You just can't beat a classic. Japanese manufacturer Seiko recently announced plans to re-release a version of its vintage 1980s Chariot model timepiece. That just so happens to be the same watch that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs isShow More Summary
During a Reddit Ask Me Anything, Microsoft's co-founder credits Xerox for creating the graphical interface that influenced both him and Apple's Steve Jobs.
With the move-in date fast approaching, a new video has been published showing the advances that the construction teams have made on the newly christened Apple Park headquarters and Steve Jobs Theater in the last month.
Steve Jobs didn’t wear an Apple Watch. Instead, at least back in 1984, he wore a Seiko Chariot timepiece — as seen in an iconic photo of Jobs, used on the cover of Time magazine after his 2011 death. While the “heavily worn” Jobs-owned original sold for $42,000 at auction last year, Japanese watchmaker Seiko and […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
In 2010, Steve Jobs introduced the first iPad as a new product category between the smartphone and notebook. Born into ridicule, there's still a widespread misunderstanding of what iPad actually is, seven years later. Here's a look at why.
It looks as though watch brand Seiko is bringing back the Seiko Chariot, seen in the iconic black-and-white Time portrait of Steve Jobs from 1984. The new model, Seiko Nano Universe, shares the same minimalist design with a few subtle modifications. The ad shows him sitting on the floor with an early Apple Macintosh computer […]
In 2010, Steve Jobs introduced the first iPad as a new product category between the smartphone and notebook. It ended up dramatically shifting demand in the PC industry, but sales have since plateaued. Here's what Apple can do, has done and is doing to build iPad into the Post-PC future of computing.
One of the most iconic photographs of Steve Jobs shows him sitting on the floor in this Woodside, California home while holding the first Macintosh in his lap. On his wrist in that image is a very simplistic Seiko watch that has drawn...Show More Summary
The former Apple co-founder and chief executive left a memorable legacy -- and some memorable quotes. Here are 10 quotes in remembrance of Jobs' birthday.
Steve Jobs was a lot of things, both positive and negative, but regardless of all that, he most certainly got things done. As the above quote reminds us, at least part of that was knowing when not to do something. Read more...
On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and a third person, Ronald Wayne founded the Apple Computer Company. After just 12 days, Wayne decided that the company could open him up to too much liability, so he sold his 10% stake in...Show More Summary
This week Benjamin and Zac discuss the first HomeKit video camera, stock CarPlay, red iPhone 7 rumors, revolutionary iPhone 8 3D selfies, Apple Park, and more. 9to5Mac’s Happy Hour podcast is available for download on iTunes and Apple’s Podcasts app, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. more… Filed under: Apple
Friday would have been Steve Jobs’ 62nd birthday. The inimitable tech leader, innovator and Apple co-founder forever changed the landscape of consumer tech products and was a pioneer in the industry. The former Apple chief executive left a lasting legacy following his death in 2011. Here are 20...
Co-founder of the tech giant would have been 62 this year.
How long can Apple continue to play it safe before it has to once again start taking big, disruptive risks?
Today would’ve been Steve Jobs’ 62nd birthday, and Tim Cook took to Twitter to pay tribute to Apple’s co-founder and Cook’s predecessor as CEO. “Remembering Steve, whose words and ideals will always inspire us,” Cook wrote. He then quoted...Show More Summary
Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter on Friday to mark what would've been the 62nd birthday of his predecessor, company co-founder Steve Jobs.
On what would have been the 62nd birthday of Steve Jobs, Tim Cook has tweeted in remembrance of his friend and former boss. more… Filed under: Apple
February 24, 1955: Steve Jobs is born in San Francisco, California. As the co-founder and CEO of Apple, he is one of the most important figures in the history of consumer technology, and probably a big part of why you’re reading this website right now! Happy birthday, Steve! Too much to write, too little space […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)