What do you see in the iCloud?As expected, Steve Jobs took the stage at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco today, announcing the company's new iCloud product, which will allow users to upload and sync data across nearly every Apple device, for free. Jobs, who has been on me ... More >>
Is there room for one more at the WWDC?How much would you pay to hang out with Apple nerds for a week?Okay, now take that number and add $3,000 -- that's what sold-out tickets are now going for on auction sites. Tickets to the Worldwide Developer's Conference in San Francisco this summer sold out ... More >>
What will the next generation look like?Apple officials fired off an e-mail on Monday to developers, inviting them to the next conference where they can get a sneak peek at the future of iOS and Mac OS X and --as some analysts speculate -- view plans for the iPhone 5. The e-mail was also th ... More >>
Regular Readers of The New York Times will be rushing to newsstands this weekend for yet another possible installment in a series by Ombudsman Clark Hoyt's that may as well be called "When It Comes To Enforcing Ethical Guidelines, We're Soup Nazis." On Dec. 12, Hoyt dedicated his Sunday column t ... More >>
Robert Pedraza By C. Stiles In our cover story last week, Worms in the Apple, writer Tim Elfrink detailed the saga of the Rudy and Robert Pedraza, a couple of rogu ... More >>
Two rebels take on America's most beloved computer company.