Today’s top links teach us about China, Republicans and the craziest Oprah fans out there.
Wednesday is a date circled on most tech junkies’ calendars — the day that the Apple CEO presents some of his company’s newest digital nexuses. Fortune‘s Philip Elmer-Dewitt breaks down all the swirling rumors, from a new iPod …
How can you get in touch with a sumo wrestler? Don’t bother texting him.
Recycling bins are set to disappear in favor of rechargeable batteries.
If the iPad looks familiar, it’s because Trekkies have been making use of “smooth, flat, touch-based control panels” since the 1980′s.
Call it Apple’s “this coffee is too hot” moment.
Apple touts its new tablet as a medium to “see the web, e-mail and photos like never before.” With a little help from a famous alum, future Cornhuskers recruits will have access to that avenue.
How cheap? $35 cheap! And it’s likely to get even cheaper.
I want Oprah as my boss.
A day after AT&T fessed up to its iPad 3G customers about a security breach, the hacker group that exploited the initial security problems claims more tricks are possible. (Via CNNMoney).
Gawker reports that a web security group has discovered some holes in AT&T’s network, exposing iPad owners’ personal information to the masses. The reported number of users affected is 114,000, and several famous names are on …
While most of Monday’s tech media muscle went to the new iPhone 4, Apple quietly performed a search switch-up.