It's been a while since Apple overhauled the MacBook Pro, and the way we interact with our technology has subtly shifted in the meantime.
The Pixel might attract a few iPhone users, but this war is more like a skirmish.
Reports that Apple is no longer focused on building its own car don't mean that Project Titan is over, or that Apple didn't learn anything from the process.
Isn't copying just the same as innovating? No? Oh.
Sure, Samsung's got exploding phones but Apple's got problems, too.
Siri and most of the other voice-based assistants on the markets are still far from that "uncanny valley" moment.
2FA is a good idea to stay secure, but it shouldn’t be this hard to use it.
Really, who comes out worse in the exploding Galaxy Note situation than Apple?
How did that happen, wonders Jason Snell.
Google, it is said, rulez while Apple apparently droolz.
Glenn and Kirk talk about iTunes and Apple Music, then Glenn and Susie heap praise upon the iPhone 7 Plus and its dual-lens wonder camera.
When are we going to get a new Apple display, new networking gear, or even a new iPod touch?
Google had never sold a phone before and now it has one with a brand-new thing called a "headphone jack".
With Apple, less is more—the company is known for slashing buttons and ports from their products left and right. We have some guesses on what could be the next to go.