Apple's iPad may mean certain doom for Netbook computers.
1. NOAM CHOMSKY: On May 16, 2010, the longtime critic of the US and professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was denied entry to the Palestinian Territories. He was on his way to give a lecture at Bir Zeit University in Ramallah in the West Bank. The Israeli ministry later said it had misunderstood Mr. Chomsky’s reasons for visiting and assumed he wanted to visit Israel proper as well.
An English designer has created an iPad from solid gold and diamonds. Price tag on the iPad Supreme? Think big.
Another next-generation iPhone has surfaced, this time in Vietnam. Video suggests that it is the much-anticipated iPhone 4G.
Apple has a leak. Or maybe the Vietnamese iPhone 4G thing is just a prank. Either way, gossip about the Apple iPhone 4G is the hottest thing going.
Apple fans rejoice. Steam for Mac has arrived with Portal, Torchlight, and the promise of regular Wednesday updates.
Back in 2007, AT&T was apparently guaranteed five years as the exclusive carrier of the Apple iPhone. Still, nothing lasts forever – and a Verizon iPhone certainly isn't out of the question.
In a commencement speech at Hampton University, President Barack Obama seemed to pan the Apple iPod, the Apple iPad, and other devious gadgetry. But in the past, Obama has shown himself to be a genuine Apple fan.