Japan’s gorgeous, precarious fishing poles (Craftsmanship)
While Japanese master craftsmen command up to $100,000 for turning bamboo into a fishing pole, aspiring younger makers can barely find anyone to train them. And this isn’t the only time-honored Japanese crafts at the brink of extinction. How could this happen in a country that, for centuries, has served as a model of hand-made perfection?... READ MORE>>

Innovators Under 35: Jini Kim, 34 (MIT Technology Review)
A stint helping the government altered her view of her health-care business.... READ MORE>>

What Does Apple Want with Beats? (The New Yorker)

The Job After Steve Jobs: Tim Cook and Apple (The Wall Street Journal)
From the moment he became CEO of Apple, Tim Cook found himself in the shadow of his boss... READ MORE >> 

Why Is Apple Being So Nostalgic? (The New Yorker)

Is Apple’s E-Book Fight Worth the Trouble? (The New Yorker) 

Steven Paul Jobs, 1955-2011 (The Wall Street Journal) 
Apple Co-Founder Transformed Technology, Media, Retailing And Built One of the World's Most Valuable Companies... READ MORE>>

Jobs Quits as Apple CEO (The Wall Street Journal)

Secrets From Apple's Genius Bar: Full Loyalty, No Negativity (The Wall Street Journal)

Your Apps Are Watching You (The Wall Street Journal)
A WSJ Investigation finds that iPhone and Android apps are breaching the privacy of smartphone users... READ MORE >>

The Only Tech These Geeks Lack Is a Cart to Haul Their Gadgets (The Wall Street Journal)
The Rest—iPads, Bodybuggs—They Stuff in Pockets and Pillows; That 'Naked' Feeling... READ MORE >>

iPad Fans Face New Dilemma With Tough-to-Tote Gadget (The Wall Street Journal)
Better to Use Vest or Robot Backpack? The 'iMaxi' Unfolds as a Hit... READ MORE >> 

Jobs, Back at Apple, Focuses on New Tablet (The Wall Street Journal)

How I Spent My Summer: Hacking Into iPhones With Friends (The Wall Street Journal)
Teens Bond by Jailbreaking the Mobile; 'A Trust Issue' for MuscleNerd... READ MORE >>

Jobs Had Liver Transplant (The Wall Street Journal)
Apple Chief on Track to Return to Work at End of June; No. 2 May Expand Role... READ MORE >>

Toshiba's Plan for Life After HD DVD (The Wall Street Journal)
Nishida Says Firm Will Target Consumers With TVs, PCs and Standard Disc Players READ MORE>>

Ring! Ring! Ring! In Japan, Novelists Find a New Medium(The Wall Street Journal)
Budding Scribes Peck Their Tales on Cellphones; Ms. Nakamura's Hurt Pinkie... READ MORE >>

Howard Stringer, Japanese CEO (The Wall Street Journal)
Caught between two worlds, the Sony chief tightens his management grip. Will it work?... READ MORE>>

Amid Videogame Arms Race, Nintendo Slows Things Down (The Wall Street Journal)
Simpler Console Invites Adults To Get Off Couch and Play, While Rivals Go for Power READ MORE>>