David Bunnell is a legendary media entrepreneur and one of the pioneers of technology publishing. Following his talk at the Seattle Interactive Confe...
We have seen massive shifts in the mobile space over the past three years. In the US alone there are 42.7 million smartphones; the smartphone application market has hundreds of thousands of entries.
It's rare to find a software developer who's been plugging away for decades, but that's exactly what the Stillman brothers did with TypeStyler, a favorite graphics program for many Mac users.
After just 24 hours I'm more impressed with the iPad then I thought I would be, and even though I still have many more apps and features to learn, I'm excited by what the future holds.
For 42 years I've been called a "music copyist." Basically, we are the people whose job it is to get the music out of the head of the composer or arranger or orchestrator and onto the page.
Who needs a yearly Macworld in San Francisco when, as the release of the iPad last month showed, we're living in bigger, non-stop Mac world? Through its Apple stores -- and, just as important, through its own web site -- Apple reaches and educates its customers.
It will take time for people to realize the true value of Apple's new iPad. Just think about the iPod -- it wasn't immediately popular but now it's a cultural icon.
The truth is, I don't need a giant iPhone, I need computers that work. And I used to have a company that did that really well.
As a mom, every second counts. Luckily, here are ten iPhone apps to make your life just a little bit easier.
We've decided to wrangle the top style and shopping apps for iPhone-toting trendsetters. And, true to our budget-savvy ways, they're all free.
Buying directly from publishers is not a media value proposition. Buying the value of content, and the audience it attracts, is a media proposition.
The steady transformation from desert to jungle may be the single most important trend we should be looking at when we talk about the future of news.
A new 17-inch MacBook was announced today at MacWorld. It's thin, lightweight (for a 17-inch notebook), but has one serious flaw: A non-removable battery.
Steve Jobs will not give his usual keynote speech at MacWorld. Not only that but the upcoming conference will be the last Apple will participate in....