Microsoft is launching a new line of graphic T-shirts called "Softwear by Microsoft." Yep, you read that right. It's getting into the clothing business.
Mobile, mobile, mobile. That's where everything is going, so the clever people conclude. But surprises do sometimes happen. Big surprises.
Karl Lagerfeld's custom Louis Vuitton iPod trunk is made of black Taiga leather, with brass embellishments and a red microfiber interior.
Case made of 'Guccisima' leather
Italian-designed TV-DVD combo player is a beauty, until you see the $3,000 price tag.
A diagram charts use of the phrase "is the new" throughout the year 2005.
A feast for the label monger's eyes
Karl Lagerfeld shows his love for music
Luckily for us, the Intern Formerly Known as Mark (IFKM is a bad acronym) saves the day, helping us scrutinize stories like Microsoft entering the T-shirt market, the 'Knight Rider' show cancellation, and the first Vietnamese House Representative.
Venture capitalist, former Apple executive and writer Jean-Louis Gassée takes issue with Peter Elkind's rip on Steve Jobs in the recent issue of Fortune. For Gassée, Steve Jobs is Silicon Valley's Yves Saint Laurent, a creator who towers above his profess