What the Apple cofounder told the Facebook CEO when the social network was young.
Mozilla is the latest to slash Adobe’s aging multimedia tool. (Updated)
Death of the “digital hub.”
Silicon Valley is committed to the idea of free speech … in theory.
After years of use, the W3C finally recommends it.
Supply chain and demand.
Irony, thy name is Jony Ive.
Macs and OS X Yosemite should also be on the menu.
It can’t rely on iPhone success forever.
Giving customers features they want—even if they’re copied from Android—is a welcome development.
“Respect the past, project the future.”
Movies about the iconic Steve Jobs from the past, present, and future.
What I learned from Ashton Kutcher about Apple’s late founder.
Here’s your chance to see the movie early and catch a Q&A with its star and director, moderated by ReadWrite’s editor-in-chief.
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These new Facebook Home ads are odd – so odd they may actually turn off Facebook users.
Apple has become more apologetic in the past few years, apologizing for everything from design flaws to customer service in China. It’s not in keeping with the company’s past, and doesn’t fit well with how the company does business.
Apple is either the best deal on the stock market, or doomed. It depends on which analyst you ask. Oh, and magic.
The biopic of Apple founder Steve Jobs will make its debut at the Sundance Film Festival tonight. We get a glimpse in a one-minute preview ahead of time.