Apple's co-founder says there's "no contest" between the prettiness of Windows Phones interfaces and those of Android phones. Indeed, he says Microsoft, to make them so pretty, might have had help from above.
In October 2006, Google acquired JotSpot, a hosted wiki platform for building collaborative Web sites. Sixteen months later, which is like 10 years in Web time, Google is launching JotSpot as Google Sites. Sites.
The beautiful puzzle game -- out now for iOS devices -- is a visual expedition through bending perspectives and restrained artistic splendor that's as playful as it is haunting.
Darth Vader's death may be negotiable now that Disney is in charge of new "Star Wars" films. A sketchy rumor hints at a possible return of the famous Sith.
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There's still not a lot to like about the tablet business if you're not Apple.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak declares that when it comes to smartphone features, the company had better get smarter.
At the Entel Summit in Chile, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak expresses his fascination with Microsoft's new machine, as well as the future of tech and Google Glasses.
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Having already worried that Microsoft had re-incarnated Steve Jobs, Apple's surviving co-founder now worries that Redmond might be simply more creative. He also offers that Steve Jobs didn't have to be such a "bastard."