The great thing about the Apple rumors published at Taiwanese component-news site DigiTimes is that you never know what you're going to get. Sometimes it has scoops that really are scoops. Other times, its rumors are strictly fictional.
Despite Microsoft's announcement that 2012 will be its last CES, the technology trade show is poised for the biggest turnout in years. Riding a wave that has seen launches of tablets, Android devices and connected TVs over the past couple of years...
Twenty years ago, Zhongguancun was but farming fields and small houses, far from the city center of Beijing. The 'cun' at the end of Zhongguancun literally means 'village'. As with much else in China, the change has come lightening fast.
While looking for something else in Google Images just now, I ran across this oil painting of Steve Jobs introducing the original MacBook Air at Macworld Expo in San Francisco in 2008:: The painting is by Nitrozac, the co-creator of the excellent...
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