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The software giant asked the exec to deliver a new, quality operating system and do it on time. This week, we'll find out if his sharp elbows and turf fighting were worth it.
The upcoming Steve Jobs film starring Ashton Kutcher has filled out its cast with a handful of new actors to portray Apple's early years.
Walter Isaacson's biography of the Apple leader has been released. Here's a look at what's in the book.
A week before Black Friday, clothing retailer announces deal for Apple devices. Why would T.J. Maxx pull this? The phrase "15 minutes of fame" comes to mind.
In much the same way submarine sensors can differentiate between whales and other vessels, portable device measures subtle skull pulsations that may indicate irregular blood flow.
Lisa J. Murphy, known for nude, 3D pictures of men and women accompanied by braille descriptions, releases a new series of images.
The investigation into the missing iPhone is only the most recent example of Apple taking a more muscular legal approach.
Novell's Linux business didn't do it many favors, but it promises to be a critical component of a range of potential suitors' bids to displace Microsoft in the market.
In January 1984, Steve Jobs--whom I described in my Macintosh review as "Apple's young chairman"--gave me a preview of the original 128K Macintosh. As you can tell from the review, I was very impressed. Thousands of reviews later, I still am.
In this listener cohost episode, we talk tech with Alex from Miami Beach, Dave the psychologist, Remy the postman, and Lisa J.'s voice mail. Sorry, Lisa!