Technically Incorrect: Apple's CEO tweets a photo of the Denver Broncos' celebrations, presumably taken with his iPhone. It wasn't a good photo.
Technically Incorrect: T-Mobile decides that the presenter's mistake in naming Miss Colombia the winner is ripe for its advertising during the Super Bowl.
The movie dramatizes key moments from the life of Apple's co-founder. How much is real and how much made up?
The film performed well earlier this month in New York and LA, but so far hasn't resonated with a wider audience in the US.
Michael Fassbender, Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin imagine the life and times of the Apple supremo from a unique -- and almost entirely fictional -- series of angles.
The new film from Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle doesn't let the facts get in the way of its unique take on the life and times of the Apple co-founder.
Movie's star, Michael Fassbender, describes his admiration for Jobs and calls Sorkin's script the best he's read.
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.
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.
Technically Incorrect: If there was one thing the world needed, it's a musical comedy featuring two tech icons and holograms.