Recently some iClouders have been having trouble with the service's email. The downtime made a bit of a mess for the roughly two million users it affected, but now Apple has apologized, and assured everyone that all the screwed up emails have made it through now.
With everything that Japan is going through—the quake, the tsunami, the nuclear scare—it'd be sorta understandable if things like the Internet stopped working. Amazingly though, the Internet stayed up.
Is taking out your iPad during dinner conversation even rude anymore? Is it normal to get nervous with distraction-free minutes? I just glanced at my phone while typing this. The NY Times explores our tech-addled brains, and how it's hurting.