Well folks, another month has come and gone, so we'll be saying goodbye to February in grand style today with another jam-packed news recap. Thursday was relatively quiet on the tech front, but once again we've managed to extract a couple of new apps worth looking at, an Instapaper update and a couple of other stories you might have missed. Read on to find out more!
They say what goes up, must come down -- and in the case of Apple stock, investors have put the company through quite a wild ride in recent years. But what happens when the iPhone maker's income growth stalls for real?
Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page rarely gives interviews, but he recently sat down with Fortune for an exclusive covering a wide range of topics, including patents, self-driving cars and yes, Apple.
Fortune reported this morning that William Blair's Anil Doradla noted to company clients that the iPhone is no longer the bestseller at Verizon for the first time since February 2011, when it first started offering the smartphone.
Doradla observed that the lack of remodel and the 4G shortfall in the iPhone line, is the main reason users are choosing Motorola's Droid RAZR MAXX, the now leading smartphone at Verizon, over the iPhone 4S.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was clearly one of a kind, and no one expected Tim Cook to emulate him after stepping into the CEO shoes last year. But a new report on the Cupertino boss examines exactly how different his management style is from his predecessor.
Those crazy rumors just keep getting crazier as the next iPad choo-choo chugga-chuggas it way to the starting gate next Wednesday, with the focus now turning to the existing iPad 2 and how it might get a cheaper 8GB model at the same time. Now that March is officially here, there’s plenty of other news we’re taking note of today, so forge ahead and read what’s happening on this Thursday, March 1, 2012.
One more week to go! By this time next Friday, we’ll all be waiting anxiously for the fat man in the red suit to sprint down our chimneys and leave some (hopefully Mac-related) goodies under the tree. In the meantime, the tech news is showing no signs of letting up, with plenty of rumors and product news to keep you busy on this fabulous Friday, December 16, 2011.
Hot on the heels of Walter Isaacson's biography of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, will be a new book titled Inside Apple: How America's Most Admired - and Secretive - Company Really Works. The book, written by Adam Lashinsky of Fortune magazine, aims to shed more light onto the inner workings of Apple.
Think you know everything there is to know about Apple, Inc. and CEO Steve Jobs? You probably don’t know as much as Adam Lashinsky, whose new Fortune magazine article “Inside Apple” is stirring up plenty of interest in the latest issue.
Slowly but surely, more and more magazines and other periodicals are starting to roll out onto the iPad. This week's People app is now free to subscribers. It's being expected that Time, Sports Illustrated and Fortune will soon follow suit.