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Steve Jobs: 7-Inch Tablets Are Too Small to Compete

What makes the iPad superior to every other tablet on the market? According to Steve Jobs, it boils down to one thing: size. During yesterday's earnings call, Apple's CEO, as you'd expect, spent a lot of time talking about how Apple's products are way better than anything else mankind has ever known. RIM's business model, according to Jobs, is intrinsically flawed, leading him to conclude that...

Steve Jobs vs. College Student E-mail Battle Goes to Good Morning America

In case you missed the e-mail fracas between Long Island University student Chelsea Kate Isaacs and His Majesty Steve Jobs last week, Isaacs went on Good Morning America yesterday to rehash the escalating back-and-forth between her and the Apple CEO. It all started when Isaacs tried to contact Apple's media relations department for a comment to include in a story she was writing for her...

Animated Steve Jobs Caught With Ninja Stars

The tubes have been circulating reports that Steve Jobs was stopped at a Japanese airport after being found with throwing stars in his carry-on. Apple denies the rumor, but that hasn't stopped our favorite animated news source from speculating how the incident might have transpired. Here's a hint: that black turtleneck is functional as well as fashionable. Video after the break....

Apple Relaxes iOS Developer Restrictions, But Doesn't 'Need Any More Fart Apps'

Apple turned a lot of heads this morning when it unexpectedly opened the App Store to apps created with third-party development programs -- including, apparently, those using Adobe Flash. In a news release posted on its site, Apple declared that it would be "relaxing all restrictions on the development tools used to create iOS apps, as long as the resulting apps do not download any code." The...

Tech on the 'Mad Men' Set, iPhones and iPads to Remote Control Apple TV

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. Core77 picks some delightful snaps of modern tech on the '60s era set of 'Mad Men.' [From: Core77] Steve Jobs may have skipped over it during today's Apple event,...

Zuckerberg Crowned 'New Caesar' by Vanity Fair, Tops List of 100 Most Influential

Vanity Fair will bow to Silicon Valley in its October issue, which will see the magazine's annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Lo and behold, Mark Zuckerberg takes the number one spot: "This year Vanity Fair anoints Zuck as our new Caesar. He rules from the imperial capital of Palo Alto, California, the Rome of our nascent millennium." Although VF kind of glosses over...

Teen Channels Steve Jobs, Makes $1M in Two Years With Web Start-Up

While his classmates probably admired comic book heroes and professional athletes, Christian Owens, a U.K. teen, looked up to somebody real -- Steve Jobs -- and it paid off for him. According to SWNS, taking inspiration from the Mac magnate, Owens made his first $1 million in just two years by creating two wildly popular Web start-ups. He got a Mac, learned basic Web design, and started his...

Yoko Ono: 'Don't Hold Your Breath' for The Beatles on iTunes

As recently as last fall, Yoko Ono said The Beatles' songs would finally be available in the iTunes Store -- only to be quickly shot down by EMI, which licenses the band's material. Now, she is squashing any hopes that we'll ever be able to download recordings by the Fab Four in Apple's store. According to a Reuters report on Yahoo! News, Ono said that you Beatlemaniacs shouldn't "hold your...

Ask Steve: Jobs the Advice Columnist, 'Pac-Man' in HTML5

There's a load of great tech news happening out there every day, and, unfortunately, we just can't cover it all. Here are a few of the other noteworthy things we saw today on our never-ending journey through the wild, wild Web. 'Ask Steve' reimagines everyone's favorite turtlenecked CEO as a Dear Abby daily newspaper columnist. [From: Me & Her] HTML5 experiments that pushthe limits of...

Apple: Free iPhone 4 Cases and Bumper Refunds, or Just Return the Phone

This morning, Steve Jobs took to the stage in Cupertino to address what many had dubbed "Antennagate." The iPhone 4's issues with reception and dropped calls have led to a public outcry, and Consumer Reports even decided it couldn't recommend the faulty phone. After weeks of media and users complaining that touching the iPhone 4 in just the right place could quickly cut your reception from five...

Consumer Reports: iPhone 4 Reception Problems Due to Faulty Design

Apple may still refuse to admit that its iPhone 4 is plagued with design flaws, but Consumer Reports certainly won't. In a recent blog post, the company's testers confirmed that the signal problems many have noticed with the new iPhone are, indeed, the result of faulty design. After testing different phones in a so-called "radio frequency isolation chamber," engineers noticed that when they...

Angry iPhone Owner Claims Jobs Insulted Him, Apple Claims, 'Oh No You Di'int'

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... Steve Jobs famously and admirably responds to consumer e-mails, but one angry customer has purportedly prompted some contentious messages from the Apple CEO. The iPhone 4 owner claims he sent Jobs an e-mail concerning the phone's dropped call issues, and that Jobs subsequently told him to "Calm down" because "It is just a phone."...

Chrome Supplants Safari in Browser Rankings, Jobs Replies to 'Blood Gadgets'

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... Google Chrome forcefully and successfully entered the browser battle in 2008, but its overall market share subsequently took a significant dip as the initial excitement waned. Chrome's popularity has certainly rebounded, though, and it has now surpassed Apple's Safari as the third most popular browser in the U.S. Internet Explorer...

Apple Responds to iPhone 4 Complaints: You're Holding It Wrong

Having trouble finding a signal with your new iPhone 4? Apple says it's probably your own fault. As it turns out, if you hold the phone in a way that blocks the iPhone's bottom left-hand corner, you might experience technical difficulties. Responding by e-mail to a frustrated iPhone 4 user and Engadget reader, Steve Jobs reportedly said, "Just avoid holding it that way." Engadget...

Pentagon Hunting Underground Wikileaks Founder, iPhone 4 Pixel Quarrel

Highlights from this morning's other big tech headlines.... With help from former hacker Adrian Lamo, authorities recently nabbed the man responsible for divulging an inordinate amount of classified videos, documents and communications to whistleblower site Wikileaks. Now, federal officials just need to keep the site from publishing its supposed supply of 230,000 military and government...