Analyst Trip Chowdhry recently declared that Apple had to release an iWatch in sixty days or Apple would vanish. How recently? Sixty days ago today.
The way Apple has handled the iTunes 11.2 upgrade bug that made the /Users folder invisible is troubling. It's a matter of concern how and why it happened, that an OS bug should be introduced in an iTunes update, and how Apple handled the fix.
Everyone has a story to tell. Adobe's new app, Voice, makes it so easy to tell it that Vern Seward is featuring it in this week's Free on iTunes.
Jim Henson passed away 24 years ago today and Kelly explains why he's such a big deal. For starters, Apple thought highly enough to include him its series of Think Different posters.
Amazon has been accused of bullying Hachette, the smallest of the so-called "Big Five" publishers. There has been lots of mainstream coverage of the issue, but what this situation really highlights is the stupidity of Eric Holder's Department of Justice and its campaign against Apple's iBooks Store.
Steve Jobs once talked about how the best ideas derive from intersection of technology and humanities. But when a company exhibits no humanity, what's left?
Ever since the first Apple retail stores opened in May of 2001 in Tysons Corner, VA and the Glendale Galleria, CA, new stores have been opening on a regular basis with the total in the U.S. now exceeding 250. At what point does adding new stores in the U.S. no longer make sense?
Need a laugh? Vern Seward points out 3 iOS apps that'll have you knee slapping in no time in this week's Free on iTunes. Comedy Central, Comedy Central Standup, and WitStream.
Apple has won another court battle with Samsung over patent infringement, but the reward was small and hasn't slowed Samsung down at all. How might these pyrrhic victories affect Apple's long term thinking? Hint. Think sapphire.
Net Neutrality is a big issue, and it gets complicated fast. Kelly breaks down why it's a good thing, and what you (yes you!) can do to help preserve it.
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