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When it comes to my phone, I’m not a big accessories guy. I own a spare charging cable and way too many cases, but no crazy docks, speakers, camera …Lightning
I went to CES last week. Unlike last year when we descended on Las Vegas for the full six days required for journalists to fully exhaust themselves …Retina Display
I think it’s safe to say we all have a love/hate relationship with our email. We either get too much of it to deal with, we hate the way it works, or …iPhone
The one thing Kanye wouldn’t say — Jay Z doesn’t deserve nine Grammy nominations.It’s clearly evident that many people these days don’t like Kanye …Jay-Z
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds is one hell of a risk.
More than two decades after The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past was widely regarded as one of the greatest games of all time, Nintendo is doing the unthinkable with a direct sequel. There are no nebulous allusions to hidden …
Adventure and heartbreak at the edge of the earth.
My favorite game when I was a child was Mummy and Explorer. My father and I would trade off roles: one of us had to lie very still with eyes closed and arms crossed over the chest, and the other had to complain, “I’ve been searching these pyramids …Mongolia
There are some products that are great, and then there are some that just hit that elusive sweet spot. Last week, I picked up the newest version of …MacBook Pro
I’ve written a lot of pieces over the last few years. I’ve written about technology, music, and culture with relative ease. But there is one topic …Kanye West
Here are three stories.
I'm 9 or 10 and my mother and I are on a cross-country road trip when we decide to stop for breakfast at a small diner in …
The 55 miles from Campbell to San Francisco make for one of the nicest commutes anywhere. The journey mostly zips along the Junipero Serra Freeway, a grand and remarkably empty highway that abuts the east side of the Santa Cruz Mountains. It is one of the best places in Silicon Valley to spot a …iPhone
Right in the center of South Park, a large, grassy oval near San Francisco’s financial district, there is a rinky-dink playground with slides, ladders and firefighter poles, all dented and dinged, connected by gritty brown pylons. Yet for many in Silicon Valley, this playground is hallowed ground. …
It’s finally here: Apple’s iOS 7 is now available to download. iOS is the mobile operating system that powers Apple’s line of iPhone, iPad, and iPod …iPhone
Photo by Eric Leamen
Logic Board is a recurring column that examines the biggest news stories and controversies in the technology industry with a …Mike Lazaridis
Image Credit: Tyrone Lebon
Very rarely do we get an album that will make or break the career of an artist who is already a worldwide superstar. And …Miley Cyrus
Dear Mr. Cope,
Amongst your many traits as CEO of Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE), tenacity, enthusiasm for your trade, and perseverance top the list. …
Rumors of a bigger iPhone, though not as persistent as rumors of a less-expensive iPhone, have persisted for a couple of years now. While rumors of …
We are in the midst of a dot-com renaissance. There are – to use the scientific term – a crap ton of start-up internet companies around these days, …
The relationship between creativity and commerce has always been vexed—perhaps never more so than today. Few would deny that the art world has grown …The Arts
I am a pioneer (ahem, Explorer) tasked with testing the developer edition of Google Glass, arguably technology's biggest quantum leap forward since the advent of the tablet. The start of Google I/O today will no doubt bring a critical mass of Glass wearers into San Francisco, making its social …Google
Unless you have been living under a rock — or less fortunately in a coma for the last ten years — you would be cognizant of the fact that Apple is …
Last week, on the day he unveiled his newest project, I had the chance to catch up with Jon Mitchell, founder of The Daily Portal, the newest addition …
Douglas Rushkoff is a man ready to talk. As a media theorist, he has a lot of ideas about everything, and he’d like to share them with you. His new book, Present Shock, is his effort to describe "right now," whatever that is — and how we deal with it. What’s most surprising about the book is perhaps …Douglas Rushkoff
When you come upon the luckiest village in the world, all the curtains are drawn. The old man outside the bar gazes at you warily. Then he disappears inside, the door slapping shut. Is it that you're painted magenta? Is it that your rays are blinding?
You're painted magenta and your rays are …