Here's a look back at Steve Jobs' career at Apple, in videos that capture his ability to grab an audience.
Spoon, the Chemical Brothers, and DJ Babu are the Download Music crew's picks this week.
Sending a message about accountability and a no prima donna policy, the CEO puts his stamp on Apple.
According to the CEO of market research firm Forrester, Apple only has a few more good years left in it if Tim Cook's at the helm.
Molly Crabapple, known most recently for her paintings inspired by the financial crisis and Occupy Wall Street, presents a modern take on Degas' dancers as she explores the boundaries of Google Glass.
In an interview with CNET amid the final days of CES 2014, MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis makes the bold claim that his company's new $1,375 Replicator Mini marks a pivotal point in taking 3D printing mainstream.
An approximately hour-long interview with the iconic Apple co-founder, filmed in 1995 for a PBS documentary, will screen at movie theaters this month. Thought lost, the footage had been duped onto VHS and had sat quietly in a U.K. garage, waiting to be rediscovered.
A collection of CNET and CBS video tributes in response to the death of Apple Chairman and co-founder Steve Jobs, 56.
Over the 25 years Jobs worked at Apple, the company was an extension of the man and of his vision for computing, industrial design, and a digital lifestyle.
Forrester CEO George Colony argues that Apple will lose its way like Sony did. Colony's argument revolves around charisma, but he misses a few key competitive advantages.