Here’s a shot of the Apple I. Apple inventor and co-founder Steve Wozniak invented this DIY computing kit circa 1975. Soon after, Wozniak, his boyhood friend, the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, and investor Ronald Wayne officially incorporated as Apple Computer Corp. on April 1, 1976 — thirty-seven years ago.
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Apple released its third generation iPad today in San Francisco — but our Paul Bonner says Apple has just re-iterated his still valid question with this iteration. That is? Why does anyone need a tablet? They don’t, Bonner says. But there’s a difference between want and need, which reflects Steve Jobs’ ultimate triumph as a […]
Flash just won’t die, despite the emergence of a worthy competitor in HTML5 and years of scorn from the likes of Steve Jobs. Click through for a nice graphical look at how the competition between the two platforms is shaking out in the gaming world from onemorelevel.com:
Former president George H.W. Bush ordered the FBI to investigate late Apple cofounder and CEO, Steve Jobs, back in 1991. The FBI says the White House was considering Jobs as an appointee on the President’s Expert Council. Here’s the 191-page FBI folio on Steven Paul Jobs. Jobs
Just when you thought you’ve seen it all. And that’s all there is to Macworld | iWorld 2012. Video — original as shot by Julie Blaustein for aNewDomain.
Steve Jobs will be sorely missed for his iconic Macworld keynotes over the years, particularly since he returned as a turnaround “interim” CEO in 1997. Here’s all the keynotes he made from 1997 on. It is an amazing adventure to watch him grow in confidence and how the tech improves geometrically year after year. Take […]
Is Research in Motion cutting back to just one new BlackBerry smartphone? And holy cow, look at AT&T and Sprint playing catch-up in the 4G game. All that, and Apple is not at all amused over a new Steve Jobs action figure in today’s ranting roundup.
Are the Steve Jobs action doll figures — Apple has filed to stop their sale — just in bad taste? Or are they worthy tributes? Our Mac McCarthy says — worthy. Here’s why.
Tom and the gang today round up the top stories of 2011.
The New Yorker’s Malcolm Gladwell just posted The Tweaker, an unusual look at Steve Jobs. A fresh look, just when you think we’ve explored every angle of Steve Jobs’ life, work and aesthetic at Apple.