Woz called them "grandiose," but whatever.
Two broken mice? We hope it wasn't the only gift he got.
Batman shouldn't have updated.
In a perfect world, Siri would say, "Have you heard of Campbell's, you lazy sonofabitch?"
"Fix it with the Force."
Double Fan-Boy alert.
So the Apple iTunes hype annoyed you but you'll want to express that annoyance the right way.
"Got to practice singing skat? There's an app for that."
Over an unwatchable choppy video stream, Steve Jobs just announced Apple's new video-streaming device at a keynote speech in Cupertino.
Celebrities: Not Just Like Us.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll buy an iPhone.
The ads will likely debut on June 7, when Apple is expected to unveil a new app for overcoming the soul-crushing tedium of married life in the suburbs.
The music-streaming site will be shuttered at the end of the month.
Apple recently filed a patent for a Ticketmaster-killer.
Which Song From the New Gorillaz Album About Plastic Pollution Should Be Used in an iPod Commercial?
Too bad about the album's environmental theme.
Pages appear even more pagelike!
Apple is allegedly set to announce a music-streaming service allowing users to back up their libraries remotely and listen to them on any Internet-connected device.
And you will submit.
Apparently iPhones get "excellent reception" in underground tunnels.
$5.99 will get you six months worth of daily updates on your iPhone from everyone's favorite literary website.
ASCAP and BMI want royalty payments every time you listen to a 30-second sample in the iTunes Music Store.
iTunes 9.0, available later today, will allow "home sharing" at last.
B-b-b-baby, you ain't seen nothing yet.