David Pogue provides a review of the iPhone 4S at The New York Times, including an in-depth analysis of Siri Technology, which Pogue describes as, "[A] crisply accurate, astonishingly understanding, uncomplaining, voice-commanded minion." He also includes a brief analysis of Cloud technology, how the iPhone 4 compares to Android and upgrade information for current Apple owners.
At WIRED, Cade Metz explains the legacy of Dennis Ritchie, who he describes as "the shoulders Steve Jobs stood on," and whose legacy, he says is less understood than he deserves. Ritchie, the author of a computer programming language responsible for Apple and died in his home Wednesday evening.
Also at at WIRED magazine, Bill Wasik provides an interesting look into how Cops and other law enforcement officers are using social media on the job. Not only does the article provide an interesting insider look at how officers navigate the complex world of social media, but it also brings an interesting perspective to the issues of privacy and transparency.