Court documents obtained by The Mac Observer reveal the names of three people being sued by the company for allegedly distributing "Tiger," the company's next major Mac OS X release. Those same documents show Apple is seeking an injunction against the defendants, as well as unspecified damages.
Credit Suisse First Boston analyst Rob Semple raised the target price for Apple Computer Tuesday to $70, saying sales of its iPod digital media device and the G5 iMac will propel company earnings to new heights.
A California Superior Court has granted a request by Apple Computer to serve subpoenas on three Mac rumor Web sites seeking information on who leaked facts about an un-announced audio hardware product code named "Asteroid" or "Q97", court documents obtained Monday by The Mac Observer showed.
Apple's iPod Photo and 30-inch Cinema HD Display are among the top selling electronics products for online retailer Amazon.com this Christmas season, the company told The Mac Observer.
Apple products rank prominently in Men's Health magazines top 100 tech products, but it was a little known MP3 player with Wi-Fi capability that stole the spotlight.
Apple Computer ranked 91st among American businesses in spending on research and development in 2003, according to a just announced list from Technology Review magazine.
Apple opened its new London retail store to the news media Thursday for a 'sneak peak' of its new UK flagship store. We've got photos and details!
Hewlett-Packard chairman and chief executive officer Carly Fiorina told The Mac Observer Tuesday the company's fiscal fourth-quarter iPod sales were "very strong" and going forward she is "excited" the company has a good strategy to increase sales of iPod accessories.
Apple Computer's worldwide market share fell to 1.87% in the third quarter of this year from 2.19% a year ago, and dropped to 3.33% from 3.75% in the U.S., that according to market analysis firm IDC.
The open-source Web browser Firefox 1.0 for Mac was downloaded over 170,000 times in the first two days, The Mozilla Foundation told The Mac Observer Thursday, making it one of the most successful launches of a shareware product in recent memory. An improved version will be released in March.