Apple’s “Field Trip” education event produced a flood of excellent articles about Apple’s standing in the education market. Here are four of the best. And one hits a hot button.
Just as it neglected the Mac, Apple neglected the education market for too long. It’ll be a major challenge to solve its new education problem, and less expensive iPads are only a start.
When we use Face ID on our iPhones to identify ourselves, it’s pretty darn cool. But our perspective shifts when the technology is used in other ways. Should it?
Apple’s HomePod video ad focuses on the old, tried and true. Takes few risks and is predictable. What happened?
Computers are good a generating speech, parsing human speech and minimally translating text. But when will it feel like there’s genuine, human intelligence on the computer’s part?
Just what exactly is an intelligent speaker? It’s a companion robot that just sits, without mobility. Who wants that?
YouTube TV is a good-looking, national, nicely priced TV subscription service, with only a few minor limitations. And now the app is available for Apple TV. John investigates.
The recent FCC ruling that undermines the concept of net neutrality isn’t the final say as new political and tactical countermeasures gain momentum.
June’s WWDC is not far away, so it’s not too early to start talking about what Apple may have in store for the next version of macOS.
Opinions are going to be all over the map regarding Apple’s new HomePod. Here’s what to look for.
There are some fundamental issues related to education in an environment immersed in social media. What can Apple do better?
In post-CES analysis, a theme has emerged. Is Apple losing consumer presence of mind in consumer electronics, or is it all just a mirage?
The hot topic this week has been the CPU architecture flaws called Meltdown and Spectre. What are they, and what should users do?
The new iMac Pro from Apple signals a new approach to thinking about the Mac lineup.
Apple makes a big fuss about the iPad being the future, but the facts don’t bear that out. Yet. Apple Marketing is beating a dead horse for the sake of a cute gotcha.
There have been many articles about Apple’s Chief Design Officer, Jony Ive, but few remind us of his pervasive impact in our daily lives.
If there’s a theme to this week’s Particle Debris, it’s how some companies are struggling with technology decisions while others, like Apple, seem to have smooth sailing.
From every quarter, details are emerging about the amazing nature of the iPhone X.
As details emerge about the design and better than expected availability of the iPhone X, it’s clear that Apple has produced a spectacular winner.
It used to be that in a fairly low-noise tech community, Apple’s quality products were greatly appreciated. That tradition seems under attack by new social forces.