Sculpture of Steve Jobs for Fortune Magazine

While reading through one of my favorite art blogs, Drawn.ca yesterday, I came across a post from last month showcasing the artwork of Karen Caldicott. Specifically the sculpture that she had created (pictured above) of Steve Jobs for Fortune magazine. I thought it was an interesting, if not slightly creepy, rendition of Apple’s CEO, and Read more…

Apple Gazette Daily 221 – Jobs pans Flash for iPhone, Hides disease choices, and more!

podcast sponsor link:http://www.audiblepodcast.com/applegazette Click the link above to get your free audio book from Audible, and help support Apple Gazette at the same time! Today’s Show: Jobs says that Flash isn’t ready for the iPhone, speculates on the future, and it is revealed that he hid vital decisions about his health from shareholders for 9 Read more…

HUMOR: Top 5 Possible Steve Jobs Successors

There has been a lot of talk of who might run Apple after Steve Jobs today, after a shareholder meeting yesterday afternoon. After thinking about it myself this morning I have come to one conclusion…finding a Successor for Steve Jobs is going to be no easy task. In fact, his run as CEO at Apple Read more…

Steve Jobs turns 53 over the weekend

Feb. 24th 2008 marked the 53rd birthday of Apple CEO Steven Paul Jobs. I seriously doubt he had a cake that looked like the one above, but you never know. To celebrate Steve’s birthday, join me below in viewing a montage of Mr. Jobs saying his favorite word over, and over, and over again. BOOM! Read more…

A Look at Lisa Brennan-Jobs

Update: Read our special feature The Family Tree of Steve Jobs to find out more about Lisa Brennan-Jobs along with Steve’s widow Laurene, his sister Mona Simpson, his parents, children, and more. Lisa Brennan-Jobs is not a woman we hear much about in connection with Apple. She is the daughter of Steve Jobs, the namesake Read more…

Jobs speaks frankly about the Zune being a “worthy alternative” to the iPod

Recently Microsoft’s Robbie Bach made a statement that the Microsoft Zune was a “worthy alternative” to the iPod. When Steve Jobs was asked about his thoughts on this statement at Macworld this week during a post-Air announcement interview his response was, while slightly harsh, funny as all hell. “Was he inebriated?” Jobs asked CNBC reporter Read more…

Video: Macworld Keynote 1998

1998 was a great year for Apple. The company, with Steve Jobs back at the helm, was on an upswing, and the media was finally starting to lay off the “death of Apple” talk. The 1998 Macworld Expo was held in New York. With the “Think Different” ad campaign in full swing, and the newly Read more…

Image: Jobs at home in 1982

Diana Walker is a photographer who has worked for the White House for five presidential administrations. She has a new book called “The Bigger Picture”. The book features photographs of “the world’s major movers and shakers”. One photo in the book, is the one pictured above. Showcasing Steve Jobs’ apartment in 1982. The quote that Read more…

Jobs says Apple’s current OS update schedule to continue

Steve Jobs spoke with the New York Times about Leopard, saying that this latest release of OSX would form the basis for another cycle of continuous operating system upgrades, which could last as long as a decade. “I’m quite pleased with the pace of new operating systems every 12 to 18 months for the foreseeable Read more…

HUGE NEWS: Jobs Confirms iPhone SDK for Feb. 08

Turns out that Business Week rumor was true. An iPhone SDK is coming. Today on Apple’s Hot New Page, Steve Jobs officially announced that the iPhone SDK will be available in Feb 08. Here is the unedited text of the announcement: Third Party Applications on the iPhone Let me just say it: We want native Read more…