When Steve Jobs led Apple, the company was famous for making products that would “delight” its customers. The uninspiring new iPhone SE shows how far Apple has strayed from that standard.
Author: Tae Kim
The social media landscape seems to be rapidly shifting towards short-form video, a space dominated not by Facebook but by TikTok.
With another stellar quarter fuelled by its cloud business, the software giant is showing that it could have the best fundamental outlook among its tech giant peers.
Intel’s future is looking a bit grim. And the reality is the chip maker’s problems are only going to get more challenging. By Tae Kim.
In the face of criticism, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey early this year promised a different mentality. So far, there’s little to show for it.
It’s time for Apple to get off its easy-money addiction and go for a bigger score: developing its own search engine. By Tae Kim.
The world’s best-selling smartphone may not be tops when it comes to navigating life during a global pandemic. At least that’s what I discovered — and it’s why I ditched my iPhone.
Since early in the pandemic, soaring demand for consumer electronics led to persistent chip shortages. Some recent signs suggest the situation may finally be starting to change.
As Covid-19 vaccination rates allow for more of a return to normal, an obvious question is, what’s next for Zoom? The answer could be a lot more than video chat.