Heading to Macworld 2013? Mac McCarthy previews the edgier gadgets and apps you’ll see at the show, including a wild animation tool and one good looking robot.
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Introducing aNewDomain.net’s Gossip Columnist, Sid Shadow! He knows! This week: “MacBook Air with Retina Displays Due in Spring/Summer”
Yang resigns and Yahoo’s stock price immediately jumps five percent.
Will Apple announce a platform and tools for creating interactive e-books — a kind of “GarageBand for eBooks,” as Chris Forseman at Arstechnica puts it? Here’s the skinny.
Ultrabooks with 1366 x 768 displays are lame, says LAPTOP online editorial director Avram Piltch. For the record, we agree. More here …
The maker of the controversial super-realistic action figure of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, yielding to legal pressure from Apple, has announced that it will cease production immediately.
Here’s a video of enraged Beijing shoppers attacking an Apple store with eggs. They’re angry, reports say, because the store staff, fearful of the size of the crowd, refused to open the store to begin selling the Apple iPhone 4S.
Mac McCarthy doesn’t think digital publishing will kill paperback and hardback publishing. He says the Amazon Kindle and ereaders in general have already killed them …
Are the Steve Jobs action doll figures — Apple has filed to stop their sale — just in bad taste? Or are they worthy tributes? Our Mac McCarthy says — worthy. Here’s why.