These were Steve Jobs' exact words, spoken almost three years ago at Apple's 2010 Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco: "We're going to the standards bodies, starting tomorrow, and we're going to make FaceTime an open industry standard."
These were Steve Jobs' exact words, spoken almost three years ago at Apple's 2010 Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco: "We're going to the standards bodies, starting tomorrow, and we're going to make FaceTime an open industry standard." Although a lot has happened since then--Jobs' passing, a number of new iPads, iPhones and iOS updates--it is a promise that seems unlikely to be fulfilled anytime soon.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and Google CEO Larry Page have been holding talks on a range of patent issues, including the mobile patent disputes between their two companies, according to Reuters .
Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs was "very receptive" to the idea of a 7-inch iPad by early 2011, according to evidence submitted during the patent-infringement trial between Apple and Samsung Electronics.
Apple's ( NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone has been a phenomenally successful product since it was first introduced in 2007. However, Apple has suffered through a number of controversies. Indeed, problems and ...
The Internet was abuzz this weekend as a former Apple ( Nasdaq: AAPL ) engineer took to Twitter to criticize his former employer's most recent effort to revise its Apple TV alternative set-top box.
Apple ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) CEO Tim Cook has only been in the top spot at the company since August, and after he took over for the late Steve Jobs he promised Apple would not change. However, according to
Apple ended its recent quarter with more than $81 billion in cash. This amount is nearly unprecedented in corporate history, especially in the tumultuous technology space. Naturally, pressure has
Apple ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs was so incensed with Google's ( NASDAQ:GOOG ) Android platform and what he perceived as Android's copying of the iPhone that he threatened to go
The death of Apple ( NASDAQ:AAPL ) co-founder Steve Jobs earlier this month at the age of 56 focused the world's attention on his leadership skills. While many have criticized his style--saying that he