This time, Rolfe Winkler at the Wall Street Journal is taking potshots at Apple for not announcing anything at the D conference. Asshole.
Trent Reznor recently spilled the beans on the first new Nine Inch Nails album in five years.
Greenpeace has complimented Apple for hiring EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson to head up environmental efforts.
Marco Arment has sold The Magazine to Glenn Fleishman,
The Wall Street Journal can’t help but post stupid shit about Apple.
John Sununu opines about Tim Cook’s appearance on Capitol Hill last week.
A 73-year-old Japanese artist uses Excel to produce beautiful traditional artwork.
Radio Shack’s close ties with Maker Faire and Make magazine promise to bring hobbyists back in the doors, but is it enough to save the ailing electronics store?
Harry McCracken tries to explain a bit about the mobile market for people who think this is a repeat of the PC business in the 90s.
The iMore Show 350 happened, and Peter was there.
Apple’s announced when the keynote will be for WWDC. No big surprise, it’s happening that Monday morning.
Square, the payments startup that’s competing with major credit card companies, is now open for business in Japan.
AnandTech has posted a preliminary analysis of the Xbox One’s hardware and compared it to the PS4.
The U.S.A.F. is outfitting its flight crews with iPads instead of flight manuals, which is projected to save millions in fuel costs alone.
Bloomberg Apple coverage fails. Again.
Ten alternatives to Photoshop; most work on the Mac.
New York is crazy sometimes.
EA has decided not to make any more Wii U games, which has Matt Martin wondering if the console has any future at all.
Police broke up a fight at a sci-fi convention between fans of Doctor Who and Star Wars.
EA’s making itself slightly less obnoxious by axing its unpopular “Online Pass” program.
Nvidia is making its Shield game console a reality – expect to see it in June, for $349.
T-Mobile is no longer offering a $99 down deal to get you an iPhone 5 – now it’s $149.
FreeCiv, the Civilization clone, now runs in an HTML 5-compliant Web browser.
At a Town Hall meeting with Apple employees, the company has announced some major changes to its AppleCare extended service plans.
Apple has rolled out two-step verification of Apple IDs to additional countries.
Fuckin’ magnets, how do they work?
The New York Post alleges that Bloomberg reporters used Bloomberg terminals to spy on Wall Street investors.