Prepare to be slightly offended or wildly amused at this video of a ghostly Steve Jobs rapping about the iPhone 5.
Every three years or so, Sequoia Capital, one of Silicon Valley’s most accomplished venture capital firms, grabs our attention with a not-so-subtle change to its website.
What would a spaceship look like inside if Apple designed it? Glad you asked. Pictures of the company’s new “spaceship” campus were leaked today.
Apple is attempting to start a Pandora-like Internet radio service, according to the Wall Street Journal, which says that Apple executives have been talking to music industry players to negotiate licensing.
Editor’s Pick We all have regrets, but they don’t typically involve blowing billions of dollars.
Apple has made it through the bruising hand-to-hand combat of its latest patent trial, and it’s defeated all the lawyers that Samsung could throw at it. Now it’s got to face the big boss at the end: Google.
Promised a job for life? Better get that in writing.
The man behind the curtain of the exquisitely produced Apple events that helped Steve Jobs make presentation magic so many times was fired from the Cupertino company in December.
It is on. World War III, here we go.
Google is finished with helping Samsung and other Android sellers with its left hand behind the back, in a black box. It’s tired of Apple attacking Google by fighting proxy wars with Asian manufacturers. No more cold war, no more semi-civilized conflicts in third-world countries no one has ever heard of.
Google vs. Apple, meet USA vs. USSR, circa 1985.
Apple had a disappointing quarter, even though it was surprisingly good compared to last year. Naturally, investors punished the company by stripping more than five percent from its stock price. Aren’t you people ever satisfied?
Steve Jobs is still so popular, eight months after his death, that to mention him too frequently would bias jurors in a Samsung-Apple lawsuit.
Editor's Pick Single-year revenue growth of over 500 percent is going to bring any company good things. In online marketing firm Magnetic’s case, it’s brought a new series of funding totalling $10 million.
Apple is not well known for its charitable contributions, but Apple chief executive Tim Cook wants to change that perception. During a company meeting last week, Cook talked about Apple’s contributions to local charities and its participation in global campaigns.
In his State of the Union address Tuesday night, President Obama recognized startups and entrepreneurs for innovating and creating new jobs, while calling for reforms that would support everyone who “aspires to become the next Steve Jobs.”
Editor's Pick The Quantified Self is one of the big trends of 2012, as we noted in our recent summary of the Consumer Electronics Show.
The Chinese company that planned to manufacture a life-like Steve Jobs action figure has scrapped its plans after Apple lawyers and Jobs’ family asked it to stop.
BANG! POW! SIMPLIFYING THE USER EXPERIENCE! Steve Jobs is being immortalized yet again, this time in comic book form.
Apple is putting a big ol’ legal kibosh on some unauthorized Steve Jobs action figures.
Guest Post [This story originally appeared on CNET and is republished with permission.]
Walter Isaacson’s biography of Apple visionary Steve Jobs has topped Amazon’s list of best-selling books for 2011, with print and Kindle e-books sales combined.
When it appeared in 1984, the Macintosh blew people away with its graphical interface, its mouse, and its unusual industrial design.
Apple has named Arthur D. Levinson to the position of non-executive Chairman of the Board, filling former CEO Steve Jobs’ long time role.
Editor’s note: Serial entrepreneur Steve Blank is the author of Four Steps to the Epiphany. This story originally appeared on his blog.