Apple iPhone 5 Expectations Could Cause A Pause In Purchase Of iPhones Prior To Fall Release, Says Analyst

The next generation Apple iPhone, unofficially dubbed the iPhone 5, has already created much hype around the tech world months before its expected release. But according to Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves, high expectations related to iPhone 5 among Apple fans all around the world could cause a larger-than-expected pause in buying iPhones ahead of the device's release later this year.

Microsoft Surface: What Would Steve Jobs Think?

Microsoft has always been known as a software company, but that perception changed on Monday when the company unveiled its first-ever tablet in Los Angeles. Even though Apple popularized the tablet genre with the iPad, Microsoft's Surface tablet will directly compete with the bestselling tablet, as it is slightly thinner, features a bigger screen, and it can also do several things the iPad can't do, such as type well or sit up straight.

Microsoft Surface: 5 Tablet Features That Trump Apple's iPad

In a radical shift for Bill Gates' 37-year-old software company, Microsoft unveiled a tablet in Los Angeles on Monday. The Surface aims to be a direct competitor to Apple's iPad, sporting a form factor that's thinner than Apple's tablet, and it also tackles several things the award-winning iPad can't do, like type well or stand up straight.

Father?s Day 2012: Top 7 Tech Gift Ideas For Work, Play And Everything In Between

With Father?s Day right around the corner, some shoppers may be scrambling to find the perfect last-minute gift for their dad. Ditch the lame ties and boring paperweights and find something dad will really appreciate. For the tech-savvy fathers and those who can barely send a text, these gadget gifts are sure to provide a pleasant surprise this Sunday.

iOS 6 Features Apple Didn't Show At WWDC 2012

As expected, Apple unveiled iOS 6 -- the next-gen mobile operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch -- the 2012 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. Nobody knew what Apple would include in its latest update for iOS, but with more than 200 new features added to the mobile platform, this will the most comprehensive update Apple has ever released to its mobile devices.

Microsoft Tablet? Buzz Says iPad Rival Due

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), the world's biggest software company, is expected to make a new consumer push by announcing its own Windows Tablet for shipment next quarter, industry analysts said.

$450 Pizza Sold in Canada: Twitter Reacts

Simple everyday dishes adorned with expensive ingredients are becoming something of a trend; the latest installment comes from a small pizza chain: a $450 pie topped with lobster, black Alaskan cod and a side of Russian Osetra Caviar.

Apple To Release 13-Inch MacBook Pro With Retina Display In October 2012?

Before Apple shocked the WWDC audience with a completely-redesigned MacBook Pro with a stunning Retina Display, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted Apple would unveil such a notebook, and he even correctly forecast most of the features. On Thursday, describes how Apple will follow up the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro with a smaller, 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display, to be released in October 2012.


Apple To Release New iMac Without A Retina Display In Late 2012?

Apple To Release New iMac In Late 2012, Early 2013?

Apple was expected to update nearly every computer for the 2012 WWDC, including every iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. But while fans were generally pleased by what was announced, the iMac got no love from Apple. According to MacRumors, however, new iMacs may be hitting shelves sooner rather than later.
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Apple Newsstand Gets Much-Needed Boost From Time Inc. Magazines Deal

Time Inc., the largest magazine publisher in the U.S., has decided to embrace digital distribution. On Wednesday, Time Inc. announced that it will make all of its magazines available over the Newsstand application built by Apple, which exists on its iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices.
MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review: Apple Combines Beauty With Power

MacBook Pro With Retina Display Review: Apple Connects Beauty With Power

Announced on Monday at WWDC 2012 in San Francisco, the new MacBook Pro with Retina Display has been completely redesigned by Apple from the ground up. Several new architectural features have been included outside and inside the computer shell to make the computer stronger, faster and less noisy, but the real showstopper is the display.
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Tech Dividends - Creeping Old Age Or Just Rewards?

After 28 years, Dell (Nasdaq: DELL), the No. 3 computer company, plans to pay shareholders a small dividend, 8 cents a quarter. Later this year, Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world's most valuable technology company, will resume paying dividends after 17 years.