Time Magazine has just revealed its list of “The 20 Most Influential Americans of All Time.” Late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs is included on the list (which isn’t ranked). Click through to see who else made the cut, and why Jobs was included.
Apple Gazette proudly presents an exhaustive collection of every single “One more thing” moment from Steve Jobs‘ many keynote speeches. More than thirty of them, in fact, and we’ve got embedded videos cued up to the exact moment, so you can watch them all on a single webpage.
The Smithsonian museum in Washington, DC today launched a new exhibit devoted to the patent office. Planned as a series of exhibitions, first up is an exhibit devoted to over 300 patents held by the late Steve Jobs.
Love or loathe him, everyone agrees that Steve Jobs was a true original. Here are 60 of his very best, most honest and inspiring quotes. For your convenience, we’ve organized them by topic.
Did the iPhone really come first, meaning Android ripped Apple off? Or did Android come first? Is it possible that both companies independently arrived at the idea for a touchscreen smartphone around the same time?
It’s got to be one of the worst April Fool’s jokes of all time — because it’s not actually a joke. Ashton Kutcher is playing Steve Jobs in an upcoming indie flick. Why, God, why?
By now you’ve probably heard that Apple CEO Tim Cook announced this morning a plan to pay back cash dividends to its shareholders. It’s a big news story for Apple, but I think there’s a bigger one: this is Cook’s first big move that signals a change in Steve Jobs’ way of doing things. Where […]
It’s been five months since he passed away, and for some of us it’s still hard to believe he’s really gone. Steve Jobs- who needs no introduction, certainly not on this blog- changed our world with his life. The lessons he left behind are nicely summed up in this infographic design from Infographic Labs:
First there was the authorized biography. Then we got the eerily realistic action figure. A gazillion self-published, cheapo ebooks about the supposed inner workings of his mind. Now, there’s actually a Steve Jobs comic book.
A company called In Icons made headlines this week by announcing their freakishly-realistic Steve Jobs figurine/doll, which is set to go on sale in February. Is this a loving tribute to a man who changed the world? Or a dishonorable product that preys on the public’s fascination with the recently-deceased?