Given what’s happening on a far grander scale, is such a reality really that ridiculous?
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Apple needs to continue being good to its Chinese customers, or this will just be another one of many bad days to come.
Sometimes Apple makes it too easy.
Now we know the alternate reality that is "The World Of The Mobi."
That's why everything coming out of the world's annual smartphone bonanza in Barcelona feels like it was developed by engineers whose only orders were "More!"
As a game system, Google Glass has much more of a weird promise. Imagine groups of gamers re-enacting famous civil disturbances on city streets.
Google startled the tech world slightly on Thursday when it pulled back the curtain on the new high perforance, touchscreen Chromebook Pixel laptop.
Everybody! Gather whatever belongings you can and head to the nearest fallout shelter, because hackers just broke into Apple Headquarters, and the evil code-clipping villains got Facebook, too.
It's shockingly big business.
If you're going to listen to anybody about the future of Apple products, you should listen to the dude that used to build them.
In China, iPhones aren't as cool as they used to be.
When we get caught up in this sort of Wall Street navel-gazing, it's easy to lose track of reality.
As the dawn of the post-Job era turns to midday, We continue to learn how the Apple visionary didn't just bully his employees and his competitors. He bullied his partners, too.
Do not listen to the marketing departments of the world: You are not a mindless apolitical consumer.
Adding pink and blue iPhones does not sound like the move of a company confident that it's at the top.
Apple's not going to save the economy, but at least you can feel a little less bad about buying their computers.
The seemingly neverending patent war between Apple and Samsung came a little bit closer to a conclusion this week.
Like it or not, your smartphone will continue to be built by young people in China.
Make your own Koyaanisqatsi? Scott Snibbe has an app for that.
If there was any remaining confusion over whether or not Apple gear has fully conquered the soul of consumerist America, it's gone now.
If trying to get to Mildura, Australia, do not use Apple's maps. Or they might kill you.
Apple and Google continue their patent warring by feeding off the carcass of Kodak.
Meet Lei Jun, the Steve Jobs of China.