BlackBerry gives up on giving up.
Ignore the boring magazine-y headline. This story is about indentured servitude in Apple’s supply chain. It’s crazy sad.
This is like inviting a parasite into your body. Why would any indie bookstore do this?
From my review:
But the problem with the Surface 2 is that Microsoft changed very little in how the tablet fundamentally works. Last year, Microsoft fans defended the original Surface’s failings by calling it a first-generation product. It’d get better in time, they promised. The Surface 2 did get better, but not in the way it needed to. It’s still largely the same curious experience, just in a thinner and lighter package.
It’s true: After 13 years at the New York Times, I’ve accepted a new job.
Leaving The Times is a big deal. My years there coincided with the explosion of just about everything important in today’s tech — the Web, social media, e-books, smartphones, tablets, duck-faced selfies. It’s been an…
Looking forward to this one.
The technology industry and its various power brokers are suddenly investing significant sums of money in preserving news capacity and quality.
"Next-generation news companies including Vice, Vox Media, BuzzFeed and Business Insider have all recently received significant investment."
It’s an insanely fun time to be a journalist.
Apple's iPad Business Unexpectedly Fell Off A Cliff Last Quarter, So It Needs The New iPads To Be Great
iPad sales are slowing, not growing. Even with the iPad mini.
The concept of using TOR sounds enticing…what is your take?