Tomorrow marks a big milestone for the world’s most famous hacker.
Just put your fingers in your ears and keep chanting, “We’re number 1! We’re number 1!” If that doesn’t work then click your heels three times and say “There’s no place like home.”
It’s International Women’s Day. Could Facebook and its feminist COO maybe do something about these cheesy ads showing women with giant boobs hawking language courses and solar panels?
Corporate raider Carl Icahn wants to keep Dell from going private. Hoo boy.
Steve Jobs treated the record companies like dirt. Now Apple needs them again, but – surprise! – those guys aren’t in any hurry to sign any more deals with the company that bullied them.
This time the defector is Andy Ihnatko of the
The baby iPad is selling like crazy. But it seems to be stealing sales of its more expensive (and more profitable) big brother.
Apple is either the best deal on the stock market, or doomed. It depends on which analyst you ask. Oh, and magic.
A judge just tossed out nearly half of Apple’s big win against Samsung, and ordered a new trial. Ouch.
Google’s “ghost town” keeps getting better and better.
Tesla’s electric sedan is sexy as hell. But can it be trusted?
Yet another report outlines the vast hacking operation that the Chinese military is running against our government and corporations, including gathering information about the power grid and oil pipelines.
Little by little, some of Apple’s high-profile early adopters are defecting.
Apple’s stock goes into the tank, and guess what? Suddenly we’re getting reports about a new Apple product that’s going to change the world. Coincidence?
In a blunt new memoir, Microsoft veteran Joachim Kempin has harsh words for Steve Ballmer and even Bill Gates.
Larry Page has been telling his teams to start making beautiful products that people can fall in love with. Apparently the message is getting through.
Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean are catching up. Finally.
It reminds him of an ex-girlfriend.
Microsoft is back harping on Gmail, starting a national campaign to scare people about privacy.
Dell is going to be in chaos — will customers bail?