I’ll be surprised if you can buy a computer five years from now that doesn’t have a touchscreen — Apple products included.
The scientific evidence for disabling electronics on planes during takeoff and landing is scant to nonexistent, so why are we still being asked to disable our laptops, tablets and cellphones?
While I haven’t run into bugs or visual glitches on my Retina MacBook Pro, I have stumbled on a few quirks as well as at least one conspicuous hangover that altogether render iTunes 11 a less-than-premium experience.
Here’s what I’d like to see a new Xbox-whatever-it’s-called embrace.
The “six strikes” anti-piracy warning system — coming in early 2013 — is designed to track copyright infringers. But what happens if you’re on a shared Internet connection?
After two years of iteration by Microsoft, I can’t get into Windows Phone, and the paucity of apps–real or perceived–has nothing to do with it.
The data we’re seeing around tablet adoption is incredible. And contrary to the belief of many, the tablet craze is not just happening in the U.S. but also around the world. This reality has many implications
The “PC Cliff” — and why small tablets will become the most important tablets for consumers.
I have no idea how profitable a camera with a data plan will be. But either way, it’s bad for innovation.
There’s a time and place for tech, but there’s also a time and place to be present in the real world. If we can’t recapture the ability to be present, we may find that digital distractions cause life to pass us by.
How important is the iPad Mini to Apple’s tablet strategy? And even at this price, will it be successful?