Mike Elgan says you shouldn't buy an e-book reader for the holidays.
What meaning does the word 'beta' have when it's used forever?
The price of the new iPhone 3G dropped by $200. Should you care? Buy the phone that's right for you, and don't let the sticker shock get you.
Computerworld's Mike Elgan looks at the number of iPhones shipped and concludes that a new release is needed to help the company reach its 10 million unit goal by year's end.
Well, it’s the moment of truth for this year’s holiday shopping season: iPhone, yes or no?
Mike Elgan reveals some surprising facts about Amazon’s Kindle.
Apple's success is making the company more like Microsoft than Microsoft is, according to Mike Elgan.
Mike Elgan plumbs all corners of the world to bring you weird, scary and bizarre tales of the iPhone.
Mike Elgan thinks Apple's effort to bring Safari to Windows users will fail.
A recent Apple patent describes a method for charging devices like iPhones and iPods without requiring exposed metal contacts -- using inductive coils, instead.
Mike Elgan contends that on the whole, the rumor mill has held more positives for Apple than negatives, Engadget's Wednesday blunder over a supposed additional delay on the iPhone and Leopard notwithstanding.
In this Computerworld opinion piece, Mike Elgan writes that schools banning iPods to foil cheating should instead be requiring the use of devices like iPods during tests.
Mike Elgan has written a pre-emptive epitaph for once-mighty Palm.
Whether the iPhone is a success or not, Apple's forthcoming phone will be remembered as the first major step toward the third-generation PC interface, Computerworld's Mike Elgan writes.
Computerworld's Mike Elgan outlines six reasons why he thinks Steve Jobs blew it with last week's Macworld Expo keynote address, wherein Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world.