Steve Ballmer and Co. introduces Windows 7 beta and some other Microsoft toys, Palm teases us with a Nova operating-system announcement, and we note a dearth of OLED televisions at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Steve Jobs bows out of Macworld, a new PlayStation Portable is said to be in the works, and New Yorkers may have to pay extra for iTunes music.
The technology pioneer, who also co-founded the Oscar-winning animation house Pixar and computer-maker NeXT, has passed away.
Jobs resigns as CEO of the iconic electronics company he co-founded 35 years ago. He has asked Apple's board to put chief operating officer Tim Cook in his place.
Steve Jobs announced iPhone 4 with plenty of new bells and whistles, LeapFrog releases a new portable gaming device, and how your shoes could power up that new iPhone.
Ahead of Apple's Monday event, the buzz is that Microsoft may buy AOL, HP printers get their own e-mail address, and Yahoo relaunches Profiles under a new name, Yahoo Pulse.
Even innovative juggernauts like Apple can fall prey to the tendency of dominant companies to make mistakes at the height of their power. CNET looks at the threats and opportunities faced by Apple.
The iPad. Perhaps you've heard of it. On this week's Roundtable, we talk about what the iPad means to Apple as a company and the tech industry at large.
A report that Apple wants to head down to CES just doesn't make any sense, given the company just backed out of one early January trade show.
Even if Macworld Expo survives, it won't be the Expo we have come to know over these years.