(Credit: Breker) One of what's believed to be only six still-working Apple 1 computers set a record at auction Saturday, selling for $671,400 in Germany. The machine, built by Steve "The Woz" Wozniak in Steve Jobs' parents garage back...Show More Summary
An Apple I computer, the low-powered PC that started it all for the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, co-founder Steve Wozniak and the then very new Apple Computers, is up for grabs on May 25. All you need is somewhere north of a half a million dollars. The still-working computer goes to the highest bidder at the German auction house Auction Team Breker. Show More Summary
Watts Martin: Am I saying Steve Jobs’ famous cars and trucks analogy was wrong, hen? Sort of. Desktop computers may be trucks, but the laptops are the cars. That’s why they’ve been outselling desktops for years. Tablets are motorcycles. Show More Summary
One of biggest criticisms of Steve Jobs was that he was not very philanthropic. While he became a billionaire thanks to Pixar, he wasn't know as an activist like Bill Gates who pledged to donate the bulk of his fortune to causes he believed in. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs received a lot of criticism for not giving away more of the cash he made from Apple and his other ventures, but thanks to wife Laurene Powell Jobs, the Jobs family contributes more than you might think. In fact, they’ve been giving money away for more then two decades, they just happen to [...]Show More Summary
While late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs never brought public attention to his philanthropic efforts, he and his family have been giving money away anonymously for more than 20 years.
Steve Jobs famously misquoted Picasso when he said, “Good artists copy; great artists steal.” What Picasso really said was, “Art is theft.” T.S. Eliot said something far closer, “Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal.” I learned...Show More Summary
Zhang Yong, creator of hot-pot chain Hai Di Lao, may not have the global cult following Steve Jobs, but in China’s food and beverage industry, he isn’t far behind.
We've always known that Steve Jobs was a visionary and have heard of his legendary business acumen, but we have never really seen him in action. However, we caught a glimpse of his negotiation skills in email correspondence between Jobs...Show More Summary
There always comes a time in life when a person has to take a journey. Steve Jobs once said :“If you want to live your life in a creative way, as an artist, you have to not look back too much. You have to be willing to take whatever you’ve done and whoever you were and throw them away. Show More Summary
It's debatable whether we'll ever see the release of the iJobs movie outside its initial screenings, but the show, as they say, must go on. And to that effect, actor Ashton Kutcher -- who played the late Steve Jobs in the movie -- is here at the CTIA conference in Las Vegas. Show More Summary
It's not just about being smart. The Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerbergs - and now add David Karp to the list - of the world are brilliant, of course, but more importantly they are extremely hard-working, focused, ambitious and self-motivated. Show More Summary
Links that got us thinking on Wednesday, May 22: This email from Steve Jobs shows how to win a tough negotiation.Are we getting dumber? New research suggests intelligence has declined since the Victorian Era.Richard Branson tries toShow More Summary
A longtime industry watcher moves to Cupertino, Steve Jobs’s email to James Murdoch is marked as read, and Tim Cook dodges an inane “rumor.” The remainders for Wednesday, May 22, 2013 are live, in the flesh. Longtime Tech Industry Analyst...Show More Summary
We've combed through videos of best commencement speeches from Steve Jobs to Oprah Winfrey to find invaluable entrepreneurial advice.
Court documents reveal how the late Apple CEO won over News Corp. on eBook pricing.
Zachary Seward, writing for Quartz: The emails have mostly been viewed in the context of the lawsuit, but they also provide an extraordinary view of high-stakes negotiation between the leaders of two powerful firms, Apple and News Corp. Show More Summary
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) co-founder Steve Jobs may be away from us, but Apple still. Does not. Like Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG). OK, so maybe the rhetoric from the two sides has dissipated somewhat since Jobs passed and there have been indications of some level of respect for each other, it is pretty evident that, at least [...]
The US government’s price-fixing lawsuit against Apple goes to trial next month in New York. Ahead of its court date, the US released emails that purport to show Apple was the “ringleader” in a scheme to set artificially high ebook prices with some of the largest American publishers, which have already settled the case. Show More Summary
Holograms are supposedly going to be the future of artistic performance. First there was the Tupac hologram at Coachella, and now Eazy-E and Ol’ Dirty Bastard are making a hologram comeback too. Tim Cook had to endure a barrage of silly questions at yesterday’s Senate hearing, but the most most absurd and tasteless came from [...]Show More Summary