Samsung puts on glitzy New York event to say 'we're not playing Pepsi to Apple's Coca-Cola'
Analysts say marketing chief's 'extraordinary' salvo means iPhone maker is worried about S4 buzz
South Korean company's latest handset - set for a launch on Thursday - could allow it to overtake Apple
Search giant's shares soar as Apple's sour, despite warm words from Warren Buffett
Development of 'bendable glass' has cleared way for a smart wrist watch running iOS
Ailing Canadian smartphone manufacturer has one last throw of the dice
Despite records revenues, investors are worried about slowing growth and iPhone's destiny
'Apple fever' not over, says one analyst, but sales of new products are falling off too quickly
Eric Schmidt says despite criticism from MPs he has no intention of paying anymore tax
Apple paid only 1.9% tax on profits, adding to controversy over US companies paying low tax rates in Britain
Tabloid tales: K-Stew's death worries, Cheryl gives Katy Perry One Direction dolls, smallest penis competition
And that's despite the fact that 4G is cheaper to run for phone companies than existing 3G
Chinese police called in to deal with thousands of workers fighting and rioting in dormitories
After Apple sues Samsung $1bn for copying its products, is it time for the iPad maker to cough up?
Student interns are allegedly being compelled to work at plants making iPhones or their components in China
For $800, it had better be waterproof, fireproof, and be able to download food, say Apple fans
Six weeks ahead of iPhone5 launch, Sir Jonathan Ive tells how smartphone was nearly abandoned
Ruling allows Taiwanese firm's 'slide to unlock' products to be sold in UK
Apple shift allegiances, but is it in danger of putting people off with new Facebook integration?