You might have missed that this week was Apple’s fall iPhone launch event, but fortunately for you we were on the ground in Cupertino for it and recorded a Vergecast to go over all the announcements. Join Nilay Patel, Allison Johnson, Victoria Song, and Dan Seifert as they discuss the event, the announcements, and their impressions of everything Apple announced.
Homeownership here I come!
Really, what’s stopping you?
Google’s mobile Docs apps have always been weirdly limited and difficult to use compared to the web app that I spend a shocking amount of my day in, so I’m happy to see that Google is bringing them to (visual) parity in the near future.
Do the iPad app next, Google.
Bring it back, I say.
Wired’s Steven Levy tells the story of the photo shoot for the original iMac announcement with Steve Jobs, which Levy was covering for Newsweek at the time. In typical Jobs fashion, there was a lot of skepticism and reluctance, but in the end, it produced one of the most famous photos we have of the Apple co-founder.
The original iMac was released 25 years ago, we’ve got a series of pieces celebrating the computer’s silver anniversary if you missed them earlier this week.
Samsung’s highest-end tablets are more similar than ever, and this year, they come with water resistance. Here’s a guide on how to choose the right model for you.
In between burning his tongue on Hot Pockets and mimicking the audience's internal monologue with a high-pitched voice, comedian Jim Gaffigan has also found time to blog about how annoying it is to keep his kids' smartphones charged.
My dude, I'm with you, the only solution is to charge them yourself.