Some first impressions of the long-awaited aluminum keyboard which turns Apple’s tablet into a clamshell computing device.
Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Land has a fascinating post on PRWeb, the company which issued a fake press release about a fake Google acquisition.
When I woke up this morning, the big breaking technology news on the web was that Google had plunked down $400 million to buy ICOA, a builder of public Wi-Fi networks.
The social-networking giant plants posters around its campus urging employees to go Android.
Apple’s first dealer shares his 1976 photos of the Apple-1, the company’s first product.
The Verge takes a look back at Microsoft’s first graphical interface, and draws some parallels to its new one.
The company which brought us 1-2-3 in the 1980s has been a part of IBM since 1995. And now Big Blue appears to be ready to retire the brand.
Noted usability expert Jakob Nielsen has written about Windows 8 and its dual interface, drawing on the reactions of twelve users who tried Windows 8 PCs and Surface.
How should Microsoft have retooled itself for the era of tablets and touch interfaces? A few alternate-reality scenarios.
Windows blogger Paul Thurrott is reporting that Microsoft is disappointed by Windows 8 sales to date. It shouldn’t obsess over them.
The Wii U’s ambitious TV service won’t show up when the console hits stores this weekend.
Light-field photography adds new special effects which go beyond after-the-fact refocusing.