When you hear the words “Steve Urkel,” what do you think of? It could be a flash of ’90s nostalgia—Hammer pants, TGIF, Ninja Turtles, paint splashes—or maybe just a looped recording of Urkel whining, “Did I do that?” over and over again. Show More Summary
Michigan's top economic development official is stepping down after 2½ years on the job. Gov. Rick Snyder announced Steve Arwood's departure Wednesday, effective June 30. Arwood is CEO of the … Click to Continue »
May 23, 1985: Bitter about being ousted from his position running the Macintosh division, 30-year-old Steve Jobs attempts to stage a coup to seize control of Apple from CEO John Sculley. He plans to overthrow Sculley while he is away on a business trip in China. Show More Summary
John Sculley, as president of Pepsi, helped the scrappy soda start-up take a large chunk of marketshare from industry giant Coca-Cola. In 1983, Steve Jobs, chose Sculley to run Apple. Sculley shares lessons and tips learned from more than four-decades of running some of America's top firms.
Steve Jobs' last great product is on vivid display on 175 acres here — a living, breathing testament to his vision for a space-age campus
A German engineer has nabbed a scarce working Apple 1 for an absolute steal.
Fifteen years ago, Steve Jobs introduced the iPod. Since then, most music fans have understood this has radically changed how they listen to music.
Amy Tenderich, 10 years ago, in an open letter to Steve Jobs: If insulin pumps or continuous monitors had the form of an iPod Nano, people wouldn’t have to wonder why we wear our “pagers” to our own weddings, or puzzle over that strange bulge under our clothes. Show More Summary
A rare working Apple-1, the first computer produced by Steve Jobs' world-beater-to-be company four decades ago, sold for less than expected at auction in Germany on Saturday.
TweetOh yes, officer. I’ve been meaning to put on the license plates DMV sent me all those years ago, but [INSERT EXCUSE HERE]. As seen on the 101: Cf. Steve Jobs, famous for going plateless on the 101:
The temperature in Apple's new office will vary from 68 degrees to 77 degrees.
A glass door four stories tall; nearly 9,000 trees; a cafe with patented box technology to keep pizzas from getting soggy; a two-story yoga room covered in stones specifically distressed to look like those at Steve Jobs' favorite hotel. These are but a few of the features of the...
U2's lead singer whips out a red iPhone and gives a shout-out to his favorite tech luminaries, from Steve Jobs to Sheryl Sandberg.
One of the words I use a lot when reviewing Apple products is opinionated. I firmly believe that great art or design can’t happen without a point of view—and the more you depart from a focused point of view, the more likely a creation will be compromised, workmanlike... Show More Summary
In a recent interview, prolific actor Jeff Goldblum, best known for his work in movies like Jurassic Park and The Fly, revealed Apple cofounder Steve Jobs personally reached out many years ago to be "the voice of Apple."
Actor Michael Fassbender, star of movies such as "Steve Jobs" and the new "Alien: Covenant," recently traded the film set for the race track to complete his first race in the one-make Ferrari Challenge series. Fassbender, a lifelong fan of Formula One and Ferrari itself, began training with the Italian firm's Corso Pilota driving program in 2016...
Rachel Lindsay's The Bachelorette suitors have been revealed—as has her final pick, who Reality Steve revealed today. No spoilers here, but a link and list. Read this story »
May 17, 1983: John Sculley starts work at Apple as its third president and CEO, following Mike Scott and Mike Markkula. As the former boss of Pepsi-Cola, Sculley is lured to Apple by Steve Jobs, who uses one of the most famous lines in the history business: “Do you want to spend the rest of […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
If things had turned out differently, Hollywood actor Jeff Goldblum might have added another role to his long list of credits: the voice of Siri.