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Somehow, since his recent visit, Google's chairman has paved the way for all sorts of open (and, perhaps, unexpected) exchanges with North Korea. Yes, Dennis Rodman has arrived.
Images of military hovercraft appear, to eagle Western eyes, to have been manipulated.
A smaller version of the iPad is coming, you say? What is this, 2009? No, really -- we've heard this before.
In a note to investors, Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar claims that Apple's supply issues regarding the iPhone 4S are due not only to extremely high demand but also a key component not being readily available.
Amazon's tablet, which launched last week, is the device people who won't be buying the iPad soon will opt for to satiate their tablet desire.
The ultra-lightweight notebook now accounts for 28 percent of Apple's notebook shipments, up from 8 percent earlier this year.
Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet continues to see brisk preorders, according to a market research firm, and could approach the iPad in initial sales.
Two reports today suggest that Apple will face stiff competition from Amazon's $199 Kindle Fire tablet.
In a new biography, the Apple co-founder leveled some sharp criticism at Intel and even grew impatient because he believed Apple would have to teach the world's premier chip company how to design better chips.
Apple and Intel demonstrate that the laptop isn't dying and may even be cutting into sales of the device that's supposed to replace it.