In a two-part interview, Apple's CEO expounds on the company's past, present and what lies ahead.
Ergen says he wants to change the way ads are delivered to consumers, giving viewers a choice of ads so they can be better targeted.
Paul Jacobs talks about the future of mobile and the data demand problem with PBS's Charlie Rose.
Developer Loud Crow has crafted a digital pop-up book based on the classic TV holiday special. Available at the App Store, the Android Market, and the Amazon Appstore, it features narration by Peter Robbins, the original TV voice of good old Chuck.
Facebook's chief, along with COO Sheryl Sandberg, deliver this essential message: Facebook, friends--good! Microsoft, Google, loners--bad!
The hire, which follows Moxie Marlinspike's move to Twitter last year, is evidence of how seriously Twitter is taking security these days.
According to the Daily Mail, the "winning" actor meant to direct message Justin Bieber, but accidentally sent it out as a normal tweet for all to see. He eventually removed the post from his profile, but not before getting hundreds of calls and text messages.
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This week we're buried under a ton of Apple news. We've got new test results for the MacBook Pro and 13-inch MacBook Air, plus there's the new iPad 2 to talk about. Later, Charlie Sheen goes rogue on Ustream, and we ask if celeb web-casting the ultimate end-run around the studio system?