By Ruel S. De Vera
If you look closely, you see that the cover of “Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs” by Yukari Iwatani Kane (Harper Business, New York, 2014, 371 pages) features the extended shadow of Apple Inc.’s distinctive logo.
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He was a true blue hippie. As a young man, Jobs would walk to work barefoot. He lived in a commune of free spirits, went to India to find a guru and railed against authority.
By Tatin Yang
When Apple touted Siri as one of the best new features of the iPhone 4S, I wasn’t that eager to try her out. Voice activated commands on a phone have always been sketchy, and it always ends up being a source of entertainment for us when we let it pronounce—and mangle—Filipino last names.