Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs bio arriving in paperback September 10, features new cover shot

It's been a long while coming, but publisher Simon & Schuster has finally decided to give the paperback edition of Walter Isaacson's 2011 Steve Jobs biography a release, complete with new cover shot and afterword.


Leave Tim Cook alone! In defense of Apple’s oft-berated, underrated leader

Question marks have been raised about Apple's recent performance under the steady hand of Tim Cook and there's a perception that the vision left with Steve Jobs, but maybe he deserves a chance to prove himself.


Dear Apple: Can iCloud ‘just work’ already?

Steve Jobs promised iCloud would be the center of Apple users' digital lives. Two years later, are we any closer to a service that "just works" — and that can propel the next generation of great apps?


Atari’s Breakout celebrates 37th birthday on Google’s image search

Google celebrates the 37th birthday of Atari's classic game Breakout with a playable transformation of its image search feature. Read on for a look back at the series of events that led to its creation by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.


Bill Gates on Steve Jobs: His sense of design made “phenomenal products” possible

Microsoft founder Bill Gates has spoken about his relationship with the late Steve Jobs. During an interview with Charlie Rose for 60 Minutes, Gates commented on how Microsoft and Apple differed, and talked about one of his last meetings with Jobs.


New Apple headquarters will cost more than the new World Trade Center to construct

It's the PR problem that no company wants to deal with: What happens when costs on your new corporate headquarters skyrocket so much that the project will cost more to construct that the new World Trade Center? Good luck with that one, Apple.


iSteve: Funny or Die to debut Steve Jobs comedy biopic starring Justin Long

The Funny or Die website is about to release comedy biopic iSteve, described by its creator as a "very silly" look at the life of Steve Jobs. Writer-director Ryan Perez said it took him three days to pen, with most of the source material coming from Wikipedia…


Jailbreaking records: Envasi0n frees 7 million iOS devices in just four days

Apple continues to criticize the act of jailbreaking, but that isn't stopping iOS device owners from jailbreaking more than 7 million devices in the past four days using a new tool called Envasi0n - now the most popular jailbreaking tool in iOS history.


First jOBS footage: Watch one minute of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs

We've got the first footage of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs from the upcoming biopic jOBS, and it's not nearly as terrible as we'd feared.


‘jOBS’ biopic starring Ashton Kutcher coming to theaters April 19

'jOBS', the much-anticipated Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher, will go nationwide on April 19, almost three months after this Friday's world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.


Giant iPhone: Interactive monument to Steve Jobs unveiled in Russia

Monuments to Steve Jobs continue to pop up around the world more than a year after his death, a testament to the enduring popularity of the late Apple boss. The latest one – a giant replica of an iPhone – was unveiled in Russia this week.


Steve Jobs’ luxury yacht now free to leave port after payment dispute is settled

Steve Jobs' luxury yacht is now free to sail from Amsterdam following the settlement of a payment dispute between the Jobs estate and the acclaimed designer Philippe Starck, who helped Jobs design the vessel.


Steve Jobs’ dream yacht impounded over unpaid design bills

Steve Jobs' super yacht, the Venus, cost more than 100 million euros to make. But the designer has not received his full commission.


jOBS: Kutcher’s Steve Jobs biopic to get first screening at Sundance

Has Kutcher been able to nail the role of Steve Jobs? The beard certainly works. We'll have the answer soon, as jOBS will be premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in January.


Does ‘Assembled in USA’ mean anything for Apple?

Some new iMacs say "Assembled in USA" rather than "Assembled in China." If it's a strategy shift and not a fluke, what might it mean for Apple?