Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
Could claim $100,000 as a result.
No wrongdoing admitted, naturally.
$300,000 Apple-1 the jewel in the crown.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has mocked Microsoft's Metro UI-led convergence plans.
Apple has announced a brand new iPhone model, the iPhone 4S.
Steve Jobs returns from sick leave to launch the iPad 2.
Multiple sources confirm iPad 2 launch date, despite rumoured production problems.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple's follow up to the iPad has entered production.
A rare Apple-1 microcomputer, which kickstarted the PC revolution, has come up for auction.
Apple has detailed the new version of the iPhone 4, announcing a 24th June release date.
Apple has issued a rare open letter from Steve Jobs which outlines why there's no Flash on the iPhone.
Apple has launched the iPad tablet, just like everyone expected.
Steve Jobs is back at work according to a brief statement from Apple that confirms his return from medical leave in January.
The next version of iTunes is due to bring Blu-ray playback to the Mac - and not before time - according to information on the "About iTunes" dialogue.
Steve Jobs has issued a statement that reveals he is taking extended sick leave from Apple in order to focus on getting well.
Apple fan site MacRumours has compiled a list of information regarding the iPhone App Store, due to officially launch this Thursday. The good news is it includes a bunch of freebies!
All those wanting an iPhone in the UK, the wait is almost over. O2 will be be the network when it is released in November for £269.
Just 74 days after its launch, Apple has sold more then one million iPhones to the US market.
We're PC users here at bit-tech. PC users to the core. That's why, when we first saw pictures of the new iMac being ripped to pieces, we just had to have an evil chuckle. Well, Joe did...
The unknown author of The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs has been ousted by NY Times writer.
The Mozilla Foundation's President has gone on record to say some pretty nasty things about Apple and Steve Jobs after the company's recent announcement on its browser, Safari.
Steve Jobs and EMI promised non-DRM music by the end of May - and delivered.
UPDATED STORY - Steve Jobs is attending a PR event with troubled record label EMI for some "big news." Could the Beatles finally be coming to itunes?
Will the pair come to blows when they appear together at the Wall Street Journal conference? Let's hope so.
Taking Steve Jobs totally out of context, the American record industry unsurprisingly suggests that more DRM is a great win for consumers.
Steve-o reminds people who is the boss of their technology, stating that he will approve "absolutely everything" that goes onto the device.
Months after a shake-up was uncovered with Apple's stock option plans, it looks like the government is finally taking notice. The SEC is looking into investigations of fraud.
Kevin Rose of Digg fame has announced his feelings on an iPhone - funny enough, they sound like everyone else's thoughts.
In a stunning climbdown for Steve Jobs, it will let Creative make iPod accessories and fork out some serious dosh to appease its rival.
Steve-o and Co. have moved open-source, at least for past releases. The kernel for OSX 10.4.7, as well as iCal, Bonjour, and Launchd have been made public.
Is Apple going all NetFlix on us? It seems like this could be the case, as pay-to-own may become pay-to-rent on the Music Store.
Jobs is rallying Hollywood to create a movie store in the same vein as his music enterprise, the story goes.
Apple Records loses out to Apple Computer, meaning that the iPod-maker can keep expanding into the music industry. Don't expect to see Sgt. Pepper's on iTunes any time soon!
Variable pricing for songs on the store? Not if Jobs has his way, and it rather looks like he will, according to new reports.
IDF SPRING 06: The chap at the helm of Viiv jokes about Apple's Front Row media software and shows off some technology that will make it into future versions of Viiv.
The network that shows Lost and Desperate Housewives will be conducting a download experiment this year. Could this be the beginning of the IPTV era?