$40 Billion Liquid – Additional Thoughts

$40 Billion Liquid - Additional Thoughts
A few days ago, I wrote a post about Apple’s quarterly earnings call. I’ve been thinking a lot about that big number – $40 billion – and what it really means for Apple. I think the truly telling part about it though I already put in that first post. Jobs said that the money provides Read more…

Limited Edition Steve Jobs Plush Sold Out

Limited Edition Steve Jobs Plush Sold Out
As a writer here on Apple Gazette, I take it as my personal responsibility to get you – the readers – the latest and greatest Apple products as they hit the market. Today, I have realized, that I failed you. That’s because PodBrix, makers of some of my favorite Lego-inspired toys, has produced a plush Read more…

40 Billion Reasons to Think Apple Is Doing OK

40 Billion Reasons to Think Apple Is Doing OK
Apple held their annual shareholder’s meeting yesterday, and as usual, some interesting things came out of the call. First, Apple’s opening up 25 stores in China soon. Then there was no talk of Verizon and the iPhone, but that’s no real big shocker. For me though, was a repeat of information that I already knew, Read more…

Three Books on Steve

We recently reported that Steve Jobs has finally agreed to an authorized biography, written by former Time magazine editor Walter Isaacson: The book, which is in the early planning stages, would cover the entire life of Mr. Jobs, from his youth in the area now known as Silicon Valley through his years at Apple. (source) Read more…

iBook Reading: Steve Jobs Reported to Authorize Biography

iBook Reading: Steve Jobs Reported to Authorize Biography
The story of Steve Jobs is inspirational, but it’s never been told from his side. Sure, there was that weird movie a few years back, and then the few unauthorized biographies, but now, according to the New York Times, Steve-o is now ready to help out with an authorized biography of his life. From the Read more…

I Am Steve’s Black Turtleneck

I Am Steve's Black Turtleneck
Want to be Steve Jobs- or just dress like him? Steve’s black mock turtleneck, paired with classic Levi 501s, is so famous that there’s a website dedicated to it, and a “Hello, My Name is Fake Steve Jobs” iteration (sort of a mock mock turtleneck?) as well. Apparently, the real turtleneck is made by St. Read more…