Gawker on Wednesday offered a $100,000 bounty to anyone who could provide access to an Apple tablet before its release. Today, they got a cease and desist letter from Apple's legal team.
Web sleuthing has turned up some details on what Apple will unveil late next month, but really, no one has any idea what's up Steve Jobs' sleeve.
By scheduling a press gathering the same day as the start of CES, Google is setting the Nexus One up for the same kind of coup that Apple scored with the iPhone in 2007.
A protest aimed at bringing down AT&T's network saw support and then a rush of concerned opposition.
In response to reports that AT&T will begin charging 'bandwidth hogs,' Fake Steve Jobs had urged iPhone users to run bandwidth-intensive apps for an hour on Friday. AT&T calls the stunt irresponsible and pointless, and the FCC said it was a public safety concern.
The CrunchPad is dead, Michael Arrington declares. But would it have succeeded? And will Apple have a better go of it?
Reports of Apple shopping the $30 a month subscription TV service to major networks raise questions – and open a world of possibility.