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Apple finally unveiled the highly-anticipated iPhone 5. Was it everything Apple fans were hoping for? Here's what people were buzzing about on Twitter.
Apple on Wednesday lifted the curtain on the eagerly-awaited fifth update to its popular iPhone, the latest salvo in the digital wars that pits the technology behemoth against a host of smartphone competitors.
Apple is taking the stage today to show off what is widely expected to be the latest version of the iPhone.
Apple has apparently slipped-up and revealed the name of it's latest iPhone, the iPhone 5, via an inactive link that was posted on its website before Apple's highly anticipated event Wednesday, according to a report.
Based on the leaks out of accessory makers and parts suppliers, it seems that the shape of the dock is changing for the first time since the early days of the iPod.
In all the gadget hype around a new iPhone, it can be all too easy to lose sight of the dollars and cents. So let's have a look at what a new flagship phone could mean for Apple in monetary terms.
Zuckerberg says Facebook thinks it will make more on mobile than desktop, in first interview since company went public. The stock rose over 2% after-hours as he spoke.
The chipmaker Texas Instruments narrowed its expected ranges for third-quarter earnings and revenue Tuesday.
One question will surely be hanging over the head of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday when he gives his first interview since the company's rocky initial public offering in May.
Web hosting company GoDaddy said Tuesday the outage it experienced Monday was not caused by hackers and that customers' data were never at risk.
Alleged pictures of Apple's iPad mini appeared on the French website Nowhereelse.fr, the same blog that posted alleged images of the iPhone 5 in late August.
Apple will put the investor maxim "buy on the rumor, sell on the news" to the test this week when it unveils its latest surprises that may include an iPhone 5 and possibly an iPad mini
Facebook investors will find out Tuesday whether CEO Mark Zuckerberg can finally shift attention to the company's future from its botched IPO, the USA Today reports.
Zynga's chief marketing officer Jeff Karp is leaving the gaming firm, the company said Monday.
Hewlett-Packard is planning to cut about 2,000 more jobs than it had previously announced, as CEO Meg Whitman tries to turn the company around.
The web hosting company GoDaddy.com is down and the issue seems to be affecting other websites and servers as well. A member of the hacktivist group Anonymous is claiming to be responsible for taking down the site.
Toys R Us plans to launch its own tablet computer aimed at children called Tabeo on Oct. 21, a low-priced entry into the increasingly crowded tablet business.
Actress Emma Watson is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online in 2012, according to internet security firm McAfee.
The chairman of Sabanci Holding, one of Turkey’s most powerful family-run conglomerates, said no decision had yet been made on the fate of its joint venture with Europe’s largest retailer, Carrefour.
Google and Amazon are waging a war to become the pre-eminent online mall. And e-commerce sites large and small are caught in the cross-fire, the New York Times reports.
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