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Apple's Dirty Moneynew

The iPhone and iPad maker pockets billions in profits while exploiting workers. And like the rest of the One Percent, it won't take responsibility for its actions.
East Bay Express  |  Jay Youngdahl  |  03-08-2012  |  Business & Labor

How Steve Jobs even changed Mexicans with Gunsnew

As is the case whenever someone dies, all Steve Jobs’ personal shortcomings were forgotten on October 5. The day that Apple’s co-founder and top brain succumbed to cancer at age 56 all most of us could remember was how Jobs revolutionized every single arena he entered.
San Antonio Current  |  Enrique Lopetegui  |  12-30-2011  |  Tech

Apple Rocks, Againnew

The tablet wars heat up as holiday gadgetry gets more mobile than ever.
East Bay Express  |  David Downs  |  11-28-2011  |  Tech

New Gmail iPhone App Gets Yankednew

Google launched its first-ever Gmail app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on Wednesday, but was forced to yank it from Apple's App Store within minutes due to a bug.
Boise Weekly  |  Eric Lach  |  11-03-2011  |  Tech

Steve Jobs Dies at 56new

Apple co-founder battled pancreatic cancer.
Palo Alto Weekly  |  Chris Kenrick  |  10-06-2011  |  Tech

There's a Thicket for Thatnew

Denver-based musician Morgan Packard's addictive iPhone app brings generative art to the masses.
Colorado Springs Independent  |  Marc Weidenbaum  |  03-07-2011  |  Profiles & Interviews

Should Apple Ban Racist iPhone App Mariachi Hero?new

Just a few days ago Apple banned a set of apps based on their sexually suggestive material. Why would they choose not to, likewise, prohibit applications with racist overtones such as Mariachi Hero?
San Antonio Current  |  DeAnne Cuellar  |  03-04-2011  |  Race & Class

How the iPhone 4 Changed Long Distancenew

Why are those iPhone ads are so strangely manipulative and unsettling? Because they presume that we don't need an excuse to be no where near our loved ones when when important things happen, or just always.
Hartford Advocate  |  Greg Beato  |  08-13-2010  |  Tech

iPhone4: Breaking Boardsnew

The qwerty keyboard may feel right, but it's so wrong.
Hartford Advocate  |  Brianna Snyder  |  07-13-2010  |  Tech

The Rise of the iMusiciansnew

iPhones and iPads are revolutionizing beatmaking, piano playing, and symphony conducting.
SF Weekly  |  Ian S. Port  |  04-29-2010  |  Music

Are Your Gadgets Killing You?new

What’s a health-conscious consumer to believe? Are our cellular gadgets killing us? Or can we continue with business as usual?
Boulder Weekly  |  Pamela White  |  04-26-2010  |  Science

What a Whirlwind Web-Tour of Vegas Taught Menew

Recently, I visited some 55 Vegas resorts in about four days, taking an inventory of their assets and boning up on their history. It was a mad dash because, as usual, I procrastinated until I was up against my deadline. Oh, and did I mention I did it all without even leaving the house?
Las Vegas Weekly  |  Steve Friess  |  02-18-2010  |  Tech

'Electrosensitive' Activist Sues to Stop Neighbor's iPhone Usenew

Arthur Firstenberg claims that the low-level electromagnetic radiation emitted by cell phones and other modern gadgets makes him suffer terribly. The side-effects of exposure, he believes, include “nausea, vertigo, diarrhea, ringing in the ears, severe headaches and body aches, crippling joint pains," and other ailments.
Santa Fe Reporter  |  Corey  |  01-12-2010  |  Tech

Decade in Review: Top 10 Advancements that Shaped the 2000s and Beyondnew

The innovation of the decade came in 2002, when Research in Motion released the almighty BlackBerry, the world’s first real smartphone. That opened the gate for Apple’s dazzling iPhone, which is nearly ubiquitous at decade’s end, and Google’s Android, poised to take over the market.
NOW Magazine  |  Joshua Errett  |  12-11-2009  |  Tech

Curling? Bedbugs? Daniel Johnston? There's an App for Thatnew

Some weeks are just not great for new movies, and it makes us crazy. What the hell are we going to do tonight if we don't have a screen to stare at? That's where the ol' iPhone comes in. But which iPhone games should you buy?
Willamette Week  |  Casey Jarman  |  10-21-2009  |  Tech

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