The device, nicknamed "iPhone Air," will be released in 2015 versus a previously reported release time of September, a report said Tuesday.
Would the end of the anti-poaching case in Silicon Valley trigger "star wars?," asks lawyer and San Diego State professor Dan Eaton.
Walter Mossberg, Re/Code co-executive editor, breaks down Apple's product cycle and compares the tech giant's reprocessing of products to a movie studio.
Industry-watchers believe that rather than closing the book on Nokia, sealing the $7.5 billion deal could give it a new lease of life.
Apple doesn't want you to text and drive. And here's what it's done to stop you, according to Apple Insider.
CNBC's Cadie Thompson discusses what investors are hoping to hear from Apple during their upcoming earnings report.
The S&P 500 should deliver a double-digit return in 2014, fund manager Ed Keon told CNBC. And the low on April 11 has a "pretty good chance" of being the recent bottom, he added.
After years of legal battling, four big tech companies will go on trial in May. They are accused of conspiring to keep their employees down.
Square has been in talks with several rivals for a possible sale as the mobile payments startup looks to stem widening losses and dwindling cash.
Apple and Google are wooing developers to ensure that top game titles arrive first on devices powered by their operating system, the WSJ reported.
Is the US economy really picking up steam? Earnings this week could provide a clue.
Facebook’s innovation engine may have stalled, but Mark Zuckerberg has been revamping the way it creates and distributes new services. NYT reports.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports Apple's buyback program could get a big boost when the company reports earnings next Wednesday.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer's aggressive plan to get Apple to dump Google as its default search engine and replace it with Yahoo mobile search.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has set out to convince Apple to make Yahoo the default search engine on its Safari browser on the iPhone and iPad.
Canada's Silicon Valley is seeing a boom of start-ups after BlackBerry's meltdown. More than 450 were created last year—four times the 2009 amount.
The wireless industry announced a voluntary commitment to include new anti-theft technology on phones starting next year.
Start-ups often find it tough to protect their ideas, especially when faced with so-called "clone factories." But most are unfazed.
Jonathan Geller of BGR says Amazon's new phone is a gimmick, and says it won't compete with Samsung or Apple.