Did Cisco Flip too soon?

September 15, 2009

I’m in Silicon Valley this week meeting technology bankers and venture capitalists. Among the deal chatter, this is a question that came up more than once: Does Cisco feel a little silly for buying Flip camcorder maker Pure Digital, now that Apple has launched its popular iPod music players with built-in video?

Graphic: A look at Apple’s historical stock gyrations

By Reuters Staff
September 9, 2009

Apple’s stock has historically fluctuated widely in the days before and after three major annual events: the January Macworld showcase for fans, the mid-year Worldwide Developers’ Conference, and its September media/entertainment event.

Apple’s Steve Jobs steals the show

September 9, 2009

New colors, video camera, price cuts. Whatever. The Apple show belonged to Steve Jobs.

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Live from the Apple media extravaganza

September 9, 2009

Reuters will have live updates and photos from Apple's live event at 1 pm ET on Wednesday.

Beatles tie-in with Apple event? How about the Stones?

August 31, 2009

Apple confirmed what the technology world has been expecting for weeks: a September 9 media extravaganza. The company has been holding September events for years to refresh its iPod line and unveil new models ahead of the holiday season.

Apple event next month not likely to feature tablet -blog

August 18, 2009

Tech bloggers love to write about Apple, for better or for worse. The secretive nature of the company means a lot of those blogs are speculative and light on sources, yet  we still all love to read them because the house that Steve built is indeed both a fascinating and hugely successful company.

Get ready for Facebook’s billion$

July 6, 2009

Ka-Ching! 

Silicon Valley veteran Mark Andreessen, who sits on Facebook’s board, says the company will rack up billions of dollars in revenue in five years.

Apple’s Steve Jobs steals the show

June 29, 2009

New colors, video camera, price cuts. Whatever. The Apple show belonged to Steve Jobs.

Live blogging the Apple WWDC

By Reuters Staff
June 8, 2009

Reuters is sending live updates via Twitter from the Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference, scheduled to start at 10 am Pacific Time (1 pm Eastern). Read the updates below or follow us on Twitter.

Apple and the netbook question

April 23, 2009

Given the phenomenal success of netbooks — small, cheap, lower-performance PCs — everybody wants to know what plans Apple, the only major PC player that doesn’t have a netbook offering, might have for the space. Netbooks are one of the few bright spots in an otherwise bleak PC landscape.