President Trump’s private phone calls are apparently a major source of intelligence for foreign nations.
Forty-two years after being founded in a California garage, and twenty years after nearly going broke, Apple Computer has become the first publicly traded company to top $1 trillion in value.
Despite advice from advisers, the President continues to use unsecured devices to communicate outside of White House channels.
Once again, President Trump’s foreign policy tweeting is causing problems.
An artist that’s been around for years that I’ve only discovered recently.
Have we reached the point where the processing speed, connectivity, and cameras on our smart phones are simply good enough?
Most Americans wish Donald Trump would stop tweeting. Good luck with that.
Another set of revelations shows that the Clinton campaign has yet to put the email story behind it.
A bad day for the Clinton campaign.
Hillary Clinton addressed the week-long email controversy, but her explanations only raised new questions.
The head of Blackberry thinks he can save his company by getting the government to force others to make content for Blackberry phones
Seven years ago, Steve Jobs showed us that we could literally hold the world in the palm of our hand.
Once dominant atop the smartphone market, Blackberry seems to be counting out the days until its demise.
Those annoying “Sent from my iPhone” signature block disclaimers actually work.
My latest for The Atlantic continues the debate over work-life balance spawned by Anne-Marie Slaughter’s cover story “Why Women Still Can’t Have it All.”
New head-scratching revelations in the Dominique Strauss-Kahn case.
Herman Cain’s bizarre loyalty to his Campaign Director is one of the reasons he is unfit to be President.
California’s Governor has vetoed a bill that would have reversed a very misguided decision by that state’s Supreme Court.
Ezra Klein argues that there aren’t many jobs for which Hill experience is an asset.
What’s a little thing like freedom of speech when there are shops being looted and burned?
President Obama wants a million hybrid cars on the road by 2015. That’s easier said than done.
A quick glance provides some insights into Palin’s thought processes and leadership style.
A special surprise was waiting this morning for those who subscribe to Jim Geraghty’s Jolt newsletter.
The next-generation iPhone 5 is rumored to have a 4 inch screen and even a slide-out keypad.
The Presidency has lost the aura of mystique that used to surround it, and that’s a good thing.
So, Kodak is suing Shutterfly because it claims to have invented the idea of putting pictures on the Internet.
If the Obama Administration gets it’s way, your secure Internet communications won’t really be all that secure.
Senior staffers are already leaving the Obama administration due to burn-out. But are 18-hour days really necessary for running the White House?
Should we just accept that people are going to be on their iPhones and BlackBerries and redefine rudeness?
According to Maureen Dowd, Barack Obama’s biggest problem is that there are too many white people in this picture.
I’ve got to get a new BlackBerry or move to the iPhone and am looking for suggestions.