Google Chrome Coming To Apple iPhone, iPad; Drive Also Gets iOS Treatment

After announcing a slew of new Android-optimized hardware and software products on Wednesday, Google announced on Thursday it will finally port Google Chrome, the second most popular Web browser in the world, to the iPhone and iPad operating system (iOS). In addition, Google will also release an iOS-optimized version of Google Drive, which is the company's cloud service for syncing and sharing information from your Google accounts to all your devices. Google Chrome Coming To Apple iPhone, iPa...

Apple Could Integrate iTunes Closer To iCloud

Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world's most valuable technology company, may change the way iTunes works so that it?s more closely integrated with the iCloud file-storage service, news services said.

'No iPad Killer': Why Google's Nexus 7 Will Extinguish Kindle's Fire

Aggressively priced at $199 for the 8GB model and $249 for the 16 GB model, the Nexus 7 is smaller than an iPad at 7 inches, but it's still packed with impressive innards, including a quad-core Tegra 3 processor, a 1.2-megapixel camera, 1GB of RAM, a 4,325mAh battery and NFC built in. The Nexus will start shipping next month with Google's updated Jelly Bean 4.1 OS.

Nexus Q Vs. Apple TV: Is Google's Cloud-Based Entertainment Hub Worth The Price? [VIDEO]

At its I/O Conference for developers in San Francisco, Google unveiled a new Android operating system called Jelly Bean, a brand-new tablet from Google called the Nexus 7, and even gave a demonstration and pre-order information for its highly-anticipated, high-tech headgear, also known as Project Glass. But one of the strange unveilings at I/O was the orb-shaped hub known as the Nexus Q, which was Google's response to the Apple TV.

Apple Delays MacBook Pro With Retina Display Shipping: Why Do Launch Orders Need Another Month?

If you hoped pre-ordering a new MacBook Pro with Retina Display would make you the first one on your block with Apple's latest, greatest laptop, think again. Many customers that placed orders for Apple's 15-inch Retina Display-powered MacBook Pro were originally quoted a 7-10 day waiting period. Those same customers are now receiving e-mails from Apple, stating their beautiful new laptops won't ship until or after July 25.

Apple?s Injunction Vs. Samsung: Temporary Victory?

Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world's most valuable technology company, has won a U.S. district court injunction against its supplier and rival Samsung Electronics (Seoul: 005930), which should help sales of the iPad.

iPhone '5' Rumors: Is Apple's 'Mini Dock Connector' Actually A Thunderbolt Port? [PICTURES]

Several tech sites claim that Apple has built smaller dock connectors for its new phone, dubbed the iPhone '5,' by some. Three independent manufacturers have agreed the 19-pin port is in the works, but one extremely interesting fact mentioned was the size of the 19-pin port: Apparently, the new mini dock connector is very similar to the size of the Thunderbolt port available on many current MacBook laptops. That got me thinking: What if that is a Thunderbolt port?

New iPhone '5' May Support NFC; Is Apple Ready To Release The iWallet?

Passbook will be formally introduced with iOS 6, but Apple may also announce an expansion of that software, specifically for an NFC-capable iPhone. With the recent discovery of iPhone prototypes embedded with code that specifically mentioned near-field communication components, there's an excellent chance the company's next iPhone, which many have already crowned the iPhone 5, will feature Apple's patented iWallet technology.


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Apple Responds To Anti-Farsi Bias Charge, More Cases Emerging: NIAC

After allegations of racial profiling by Apple Inc. employees against Farsi-speaking customers at Apple stores, the company issued a statement Friday saying it doesn't discriminate against anyone, but it failed to address accusations of specific incidents at Atlanta-area stores.
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Developers, Rejoice! Apple Launches App Store In 32 More Countries

As expected, the App Store has officially launched in 32 new countries as of Friday, including Albania, Fiji, Namibia, Nepal, and Ukraine. This means that app developers can now sell or distribute their applications for gaming, productivity, news, business, education and entertainment in a total of 155 countries around the globe.