John Moltz bought a PC for his son. Darn kids and their videogames.
Apple's lineups are plagued with low-end models that just aren't worth the money.
Rumors say new Mac minis are imminent, the iPad Air update is delayed, and the next MacBook Airs will be spacey.
How do rumors keep moving? Energy is never lost.
Apple rumors are a dime a dozen, so the inaugural installment of John Moltz's new weekly rumor roundup will only cost you about two and a half cents.
One of the ways Apple keeps its customers so satisfied, John Moltz argues, is by owning the experience--something no other company has quite managed to pull of.
A new Linux distribution might make Mac users do a double take. Elementary OS borrows a lot of inspiration from OS X.
Microsoft espouses a philosophy of one device for every task, while Apple champions different devices for different scenarios. John Moltz explores the gulf between the two approaches.
Change can be hard for Apple, its developers, and its users, but John Moltz thinks that 'change' is just another word for 'opportunity.'
Apple does invent things, but John Moltz argues that what the company really should be known for is reinventing existing product ideas.
Don't like the current crop of Apple gossip? John Moltz says to give it time.
John Moltz investigates the persistent rumor of an unholy phone-tablet hybrid that could spell the demise of Apple's smartphone.
An Apple watch and Google's Glass could just be two different takes on the same future.
Rumors are flying about an Apple wristwatch, but how about some chatter for a touch-enabled Mac?
Apple future doesn't hinge on iPhone 5 sales, says John Moltz. What's more important is what the company does next.
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