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  Jony Ive by Leander Kahney @lkahney The best book about Apple so far. http://t.co/UxZKSDNyK1 — Horace Dediu (@asymco) March 3, 2014 Jony Ive takes extra pains to keep his personal life private, but Leander’s book ‘Jony Ive: The Genius… Read more ›     

You’ve probably seen the do-it-yourself, social media comics called Bitstrips in your Facebook feed at one time or another, and maybe you want to see more, or you’d like to find some that might actually be funny. Best Strips for… Read more ›     

Apple Experts Ask: Are Apple’s Best Days Ahead?

Predicting the future of Apple is probably the no. 1 party game in Silicon Valley.  The venerable Churchill Club, which has been gathering luminaries to discuss tech in Menlo Park since 1985, has assembled a panel of experts who have… Read more ›     

Internet Radio has some fierce competition. Since the launch of iTunes Radio in 2013, it became much harder to single out one service in particular that reigns supreme. Does the popular US service Pandora still have what it takes to… Read more ›     

Despite the fact that this year, as every year, Apple failed to show up at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the iPad Air still managed to win the award of 2014′s Best Mobile Tablet in the 19th Annual Global Mobile… Read more ›     

The iOS game controller market is growing at a pretty healthy pace, but there has yet to be a controller that really steals the limelight. We’ve gone hands on with several options, and they all seem to fall into the… Read more ›     

Uppr, Totally The Best Flickr Uploader For The Mac

Flickr’s 1TB storage “limit” is great and all, but getting even 1/100th of that up to Flickr in the form of photos is still tricky. The iOS Flickr app takes care of new pictures on your iPhone, and now a… Read more ›     

Periodically, Best Buy has been known to offer $ 50 discounts on select iPhones and iPads. If you’re looking to save a few bucks on an Apple product, Best Buy’s deals are a good, regularly occurring window to buy the device… Read more ›     

Why a Blinking Light Is the Best Wearable Interface

  The first successful personal computer didn’t have a screen — not even a command-line screen. It communicated with the user through blinking lights. It was called the MITS Altair 8800. This blinking-light box was such a revolution, a kid… Read more ›     

Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson ruffled some fanboys’ feathers earlier this month when he said Google is outpacing Apple on the innovation front. Pointing to the Nest acquisition as evidence, Isaacson says the greatest innovation is coming out of Google.… Read more ›