Steve Jobs

Impact of iPhone helps drive Steve Jobs’ selection for photography hall of fame

The International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum has announced that Steve Jobs, along with seven other photography visionaries, will be inducted later this year.

The mechanical keyboards at Computex prove Steve Jobs was wrong about the PC

The halls of Computex are filled to the brim with keyboards, even while some repeat predictions of the PC's doom. Is the keyboard's popularity a fluke? Or does it reveal something deeper about computers?
Social Media

Virgin founder reposts fake final words of Steve Jobs

Richard Branson reposted a chainmail message describing Steve Jobs' final words. Of course, it was all fake. But Richard is still happy. Misinformation or not, he defends it as a source of inspiration.

Happy 40th birthday, Apple! Go back in time to see the Apple I, the first iPhone, and more

It has been 40 years since Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak set out to work on the Apple I computer, after selling their prized possessions -- a VW Microbus and an HP-65 Calculator. Here are the company's best innovations for the past 40…

It’s Bill Gates versus Steve Jobs in high-tech Broadway musical Nerds

Bill Gates and Steve Jobs may be set for a dance-off. The rivalry between the two tech visionaries will be the focus of an upcoming Broadway musical called Nerds. Opening night will be held in April 2016.
Movies & TV

Universal pulls Steve Jobs biopic from more than 2,000 theaters

It seems the Steve Jobs biopic was not marketed with the same savvy as Apple's products, as the film is being removed from more than 80 percent of the theaters that originally screened it

Are you intrigued by Apple’s rumored iCar? Steve Jobs was too

Former Apple exec Tony Fadell revealed that he used to chat with company co-founder Steve Jobs about what an iCar could look like. Apple liked the idea of building a car, but it decided to focus its resources on launching the original…
Movies & TV

Box office hits and misses: New movies flop while The Martian stays strong

Ridley Scott's The Martian continued its strong run in theaters, while a trio of new films including Bradley Cooper's Burnt and Sandra Bullock's Our Brand is Crisis all failed to win over audiences.

Maybe you can handle the truth: How tech has dulled our taste for tall tales

As the backlash to Aaron Sorkin’s all-too-tidy Steve Jobs biopic shows, digital audiences have learned to embrace a messy, unpredictable style of tale that mirrors real life.
Movies & TV

Box office hits and misses: Jem bombs while The Martian returns to the top

Bill Murray's Rock the Kasbah and the live-action Jem and the Holograms both managed to bomb in their opening weekends, while Ridley Scott's The Martian returned to the top of the box-office rankings.
Movies & TV

Box office hits and misses: Goosebumps sinks The Martian with big debut

Ridley Scott's The Martian ended its two-week reign atop the box-office rankings with a drop to second place, thanks to a big opening weekend for the family-friendly horror movie Goosebumps.