This week, Apple announced it’s dropping the 16GB iPhone SE, while also simplifying and dropping the price on some of its iPad models.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Coach Clayton, a Riverdale High School athletic supervisor and the father of Chuck Clayton.
A look at what’s coming out from DC Comics for June 2017, including one-shot crossovers between the Looney Tunes and the DC superheroes.
Windows 7 and Chrome OS, despite being two very different operating systems, both show signs of strength in separate categories.
What are the advantages of PBS in the era of streaming services and impending federal budget cuts? Plenty, even for single Detroit mothers.
A look at the current state of my social network usage, from Facebook and Twitter to a still-lingering presence on Google+.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Catwoman (real name: Selina Kyle). She first appeared in “Batman” (vol. 1) #1 in 1940.
“Star Wars: Darth Maul” #1 is the top selling comic for February 2017. Meanwhile, “Seven to Eternity” is the top trade paperback/graphic novel.
Since the iPhone’s debut a decade ago, sales of other devices have greatly fallen off, as shown by a Statista infographic.
Brian Hibbs has released his annual analysis of 2016’s bookstore comics sales, which shows the popularity of Raina Telgemeier.