Ken Segall tells CNET how Steve Jobs wanted to call the iconic computer the "Mac Man".
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Amazon is bringing its "special offers" discounts to two non-Amazon products. Is viewing ads on the phones worth the savings?
It would be the third antitrust complaint from the European Union, according to a report from Bloomberg.
Technically Incorrect: A 360-degree video camera startup decides to go, you know, there. It says networks have banned the ad.
Fumito Ueda: "For me, what's most important is that I am creating and completing this game in the way that I envisioned it."
Adding Uber could move the suit against the company's CEO toward arbitration, a desirable outcome for the ride-hailing company.
Adobe has more ad-based networks than you'll know what to do with.
Ken Segall, author of new book "Think Simple: How Smart Leaders Defeat Complexity" cautions that Apple must keep an eye on quality control, and tells us what Steve Jobs wanted to call the iMac.
The immensely popular video messaging app is launching "Snapchat Partners" in an effort to expand its appeal to advertisers.