Many think the mobile OS is already irrelevant. Just imagine how that ink will fade by the time it's officially obsolete years down the road.
Former mobile giant is positioning its new platform as a comeback vehicle, but does it pack the features?
Mike Daisey's new monologue, "The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs," chronicles his love affair with Apple products, a revealing visit to China, and why people need to think about where our devices come from.
Started by blogger Jeff Jarvis, the political hashtag goes viral. But as it upsets touchy residents in Washington, is it anything more than a cry in the wilderness?
Lincoln plans luxury versions of its MKT next year to replace the rear-drive Town Car.
With news of the Apple CEO's departure shocking the tech world, many are wondering whether the company's parade of hit products can last without him or if his design and marketing philosophies are now "baked" in.
Margin Notes: Losing faith with Time
What does the markets' relief that Steve Jobs is not dying really say?
Turns out this Beacon thing is really messed up, y'all!
What the scriptures teach us about open source. (Yes, this is meant to be tongue in cheek.)