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Apple remained the top smartphone manufacturer in the US with 40.7% of market share.
A $100 million lawsuit versus Bell Mobility has been certified in Ontario Court over allegations prepaid credits should not expire.
More details have emerged in a lengthy article at the NYT about the original 2007 iPhone presentation.
Apple has added new pages on its website detailing tips and tricks for iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c users.
Evernote’s two-step verification previously available to Evernote Premium and Evernote Business users only, is now available to free users as well.
Rogers, Canada’s largest wireless carrier has decided to not sell the newest flagship BlackBerry.
Apple has given developers a heads-up that Mac apps will soon be eligible to participate in the Volume Purchase Program.
U.S. SEC has asked Apple to detail the names and tax rates of the countries where Apple houses its foreign cash.
Apple’s iPhone 5S has already overtaken the Samsung Galaxy S4 to become the top-selling smartphone at all four major carriers in US.
Who is the real voice behind Siri? CNN interview reveals the original voice of Siri.
Tim Cook has reflected on the second anniversary of the passing of Steve Jobs in a company-wide email.
Ottawa will likely reject the second Telus-Mobilicity deal was well.