Steve Jobs once said that iTunes on Windows was like giving someone ice water in hell. Now Windows users are getting the latest version of iCloud before the Mac faithful. Apple has already rolled out iCloud Drive, its new cloud … Read more ›
It's safe to say that Steve Jobs was off the mark when he declared that no one would buy big smartphones -- they've become popular enough that Apple itself is now making large iPhones. But how did these supersized devices escape their niche status to...
Sir Richard Branson, not Steve Jobs invented Apple iTunes and the iPod, this according to the Virgin boss. It sounds like a far-fetched idea, one that, if true, would rewrite history as it’s been recorded and delivered in the oral tradition of technology revolutions. Show More Summary
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Looks like Joan Rivers is cozying up to Steve Jobs in the afterlife.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to appear at a new technology conference hosted by The Wall Street Journal dubbed WSJDLive this October. Apple executives including Steve Jobs have appeared at past “D” conferences hosted by former WSJ employees Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher. WSJDLive appears to be a continuation of sorts of those conferences, […]
They said it wouldn’t be done. Late Apple founder Steve Jobs, specifically, said his company would never develop a smartphone the size of which chief rival Samsung and others were deploying... because, in his words, “No one’s going to buy that.”...
Fans of the late comedian Joan Rivers saw an odd message on her Facebook Page Friday morning that appeared to be a plug for the new iPhones. #D’OH > The late #JoanRivers promotes #iPhone6 from beyond the grave. Steve Jobs could not be...Show More Summary
Two shiny new iPhone 6s presumably infused with the Body and Blood of Steve Jobs hit Apple Stores worldwide today. And, naturally, millions (billions?????) of people around the world dedicated precious hours of their limited lifetimes...Show More Summary
By now everyone's read that Steve Jobs was a low-tech parent, and that none of the people who work in Silicon Valley let their kids have screen time during the week. And now I'm like, well, at least Aphex Twin's kid doesn't use Garageband. Show More Summary
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I’m sure many of us picture the lives of the technocratic elite as being filled with the gadgets we crave; touchscreens on every wall and iPads around every corner, but as New York Times journalist Nick Bilton explains, such is often not the case. In fact, the at-home reality for those who have imagined and [...]
By George Gray Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, or Elon Musk. Game changing innovators who have made an undeniable impact on the world. If you are anything like me you were inspired by these amazing individuals. Clean tech is soon becoming this...Show More Summary
Unlike Steve Jobs, who almost literally passed away engrossed by his lifetime legacy, his work, that "other" billionaire, Oracle's Larry Ellison, 70 years young, has decided to step aside and focus on the more enjoyable things in life, such as buying Hawaiian islands. Show More Summary
Although Steve Jobs is credited as the best technology innovator in the history of Silicon Valley, he was actually an art major in college. Jobs credited his creative talents as the secret sauce in building Apple Computer as the most valuable company in the world. Show More Summary
A new profile of Apple published Wednesday offers a behind-the-scenes look at what has changed at since the death of cofounder Steve Jobs, including how CEO Tim Cook navigated a series of internal shakeups to arrive at the company we see today.
One week after Steve Jobs announced plans to go on his first medical leave of absence from Apple in 2009, the man tasked with temporarily leading the company — or so it was assumed at the time — had to answer to Wall Street. Tim Cook joined two other Apple executives for Apple's quarterly earnings call. Show More Summary
Don’t expect to bump into Apple’s design guru on your next coach flight. When Jony Ive hits the skies he flies private. In fact, according to an Apple profile by Business Week, Sir Jony Ive cuts through clouds in the … Read more ›
Although he passed away in 2011, the memory of Steve Jobs still touches everything that Apple does. His presence isn't just felt in the products of the company, but in his old office as well. In a new interview with Business Week about the iPhone 6,...
Steve Jobs died almost three years ago, leaving Apple's then-COO, notoriously private Tim Cook, in charge of the corporation. Three years later, according to a new profile of Cook in Bloomberg, Jobs's office has become frozen in time, a mosquito suspended in amber: