Michael Gartenberg takes an iPod nano for a spin and tries to understand its appeal as a wrist-based device. It is, he says, a preview of the future of mobile technology.
Michael Gartenberg points out that Apple's using the honor system on the Mac App Store. And explains why it's a very, very good thing for users.
Analyst Michael Gartenberg looks at how Apple is guiding the new Apple TV from hobby status to full-fledged business.
Don't fret, Mac users. Apple may spend a lot of time talking about iOS devices, but its recent Mac-focused event really does show why the Mac is resurgent. Analyst Michael Gartenberg explains why.
Is the iPod passe? Analyst Michael Gartenberg say no, absolutely not!
Michael Gartenberg tried hard not to write about "antennagate," but he's got some parting shots about those who take too much glee in watching the downfall of others.
Apple has gone from a company with die-hard fans to one with mass appeal. But not, Michael Gartenberg writes, without making the old fans feel a little left out.
Analyst Michael Gartenberg explains why Apple has succeeded where so many others have failed: a combination of marketing and a retail presence have allowed the company to educate consumers about products like none other.
Michael Gartenberg talks about how Apple's release of Boot Camp and Microsoft's delay of Windows Vista could warm Macs' reception by IT folks.
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