If the $550 price tag of the iPhone 5C hadn't already made it clear that the C stands for "color" (as in the case) and not for "cheap,"Apple CEO Tim Cook reiterated to Bloomberg Businessweek's Sam Grobart that the company isn't interested in making low-end phones for the masses.
This photo depicting Syrian rebels using an iPad to fire mortars might also show these Syrian rebels violating Apple's terms of service agreement.
BlackBerry's planning on laying off 40 percent of its workforce — or somewhere around 5,000 employees — the second big layoff in two years, which, unfortunately, matches the general downward trajectory of the beleaguered smartphone maker.
For those of you opting out of buying one of the two new iPhones coming out this week, there's still the new mobile operating system, iOS 7, to consider.
With Apple's two new iPhones set to go on sale in just two days, the tech reviewers have given interested consumers far too many words to read about the iPhone 5S and 5C.
Esquire's editor in chief spends a lot of quality time with The New York Times except on Sundays because of all the trend stories.
If iPhone pre-order figures, or lack thereof, are any indication of how well the new Apple-phone models will sell, Apple is in trouble.
After a brief period of censorship-free Internet in Iran, the Iranian government has clarified that yesterday's Facebook and Twitter access was not new freedoms of speech being provided by the new regime, but just a glitch.
Poor Twitter. Once again, the platform is getting all the blame for the spread of misinformation during today's breaking news event, when, really, the media facilitated the spread of false reports way before Twitter existed.
Upworthy, a website that aggregates and repackages articles from around the Internet, just raised $8 million in its third round of funding, which raises the question: How will Upworthy eventually make money?
Bustle.com founder and notable mansplainer Bryan Goldberg asks "why not me?" in this week's New Yorker and the article pretty much answers that question with the opening image.
Following the most high-profile Syrian Electronic Army media hack yet, the FBI has acknowledged the threat of the hacker group, according to a memo via Public Intelligence.
After nearly 40 days of painful waiting for the 40 Days of Dating duo, the very last post on their beautiful blog went up and the couple has, sadly, broken up.
As next week's iPhone event approaches, more rumors and leaks have suggested that Apple will indeed announce the much-talked-about cheap iPhone, and yet, the price remains a mystery.
The rumor of an iPhablet — that's an Apple phone-tablet hybrid — lives on, with The Wall Street Journal reporting that the iCompany is considering selling phones with screens ranging from 4.8 to 6 inches
One would think that with all the intense outrage over Yahoo's new logo that this logo is the most cared about logo to ever grace our eyes, but it's not.
With some consumers and one particular New York Times writer still unwilling to spend more than $70,000 on a car that requires considerable planning to drive long distances, Elon Musk will take his Tesla Model S on a cross-country road trip to prove the reliability of the electric vehicle.
Want to Web 2.0 your Yom Kippur? Known as the Day of Atonement, this highest of Jewish holidays now has a hashtag of its own.
After two days of intense Internet criticism, Good Part of Town — the start-up formerly known as Ghetto Tracker before the company realized the name wasn't "serious" enough — has shut down.