Apple is set to debut its iCloud service Monday at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Caltrans unveiled a bevy of new tools Tuesday to help motorists navigate a new Bay Bridge realignment that will be put into place over Memorial Day weekend.
Apple is facing a lawsuit from aPennsylvania man whose 9-year-old daughter racked up $200 buying “Zombie Toxin” and other game items on an iPod.
Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs, who is currently out on medical leave, will be deposed to testify in an antitrust suit related to its iPod music players and iTunes store.
Apple said its net income for the most recent quarter rose 78 percent as holiday shoppers snapped up more iPads than analysts predicted.
Two days after school officials in Belmont discovered that more than $50,000 of equipment went missing from Carlmont High School over the holiday weekend, Wells Fargo announced it would donate $5,000 to help replace the stolen equipment.
Police in Belmont are reviewing video footage from security cameras at Carlmont High School where suspects broke into a classroom during the holiday weekend and stole thousands of dollars worth of equipment.
Apple Inc. released new software Monday that lets owners of the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad to print wirelessly over Wi-Fi networks.
The Beatles are finally coming to the Internet. Apple Inc. said its iTunes service will sell music from the Fab Four. The Beatles have so far been the most prominent holdout from iTunes and other online music services.
The Walkman, the Sony cassette device that forever changed music listening before becoming outdated by digital MP3 players and iPods, has died. It was 31 years old.