Over at Quartz, Kevin Ashton has a thorough piece explaining how the Harlem Shake wasn’t so much a meme in the traditional sense, but the work of corporations.
Valve continues to talk openly about its Steam Box game console without really talking about it.
Longtime tech journalist Andy Ihnatko has published a great piece on why he switched from an iPhone 4S to a Samsung Galaxy S III.
Fortune is reporting that YouTube will be launching a streaming music service to compete with the likes of Spotify.
Release dates for new Apple products have been tougher to predict lately, with the end of the yearly refresh for new iPads and the ever-shifting launch window of new iPhones.
Reuters reports that Apple has revealed it was “attacked by the same hackers who targeted Facebook” last month.
Announced in October, Apple’s 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro carried a starting price of $1,700. Apple has now cut that to $1,500 and upgraded other MacBook models as well.
Recent rumors about Apple “experimenting” with a curved-glass smartwatch have escalated, with Bloomberg reporting that the company “has a team of about 100 product designers” working on the project.
The New York Times reports that Apple “is experimenting with wristwatch-like devices made of curved glass.”
When it comes to Microsoft’s Surface and Apple’s MacBook Air, a gigabyte isn’t necessarily a gigabyte.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom took to his company’s blog to announce that Instagram users are now able to view their photos and the photos of the people they follow directly from the web.
Bloomberg is reporting that owners of the $99 Apple TV box might get access to HBO content.