing blunder for Apple, asking its voice assistant Siri "how much damage did Hurricane Sandy do" returns information about the US National Hockey League.
James Manning Apple is working on a more affordable version of the iPhone that would sell for as little as $300 and could be released as early as the middle of this year, according to reports.
Jon Erlichman and Brian Womack Facebook is talking to Apple about crafting a version of its new mobile software for the iPhone.
Salvador Rodriguez There are plenty of rumours on the web about the next iPhone, but you should trust only a few of them.
An Apple recruiting video was discovered this week that gives viewers an extensive look inside the company's headquarters, and may also contain another clue that Apple is working on a larger iPhone.
Asher Moses Councils say there is nothing they can do about a new mobile app that drivers in Australian capital cities are using to skirt parking meter fees and fines.
Ben Grubb An Australian man has become one of the first to hack the iPhone 4S voice recognition app Siri but his motives were not sinister – he wants to use the smartphone as a home automation tool.
Garry Barker Phone makers team up to tackle Apple, writes Garry Barker.
Asher Moses An American filmmaker who was injured and trapped under rubble in the devastating Haiti earthquake credits a first-aid iPhone application with helping him get out alive after 65 hours.
Louisa Hearn iPhone may rule the smartphone sector for now, but market researchers predict that the dominance of Apple's popular handset could be toppled by Google's Android mobile platform within three years.
People in the dating scene will be able to use iPhones as "sleaze detectors" to quickly check whether aspiring mates are creeps or gems.
Apple iPhone owners wondering if there is a case of swine flu nearby can now find out instantly with a new program that tracks outbreaks of infectious diseases.
David Flynn There is, as the advertisements say, an app for just about everything and they're all on the App Store Apple's one-stop shop for browsing and downloading software for the iPhone.