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In an interview with a South African site, Steve Wozniak does not bring his word-mincer along. He specifically laments that the iPhone 5 screen still isn't big enough.
Robert Greifeld says Nasdaq executives put too much confidence in the assurances made by the stock exchange's technology group.
Reed Hastings offers a mea culpa about the handling of pricing changes spurred by a need to move into the future with streaming. Also: the DVD business will spin off into a separate service: "Qwikster."
The "new" BlackBerry 9900 gives RIM a black eye, Sony PlayStation breach was big - until it got huge, and the key point Bin Laden missed about that whole internet thing.
Roll up, roll up, it's Crave Podcast number 90. This week -- just like every damned week -- we bring you the best in tech news, gadget hands-on and Net-based frivolity
The New York Times gets social with TimesPeople. The Swedish government passes a new bill that allows it to spy on all digital communication. Plus, new research shows that gadget lovers are arrogant jerks. And proud of it!
Google arrogant? Do cars drive?
Despite last year's launch of iTunes Radio, Apple is still behind the curve on streaming music and bought Beats partly for its streaming service, according to Buzzfeed's sources.
In an interview at Stanford, Ron Johnson explains that Apple stores aren't places to sell. They are places to be.