Reports that iPhones and Android phones track the owners' movements have revived privacy concerns. The list of who wants the data – from police to marketers – is potentially a long one.
iPhone lawsuit started with Apple suing Samsung. Now the Korea company is fighting back with its own iPhone lawsuit.
iPhone tracking shows everywhere you've been. Why would Apple save this information?
Watch out, Obama: Everyone else has caught up to everything you did in 2008 – and all the tools you had then have become a lot more sophisticated.
Apple earnings to beat consensus, one analyst says. Also of note: Gold's new high and closing arguments in Rajaratnam insider-trading trial.
After Standard & Poor's downgraded its outlook on US debt Monday and sent stocks downward, stocks rose on Tuesday, with the Dow gaining about 65 points
Schools are excited about putting the Apple iPad into classrooms. But how young is too young?
Global outsourcing firms have flocked to the Philippines, lured by tax breaks, cheap labor, and an abundance of college-educated English speakers. It's a rare piece of good news for that struggling economy.