The new iPhone 5 has a bigger screen and some modest improvements. Can it stave off Android?
Dan Lyons is technology editor at Newsweek and the creator of Fake Steve Jobs, the persona behind the notorious tech blog The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs. Before joining Newsweek, Lyons spent 10 years at Forbes.
Apple is dropping Google’s map software in favor of a homegrown version that’s not as good—screwing customers in its Google feud, says Dan Lyons.
By leaping into the hardware business, Microsoft is adopting Apple’s business model, says Dan Lyons.
Skout was a flirting app for grown-ups. Then it opened up to teens. Then three kids allegedly got raped. Dan Lyons on a cautionary tale about creepy new mobile apps.
Apple just rolled out a bunch of new updates, but not what everyone wanted—and Dan Lyons is disappointed.
For Silicon Valley’s overhyped and overvalued companies, this falling stock is bad news. By Dan Lyons.
According to a legal expert, Facebook broke no laws in selectively disclosing negative information before last week’s IPO, writes Dan Lyons.
In the wake of a disastrous stock offering comes what looks like a huge scandal. By Dan Lyons.
Two HTC Android smartphones are stuck at Customs. Dan Lyons on the blow to HTC in Apple’s war on Android.
Scott Thompson lasted just four months in the job. Dan Lyons offers a send-off.