This week, the internet is legally free for all, but not for Gawker, Microsoft buys LinkedIn, and all the latest from Apple‘s Worldwide Developers Conference and the Electronic Entertainment Expo ..and much more !
Unless you were among the lucky developers who snagged an invite to Apple’s WWDC in Cupertino, CA, last week, you might be still be in the dark as to what’s up next for the tech giant. With the event now over, it’s time for the rest of us to analyze the announcements. Here’s a brief rundown of Apple’s new powerful portfolio for all those less than in-the-know: Continue reading →
In this special edition of The Drill Down, regulars Andrew Sorcini, Dwayne DeFreitas, Lidija Davis, Tom Cheredar & Devindra Hardawar (via remote from the 5th Ave. Apple Store, NYC) come together to celebrate the life and legacy of Apple co-founder, former CEO & tech visionary Steven P. Jobs, who passed away Wednesday at the age of 56, after a long bout with pancreatic cancer. Together we discuss the unparalleled influence he had on virtually every aspect of technology, media and popular culture over the past thirty years, and the future of Apple without him.
This week’s music is from three of Mr. Jobs’ favorite performers: The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and The Grateful Dead.