Jan. 18, 2011 at 9:45 AM ET
Apple CEO and founder Steve Jobs, 55, who has had pancreatic cancer and underwent a liver transplant in 2009, is taking a medical leave of absence.
This won't hold up the iPhone 5, iPad 2 and other Apple products that are on their way this year — they're all still coming on time, and for next year, too, tech experts said Monday.
Speaking of Apple products, here's an interesting timeline of Apple milestones and product introductions.
What's in this next-gen Apple chip?: "Well, quite logically (and according to sources), the heart of the A5 (or whatever it's called) is the next-generation ARM chip."
Facebook put a temporary kibosh on sharing your address and phone number with third party apps after everyone freaked out about it yesterday — but you should still delete that info from your profile if it's there.
Speaking of Facebook and scams, Justin Bieber totally didn't hit a girl, so stop clicking on that Facebook link that says he did because it's a virus. Same goes for that link that allegedly leads to a video of a girl getting stoned to death. Duh.
If you did click, you're not alone. Turns out: "Consumers are well aware of the risks they take being online and engaging in e-commerce, but most of them aren’t taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves."
Hey! Want to see the 10 creepiest things said by Google head Eric Schmidt? (No. 4 is my favorite!)
Still, creepy behavior isn't just for tech companies! Sometimes they're the victims: "There appears to be a roaring black market in 6-foot Android costumes over in Cincinnati, Ohio."