The unannounced wireless speaker is on sale in at least one Target store and comes in the customer's choice of white or black.
Apple is a company that likes to keep a secret, so why did it out the name of its new product ahead of actually telling people what it does?
A DIY digital newsstand, the day digital radio went silent, Plaxo gets better connected, a virtual computer for $13 a month, and iPhone camp guides (OK, we lied about the no-iPhone part).
Microsoft's chief software architect makes one of his rare public appearances, opening his Mix '08 talk with comments--but no new details--on Microsoft's Yahoo bid.
Microsoft makes its pitch to advertisers without discussing the Internet pioneer with whom it is in negotiations.
Apple acknowledges iPod touch screen issues in support article, no mention of iPhone
Two companies from AlwaysOn.
Bug your friends, family, and co-workers.
At iMeme conference, CEO sidesteps questions about how much his predecessor had to do with company's success.
Chairman Bill Gates says Microsoft must recognize the ongoing "sea change" toward online services. Missing from his list is his "trustworthy computing" e-mail from 2002.