Narrow your search
The makers of satirical Steve Jobs film "iSteve" take a liberal approach to computing and Apple history.
The author of Steve Jobs' upcoming biography has changed the title to something more elegant. The book was going to be called 'iSteve: The Book of Jobs'.
The story of Apple boss Steve Jobs is being told in a new book to be published next year, entitled -- inevitably -- iSteve: The Book of Jobs.
"iSteve" promises to be, well, something. The teaser trailer teases and leaves one trailing.
"Jobs", starring Ashton Kutcher as Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, is now available on Netflix in the US.
The comedic effort at the life and success of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has gone off the site, and is being sold on DVD.
Comedy site Funny or Die releases "iSteve," a 79-minute movie about the Apple co-founder based largely on Wikipedia research.
Adding to the pair of theatrical movies about the late Apple co-founder, Funny or Die has its own Jobs biopic coming soon.
Though it's only available for preorder, the authorized biography of Steve Jobs, due in March 2012, is proving popular on Amazon--it's a top seller in three different categories.
A new biography reveals Steve Jobs declared "thermonuclear war" against rival phone system Android.