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Decades ago, Dell gained fame as a maker of affordable, customizable computers. But it missed the industrywide shift toward smartphones, tablets and the data centers that store information in the cloud.
In July, the U.S. Justice Department won its antitrust lawsuit accusing Apple of conspiring with publishers to raise the prices of e-books. Now, the government wants to use its victory to discipline Apple in other markets where it does business,...
Usually, the problem with enormous success is having to match it.
Apple wants to prove that it has not lost the ability to innovate in a post-Steve Jobs world.
When a teenage boy snatched the iPhone out of Rose Cha's hand at a bus stop in the Bronx in March, she reported the theft to her carrier and to the police just as she had done two other times when she was the victim of cellphone theft...
T-Mobile USA, the struggling wireless carrier, has a ray of hope: It's finally getting the iPhone, it's selling the device at an aggressive price, and customers won't have to sign a contract.