Vincent Tourraine

Octobre 2015

The New York Times Reaches a Milestone, Thanks to Our Readers

When the Supreme Court issued its historic rulings this year on same-sex marriage and other issues, the New York Times reporter in the courtroom was a Yale-educated lawyer. Our reporter who broke a major story about abandoned chemical weapons in Iraq was a former captain in the Marines.

Stop Googling. Let’s Talk.

COLLEGE students tell me they know how to look someone in the eye and type on their phones at the same time, their split attention undetected. They say it’s a skill they mastered in middle school when they wanted to text in class without getting caught.

Masters of the Small Canvas

Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook’s announcement this month that “the future of TV is apps” made designer Louie Mantia very happy. He and Alexa Grafera run Parakeet, a studio in Portland, Ore.

The Inside Story of Apple’s New iMacs

Early this year, the top-secret laboratory where Apple designs its Macintosh accessories was bedeviled by a crisis on tiny feet. It had to do with the reinvented mouse the team was designing to accompany a new set of iMac computers that will be released today.