Apple’s decision to not include a camera in the new iPod Touch is somewhat surprising.
David and Jerry. Larry and Sergey
Moby describes himself as "a 43-year-old bald guy who likes to make music in his bedroom." If people like the music, that’s OK, he says. And if not, that’s OK, too. “I’m at my happiest when I’m working on music for myself,” he says.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is recovering after undergoing a liver transplant at Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute in Memphis, Tennessee, the institute’s program director said Tuesday. “Mr
A few weeks ago, Jon Rubinstein was booking up the side of Mount Tamalpais in Northern California while I wheezed like a steam engine in his wake. This was irritating on two levels: 1> I do this hike all the time, and 2> he had already gone for a long run earlier in the day. The executive chairman of Palm Inc., Rubinstein, a wiry 52, is a marathoner.
No longer is the promised land of Apple’s App Store reserved for technical wizards.
First lady Michelle Obama was expected to make headlines in Europe with her style and flair as she accompanied her husband to the Group of 20 summit, but it was a simple gesture that has set off a media frenzy. While meeting Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II in London on Wednesday, the two women briefly embraced — not your typical scene at Buckingham Palace. The British media called it everything from a breach of protocol to an extraordinary show of affection from the queen
Correction appended: March 19, 2009 There’s a war on buttons.