It’s not just Facebook that has a privacy problem.
Yes, there will be turtleneck. But there also may be a new iPhone and a new version of Apple’s Safari browser. TIME’s Peter Ha breaks down what to expect from Steve Jobs keynote at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference today. …
It’s a good bet Apple will roll out the fourth generation iPhone at the company’s developer conference today in San Francisco. But hype aside, we explore seven rocky moments from the iPhone’s history.
You know you’ve been wondering. And, of course, Stephen Fry has the answer.
“We are exposing our brains to an environment and asking them to do things we weren’t necessarily evolved to do. We know already there are consequences.”
– ADAM GAZZALEY, neuroscientist at the University of California, …
The low-budget British airline Easyjet has never been afraid to trial the odd thing here and there, but usually it’s amusing ad campaigns. Now they’ve taken it up a notch.
Following a spate of suicides, the Apple boss has defended conditions at a Taiwanese electronics firm that produces the iPhone.
Sure, we all rely on technology, but remember that thing called common sense? Yeah, that’s not obsolete yet.
The U.S. government is still poking around Facebook’s treatment of user data, despite the company’s release of revised privacy controls last week.
The search giant isn’t offering Windows to new employees, according to a report in today’s Financial Times. Why the cold shoulder?
It’s official: Apple’s iPad is definitely not a flop. The company announced that just 60 days after its release, more than two million iPads have been sold.
The Euro may be weakening. But it’s still beating out the dollar, and global iPad buyers are paying more.