RIM is hella angry at Apple CEO Steve Jobs for claiming that 7-inch touchscreen devices - such as the PlayBook - are woefully undersized for the tablet market.
Is it just us or is Steve Jobs starting to act a little bit senile? He makes these big speeches and throws out company names not even thinking about the fact that those companies are actually listening to what he says.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs remains utterly unimpressed with Google's popular Android mobile operating system.
Apple continued to defy the global economic recession by posting record breaking profits for its fiscal 2010 fourth quarter.
Steve Ballmer (Microsoft) and Shantanu Narayen (Adobe) recently held a top-secret meeting about unseating Steve Jobs from his gilded throne of mobile domination.
Sure, we've all heard the Silicon Valley rumors, but is Steve Jobs really a control freak? Well, Adidas - which recently pulled a $10 million mobile iAd campaign - certainly seems to think so.
Mark Zuckerberg is now richer than Steve Jobs, according to the Forbes 400 List of People to Tap for a Loan till Pay Day, with a personal fortune of $6.9 billion compared to Jobs' paltry $6.1 billion.
An aspiring journalist from Long Island accuses Steve Jobs of lacking class after the CEO tells her to "leave [Apple] alone."
A Japanese tabloid magazine reported that Steve Jobs ran into a bit of an issue at a local airport while on vacation. But no one really took it seriously until Bloomberg decided it was worth reporting.
At this point, Apple's attitude about the iPhone 4 is, "If you're worried about our faulty antenna, tough luck." The company's deal to give customers a free case to protect the antenna will end at the end of the month.
Acer founder Stan Shih claims he respects Apple, but insists that popular devices such as the iPad and and iPhone are little more than over-hyped mutant viruses.
This weekend, Motorola kicked off a well-choreographed PR campaign designed to kick Apple where it hurts: in the Adobe Flash zone.
Apple currently dominates the MP3 market and has successfully wooed the masses with its shiny lineup of iPhones. But is Steve Jobs ready to conquer American living rooms with his next-gen Apple TV?
Apple’s new iPod nano - which features a slick Multi-Touch interface - is looking very cool and tempting indeed.
Steve Jobs probably still believes that Apple's embarrassing "Antennae-Gate" was blown way out of proportion by overeager journalists and overexcited analysts.
Apple is clearly planning something big for September 1st. But what will Steve Jobs unveil during his anticipated keynote address in San Francisco, California?
Apple's wildly popular iPad is apparently cannibalizing netbook sales, at least, according to Asustek.
Larry Ellison and Oracle do not want Google's Android to keep on rockin' in the free world.
Mark Hurd has fallen. Could Larry Ellison and Steve Jobs be next?
Flour + Water wants you to know that Steve Jobs is just an ordinary fellow who doesn't begrudge the popular restaurant for refusing to seat him without a reservation.