Apple’s placing its margins in a singular, platform-holistic basket
It’s one of the most contentious questions among smartphone and tablet users: Android or iOS?
Time to buy one? Upgrade your existing model? Wait for better? Let’s talk tablets.
Even though Apple really did make the iPad for consumers, Jobs and his team fully expected it to also become attractive to business users.
Internet access, and in my case, broadband, is often taken for granted. When you don’t have the same access, you quickly realize how valuable it is.
No need to bribe us.
Facebook deep-sixes a misleading privacy feature, but fails to backfill with a better one.
Microsoft says it won’t target ads to you “unless you choose to allow [it] to do so.”
It’s time to talk about Linux-native gaming.
A winery that acts like a tech startup uses grapes instead of silicon or software to deliver its goods.
iOS 7 has a peculiar new feature you might have noticed.
We’re in the middle of a 50-year journey. The first 25 years were spent bringing computing to business customers. The next 25 years will be about bringing computing to the masses.