2011 will be remembered for the death of Steve Jobs, Cisco's refocusing, IPv6's coming-out party, and more.
As another year draws to a close, we look back on the IT-related comments that stuck with us.
Sony's PlayStation Network hack, Steve Jobs' passing, and the Stop Online Piracy Act were just three of the top tech stories of 2011.
Apple's leader gave a candid talk on a landmark day in the company's history -- its launch of the iTunes store.
The Computer History Museum launched an online exhibit about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on Monday.
The advice Steve Jobs gave Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.
Analysis: Steve Jobs has received well-deserved public acclaim, but Bill Gates might be a businessperson to admire, and the model for our children to emulate.
Steve Jobs had some very harsh things to say about Bill Gates in the just-published biography of him. In an interview yesterday, Gates responded quite kindly to that criticism, but also took credit for helping Steve Jobs invent the Mac.
Many feel that Steve Jobs was a petty tyrant or that Apple's patents are too broad, but emotion and personal opinion don't play a role in determining legal issues around whether Android was 'stolen' from iOS.
Android loyalists like to paint Apple litigation as patent trolling, but revelations from the upcoming biography suggest Steve Jobs was positive Android was "stolen" from iOS and willing to spend every last penny to prove it.