Commentary: The creative team behind the new film says it wanted to create something akin to an Impressionist painting rather than a "photo" of Apple's mercurial leader. It is that: pretty but very blurry.
Despite objections about the film from people close to the Apple co-founder, the Jobs biopic draws crowds to the four theaters that showed it this weekend.
Artist Nathan Sawaya shows off his amazing giant Lego sculptures in an exhibition at -- where else? -- Brick Lane.
The Art of the Brick is a new exhibition featuring the Mona Lisa, a life-size dinosaur and One Direction -- in Lego!
At an advance screening of the movie in San Francisco, writer Aaron Sorkin and director Danny Boyle defend why they stretched the truth about the Apple co-founder's life.
Hulu snapped up a ton of new movies thanks to a deal that Netflix turned down. Find out what shows and movies are hitting the streaming service right here.
In San Diego, it's hard to escape Comic-Con's massive presence (not that we'd want to). Here are some scenes from around the convention center.
Laurene Powell Jobs and other allies of the late Apple co-founder say the latest film portrays him as cruel and inhumane, according to The Wall Street Journal.
From CNET Magazine: Smartphones, online services and biometric scanners are already easing the way for travelers. Expect even more tech to transform your journeys in the not-too-distant future.
Technically Incorrect: Australia's Fair Work Commission declares that unfriending a co-worker is mean, so very mean.