Jason Snell and Harry McCracken of Technologizer discuss Microsoft's answer to the iPad... which turns out to also be Microsoft's answer to Lion. Why do Apple and Microsoft view the world so differently? And are they headed in opposite directions?
Jason Snell on how Windows 8 shows that Apple and Microsoft have very different views of the future of personal technology.
Ambrosia Software on Friday released an iPad edition of Soundboard, its sound-effects utility for podcasters, broadcasters, and other live performers.
Jason Snell has been going podcast wild the last year. Here are a bunch of tips based on what he's learned.
The Roku 2 video players offer cheap, easy video streaming, with support for lots of content sources Apple TV can't match. Unless you've got an investment in iTunes videos or a lot of video files sitting on your home network, Roku 2 is worth serious consideration.
Steve Jobs has stepped down as Apple's CEO. Jason Snell, Andy Ihnatko, Michael Gartenberg, and Chris Breen discuss Apple's past, present, and future.
Steve Jobs stepping away from Apple as CEO is a big deal, Jason Snell says. But the former Apple CEO has crafted the company in his own image.
Steve Jobs has resigned as Apple CEO, with Tim Cook named as his successor and Jobs being appointed chairman of Apple's Board of Directors.
Jason Snell compares the new Kindle Cloud Reader web app to its native iOS equivalent.
Jason Snell has tried to find ways to sync e-mailed PDFs with his iPad quickly and easily. He's found a solution, but still isn't really satisfied.
Jason Snell's last report from San Diego Comic-Con points to a surprising new trend: iOS games are the latest source for inspiration for the comics market.
With the new MacBook Air models introduced in July 2011, Apple's smallest notebook has arrived dead center in the company's product line. This is the laptop OS X Lion was designed for.
Jason Snell is back from Comic-Con with details about how the iPad is changing the way the comics industry does its business.
Apple on Wednesday announced an update to the MacBook Air product line that adds Intel Core i5 processors, fast Thunderbolt connectivity, a backlit keyboard, and improved configuration options.
Combine the influx of new Mac users with Apple's development of iOS, and you get Lion, the most significant upgrade to OS X since its debut more than ten years ago. Can one OS please both Mac vets and novices? Jason Snell has the review.