Consumers and investors reap the benefits of an environment that's not as much about delivering revenue and profits as it is about becoming a ubiquitous consumer presence.
When you consider iPod, iPhone and iPad's sales numbers and staying power, it's sensible to be skeptical about Apple's move into wearable technology.
If you have to defend $1.2 million in funding for an app called "Yo," maybe larger insecurities are at play.
Apple should stake out and defend at least a little bit of high-end turf to ensure its allure doesn't dilute and eventually wear thin.
As they spread blame to everybody but themselves, the numbers show that the executives who comprise the music industrial complex are little more than a gaggle of losers.
Expect a groundbreaking new initiative launched by a Seattle radio station to spread, changing traditional radio for the better and eventually putting serious hurt on Pandora.
The living room presents the most Apple-like opportunity in tech. It's curious we haven't heard much about it.
What good is profit if Amazon doesn't sell enough smartphones for it to show on the bottom line?
iPhone 6 will save the day, but Apple still deserves scrutiny for entering a smartwatch/wearable device market consumers might not even care about.
Previewing the possibility of a donut war on the West Coast as Dunkin Donuts looks to invade territory occupied by local shops, Krispy Kreme and Winchell's.