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.
A hipster pizzeria located in San Francisco's ironic Mission District unceremoniously snubbed Steve Jobs by refusing to seat the turtlenecked Apple King without a reservation.
Have you ever been tempted to jailbreak your iPhone? Is the peer pressure simply too much for you to bear? Well, Steve Jobs feels your pain - but wants you to take a deep breath and "just say no."
If Steve Jobs and Apple had their way, the penalty for jailbreaking would undoubtedly involve the mandatory donning of an ill-fitting orange jumpsuit and a one-way ticket to Guantanamo Bay.
Once again, Steve Jobs is coming under fire for deflecting the iPhone 4 antenna problems by attacking other companies' phones.
Whether or not Steve Jobs intentionally deceived, inveigled and obfuscated is irrelevant. Antennagate - in all its embarrassing and over-hyped glory - clearly marks the end of a golden era for Apple.
If Apple CEO Steve Jobs thought other phone companies would just sit idly by while he attacked them during Friday's press conference, he's got another thing coming.
There is a problem with the iPhone 4. It is not something that somebody just made up. So even though Apple has reversed its very strict policies on no free bumper cases and no restocking fee waiver, somehow Steve Jobs was still able to present himself as superior to everyone else and that any problems anyone had weren't his fault.
When it comes to sex and the iPhone, Apple and Steve Jobs are positively prudish. This may end up costing Apple dearly.
Somewhere inside of you is a Steve Jobs, a Bill Gates, a Mark Zuckerberg, stinking up the place with fabulosity. So, go make an App, today is your day.
After more than a month of a litany of complaints, jokes, and serious legal complications swirling around the iPhone 4's antenna/reception glitch, Apple is hoping to nip the issue in the bud with a press conference tomorrow.
There is a running dialog across a number of analysts that seems to circulate around the idea that Apple is doing an experiment on how gullible, or stupid, people are.