What Apple has actually lost, is the expressive engine that was Steve Jobs. What has happened at Apple is the shift away from expressive thinking, to that of analytical thinking -- and that's bad news for Apple.
Other companies have tried and failed to institute a paywall for this new way of reading news. Why are we suddenly hopeful that this model could work?
Jake Batsell seems to think so, saying that while advertising-driven models of digital journalism aim to maximize page views, when news organizations ...
With all the attention that mobile devices like smartphones and tablets are getting recently, you'd think that the personal computer was a thing of the past.
Retail stores aren't wasting any time and are increasingly embracing tablets to boost sales, enhance brand experiences, and build brand loyalty in some exciting ways.
There are actually several companies who make and sell computers designed specifically for seniors who have little or no computer experience. Here are some top options to check out.
Another "Samsung Unpacked" event has come and gone. The Korean electronics maker didn't disappoint this year, as it released the Galaxy Gear - the com...
People have always augmented their real-world experiences with "devices," be they cards, newspapers, books, cameras, or tour guides. There is no reason to become alarmed about this activity now.
With roughly 150,000 apps in Apple's "education" store, most aimed at children, there is a legitimate, deep and tough debate to be had on defining and achieving quality in media intended to teach.
Not to knock the underwater sound systems and aquatic light shows of the pool-partying world, but for a little atmosphere, sometimes all that's needed is a good backstory.
According to the National Retail Federation, total back-to-school and college spending is poised to surpass $72.5 billion this year. Topping the shop...
We've rounded up a few of our favorite hotels for catching some live music, from Stockholm to the Sunset Strip.
Access to the Internet is an essential tool for equipping students with 21st century skills. And as the debate over the future of education heats up, traditional learning methods are being called into question.
I've spent some time immersing myself in the huge pool of knowledge surrounding the latest gadgets and devices, including the Xperia tablet. The Xperia tablet is one of the most tech-savvy tablets out there, and it stands up to competitors on the market.
Even if our phone is turned off, a hacker or intruder may have the means to turn the phone back on without letting you know. You won't see the screen light up or any other activity on the phone. But ON it is.
Retailers seem so staunchly committed to transact business the same way they have for decades: a large (expensive) central cash register accepting cash, checks or credit/debit cards only. This is all about to change -- and, in fact, quietly has been right under our noses.