Does the World Need More Than One Twitter?

Twitter’s downtime and reliability issues have continued to mount over the past couple of weeks, with repeated system errors and outages. All of which raises the question: Can Twitter handle its emerging status as the world’s real-time communications network, or does it need some help?

5 iPad Apps That Changed My Mind

I wan’t optimistic about the future of the iPad prior to its release. It seemed a unicorn among horses in the tech world, something precious and expensive, but without any real tangible benefit over its brethren, at least for the average person. Clearly, I was wrong.

25 Safari Extensions You Can Install Now

Apple’s new Safari 5 brings support for browser extensions, which the company plans to showcase on its own gallery in a few months. In the meantime, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorites.

WWDC 2010 Keynote Live Coverage

TheAppleBlog will be at the WWDC 2010 keynote providing live coverage! We’ll be providing text and photo updates both before and during the event to see if any our predictions came true.

WWDC 2010 Predictions

The theme for WWDC is all about the iPhone. When Steve takes the stage, we can expect to hear a lot about the next release of iPhone OS and the next generation hardware. But what else can we expect to hear about during the keynote?

Is Amazon Losing Its Edge as a Media Retailer?

Amazon’s success as an online retailer is the stuff that entrepreneurial dreams are made of. In 15 years, Amazon has defined and continued to shape how we shop online – especially for media like books, movies and music. But something unexpected is happening as more media is consumed in the cloud and less on printed pages and plastic disks. Amazon isn’t being as successful here.

5 iPad Presentation Tips

After working with Keynote on the iPad for the last month, I’ve come up with five presentation tips I want to share with you. Used properly, and in a situation that allows it to play its strengths, the iPad can be an effective presentation tool.

Netbook Dilemma: Price or Performance?

The netbook is a great mobile computer, but that cheap price is at the cost of performance. With the appearance of “tweener” notebooks that are almost as cheap as netbooks yet have more capable hardware, is the future of the netbook in jeopardy?

Google Needs to Tread Softly With Android

An inteview with lead engineer Andy Rubin at Google answered some questions about patents, fragmentation and other hot topics in the Android world. His answers make sense but make it clear that Google may be playing with fire given the fast development rate with Android.

Study: 17% of Verizon Customers Want the iPhone

According to a study released, almost 17 percent of current Verizon customers have an “extreme interest” in getting an iPhone. This connotes a huge financial return for Verizon when you realize that Verizon has 90 million customers. There is a lot of money at stake here.