The fallen giant was done in by its own mistakes, not the Internet.
The Kickstarter superstar just became a whole lot more useful.
The hardware’s in good shape; now it needs a better Office and the right third-party apps.
The new Android has lots more features — but fits into less memory.
The bookseller unveils a lighter, brighter E Ink reader.
A whole new class of iPad — but instantly familiar and useful, too.
A startup’s first toy is terrific fun and a technological tour de force — as long as you can live with the high price and skimpy battery life.
If it’s important to you, don’t store your only copy on the Net.
Hey, it’s a plug-in for an app that doesn’t allow plug-ins!
The more current the Mac user base gets, the better it is for everybody.
A startup advisor explains why third-party developers haven’t gone Android-first.
Apple’s second product launch of the fall is here.