Beware of the iPhone Swipers

Beware of the iPhone Swipers

Watch your back this Black Friday. There will be gadget thieves on the streets to go along with gadget deals in stores.

Is Apple Getting Soft?

Is Apple Getting Soft?

Apple ousts Steve Jobs protégé Scott Forstall. Will Apple's risk-taking and innovation go with him?

Apple's Crazy Weekend

Apple's Crazy Weekend

Apple was all over the place this weekend, from SNL to ad tracking to the wacky Wozniak.

An Apple Without Jobs Is Cooked

An Apple Without Jobs Is Cooked

Steve Jobs' passion for perfection defined Apple. But a year after his death, a cautious Apple is putting the bottom line ahead of beautiful products.

Apple's 'Replacement' Maps App for the iPhone a Bad Call

Apple's 'Replacement' Maps App for the iPhone a Bad Call

Apple's native maps app for iOS 6 is about as reliable as an NFL replacement ref. Bring back Google Maps to the iPhone!

iOS 6 Breaks My iPad

iOS 6 Breaks My iPad

Good thing my iPad isn't a BYOD tool. Or is it?

Which iPhone Retailers Tell the Truth?

Which iPhone Retailers Tell the Truth?

Buyer beware is a good idea when making any major purchase. Yet a recent survey found iPhone retailers, including Apple itself, intentionally withhold information from customers about the potential availability of new phones. Is any...

Has Apple Ended the

Has Apple Ended the "Change Management" Nightmare?

The use of user-friendly iPhones and iPads in the enterprise has taken a lot of the pain out of change management, for both workers and IT groups.

CIO Required Reading: Apple’s Secret Genius Manual

CIO Required Reading: Apple’s Secret Genius Manual

The traditionally rocky business-IT relationship stems from poor people skills. Apple’s leaked Genius Training Student Workbook helps create empathy.

iPad Meets the Art of Sushi

iPad Meets the Art of Sushi

More and more, the iPad is popping up as a single-purpose device such as a cash register or menu. At Shoyu Japanese restaurant, you can order sushi, sake and noodles on an iPad.

Apple Patents: Samsung Crossed the Line

Apple Patents: Samsung Crossed the Line

Did it really take a team of lawyers well-versed in complex patent law to tell us Samsung ripped off Apple?

iPad Sightings on the Rise Everywhere

iPad Sightings on the Rise Everywhere

The ubiquitous iPad is reaching cultural icon status. In addition to dominating as a multimedia device for consumers, the iPad is showing up in restaurants (as menus) and airports (as kiosks).

Steve Jobs’ Humble Home

Steve Jobs’ Humble Home

The late Steve Jobs' home was robbed this week, but one glance at his modest, and apparently easy to break into, house reminds us how little Jobs was caught up in the lifestyles of the rich and famous.

Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney Is Not Impressed with Apple

Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney Is Not Impressed with Apple

The image of a scowling McKayla Maroney is showing up everywhere.

The New Yorker on the iPhone Will Keep You Reading

The New Yorker on the iPhone Will Keep You Reading

Reading long magazine stories on a mini-screen in 15-minute intervals may not seem ideal, but our busy lifestyles leave us no choice. The best iOS magazine apps, like The New Yorker, make it fun to do long-term reading in short bursts....

Apple Wants Your Fingerprint

Apple Wants Your Fingerprint

Unlocking your iPhone with a fingerprint would be awesomely convenient. But is this going too far?

How Big Is Apple?

How Big Is Apple?

Did you know Apple’s annual revenue matches the GDP of New Zealand? Here are other fun facts.

Apple’s iPad, iPhone, iPod: What’s in a Name?

Apple’s iPad, iPhone, iPod: What’s in a Name?

The "iPad Mini" could do more harm than good to the iPad brand. So why not make it a big iPod Touch?

Apple Pays for iPad Trademark in China – Again

Apple Pays for iPad Trademark in China – Again

Apple just let a Chinese court wrestle $60 million for the iPad trademark in China, even though Apple had already bought the rights two years ago. Did Apple do the right thing?

Consumerization of IT: The Next E-Commerce?

Consumerization of IT: The Next E-Commerce?

Eventually the consumerization of IT movement will go the way of e-commerce and just be something everybody has.

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