The iPhone Is 5 Years Old — Let’s Pause And Gawk In Awe At How It Has Changed The World
Five years ago this week, Apple launched the iPhone.
It seems safe to safe that never in history has a single product been so astoundingly successful so fast and had such a radical impact on the world.
Lee Clow explains his unique relationship with Steve Jobs
Apple and Google Expand Battle to Mobile Map Apps
Members of the Google Maps team in recent months have told colleagues they worry about Apple replacing their program, given that as many as half the people who access Google Maps own Apple devices, says someone familiar with the matter.
As many as half? Wow.
False Equivalence Watch: The New York Times Editorial Page Dept.
The New York Times runs a strong editorial today calling out Republican opposition tactics for thwarting economic-stimulus efforts. Then it bills that argument, via its headline, as a familiar, symmetric “partisan failure on both sides” diagnosis.