5:30 pm, February 18th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s #watwc, Julieanne Smolinski and Ellen DeGeneres offer different ways to celebrate President’s Day, Margaret Brennan gives non-Apple products an existential crisis, the Burger King Twitter hack made us all hungry, and more!
6:14 pm, January 19th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Did you hear about Apple’s big iBooks 2 announcement? (We won’t bore you with the details — you can read about it here). What we will tell you is that the idea was conceived by…an intern.
5:00 pm, January 9th | by Hillary Reinsberg
There may not be enough women in tech, but at least there is Snooki.
3:15 pm, November 6th | by Hillary Reinsberg
The fear of star employees getting poached by other companies is a common emotion in Silicon Valley. At Apple, top execs just got $60 million to stay put.
2:35 pm, October 14th | by Amy Tennery
We’ve heard of getting tattoos of the Apple logo — but this is taking Steve Jobs devotion to creative new heights! Shaving your head to display the Apple founder’s image might not be as permanent — but we think it’s a lot more fun.
12:45 pm, October 7th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Starbucks founder and CEO Howard Schultz wants people to know Apple will be okay even with the loss of Steve Jobs. Well, at least that’s what we think he’s saying?
9:29 am, October 6th | by Amy Tennery
There was nothing ordinary about Apple founder Steve Jobs’ life — and it shows in how his fans around the world are mourning him.
Candle light vigils? Try iPhone vigils. Here are some of the most remarkable ways Apple fanatics are remembering this visionary leader.
6:58 pm, October 4th | by Hillary Reinsberg
You couldn’t watch it in real time, but now it’s here! Today’s announcements from Apple are now available for your viewing. Have a look, if only because you’ll get to hear Tim Cook’s ever-so-slight Southern accent!
2:52 pm, October 4th | by Amy Tennery
The Apple stock took a surprising, sharp tumble this afternoon, as the Apple iPhone announcement unfolded.
12:00 pm, October 4th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Who among us hasn’t tuned in to watch Steve Jobs, clad in jeans and black turtleneck, announce Apple’s newest product at an Apple keynote? Looks like we won’t get that pleasure with Tim Cook.