The following list comprises the most-read Bloomberg News reports from the past week.
When the same company controls the hardware, software and services, it’s called “owning the stack.” And no one does it like Apple.
Keeping Google’s phone offerings straight can be a chore.
Apple calls the latest version of its full-sized tablet the iPad Air, which is a better name than “iPad Semi Mini.”
Microsoft’s Windows 8 and Surface tablet computers haven’t exactly been roaring successes.
In a season that will see the arrival of both a new Xbox and PlayStation, what if the coolest game turns out to be a couple of plastic race cars whizzing around a vinyl mat?
In an earlier time, you might have advertised your tech credentials with a pocket protector and a slide rule. For late 2013, there’s Samsung’s new Galaxy Gear smartwatch and Galaxy Note 3 phone.
There’s no reason you need to know what a codec is. Unless you’ve tried to view or share video shot on one type of device, say an Android phone, on another, like an iPhone.
Is there some rule that the founders of social networks have to behave so anti-socially?
Roundtable Discusses Apple iPad Mini Release
Tech Gifts for Dads and Grads
"Several of its advanced features do not work very well, and it feels more like a collection of functions than a smoothly integrated experience."
- Rich Jaroslovsky on Apr 24, 2013