Change is supposed to be the standard ingredient in the tech world.
Yesterday, we were Chatrouletting, today we're Airtiming.
Yet there's something about Apple that's been quite the same for a long time. Under Tim Cook, the company wants to be even more secretive. This despite Cook's insistence that he's never felt the weight of stepping into Steve Jobs' New Balances.
But, though he has already shown slightly more civic-minded tendencies -- for example, in addressing the difficulties at Foxconn -- perhaps Cook might consider something a little more basic when it comes down to … Read more