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.
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.
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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.
Apple can reach its customers in more effective ways than trade shows. But there's no substitute for the human touch; how will Apple's leaders present its ideas in the future?
Don Reisinger thinks it's time for Apple to name an heir to Jobs' throne. But is it already too late?
Two new services act as artificial heart and lungs for Twitter.
With The Entity heading back to his home dimension, one of the funniest Apple-humor sites on the Internet is scheduled to go dark for a few months.