Apple buying Disney would create an unparalleled entertainment behemoth
Newsweek investigates the likelihood of a merger between Apple, Inc. and The Walt Disney Company—two companies with a surprisingly collaborative past.
Fake Joe Rogan and Steve Jobs AI-powered interview freaks out the internet
One Twitter user wrote that the fake interview from podcast.ai "absolutely broke my brain."
Steve Jobs' Daughter Eve Mocks iPhone 14 Launch, Hints Nothing's Changed
After Apple unveiled the new iPhone 14, the daughter of company co-founder Steve Jobs took shots on her Instagram account.
Issey Miyake's Turtleneck: How It Became Steve Jobs' Signature Look
Before his death in 2011, the former Apple CEO told his biographer why he made Miyake's turtlenecks his own personal uniform.
Issey Miyake, Designer of Steve Jobs' Iconic Black Turtleneck, Dies Age 84
Japanese fashion designer and legend Issey Miyake has reportedly died at the age of 84 according to multiple news sources in Japan.
Steve Jobs' Original Apple Computer Prototype Up for Auction
Steve Job's Apple Computer A printed circuit board was hand-soldered by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Achieving the User Experience Trifecta: From "Buy-In" to "Trying" to "Doing
The counterintuitive piece triggers curiosity and a desire to find out more, otherwise known as "buy-in." The intuitively correct part triggers curiosity and a willingness to give something a try, called "trying." And finally, we are "doing" when we reach the practically doable stage.
Elizabeth Holmes, Ex Theranos CEO's Child and Husband Revealed
The former CEO of Theranos, the defunct Silicon Valley blood testing company, and MIT graduate reportedly first met at a San Francisco Bay Area party.
4 Things Steve Jobs Was Right About, And 3 He Got Wrong
The Apple co-founder wasn't shy about expressing his opinion, and many of his visions of the future were startlingly accurate.
10 Years In, Tim Cook's Apple Still Has One More Thing
The Apple CEO has been in the job for 10 years but still hasn't really introduced any game-changing products. Could the "Apple Car" change all that?
Tim Cook As Apple CEO Has Proved the Steve Jobs Acolytes Wrong
Cook's appointment as chief executive a decade ago underwhelmed many, but the softly spoken man from Alabama has taken the company to new heights.
Steve Jobs Letter Saying He Doesn't Sign Autographs Sells for Almost $500K
The Apple co-founder's signature often sells for hundreds of thousands of dollars when auctioned as Jobs rarely gave his autograph.
What Is the Best Warren Buffett Biography of All Time?
Walmart strikes back against the Department of Justice; Jack Ma gets richer; some great business books for the holidays; and speculation about a potential Biden treasury chief.
Trump Says Apple's Steve Jobs Would 'Not Be Happy' With Widow Magazine Ties
Trump is on the offensive against The Atlantic after it alleged he had dismissed American veterans as "suckers" and "losers."
How Steve Jobs Inspired A Young Entrepreneur
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life."
Rare Apple-1 Computer Created by Steve Jobs up for Sale
According to Boston-based RR Auction, the record price for an Apple-1 was established in 2016, selling for $815,000.
Apple CEO Talks Steve Jobs and Running for President
He also revealed how Steve Jobs persuaded him to join Apple.
Apple CEO Cheers 'Me Too' Movement At Duke Commencement
Apple CEO Tim Cook's commencement speech at Duke University Sunday offered graduates a "think different" strategy that touted the women of the "me too" movement as well as the Parkland, Florida shooting survivors.
In Pictures: 10 Years of the Apple App Store
It's easy to forget that the first iPhone didn't even have an App Store.
Steve Jobs: Rare Signed Documents Sell for $240,000
The one-page document pre-dated Apple by three years and was initially valued at $50,000.
Would You Pay $50,000 for the Scribbles of Steve Jobs?
The rare one-page document dates back to 1973, three years before the launch of Apple.
'The Greatest Showman' Inspired by the Legend of Barnum
The film's star credits the founder of Barnum & Bailey Circus with the "idea that you could be who you want to be, that it doesn't matter where you're born or what school you went to."
Vintage Steve Jobs Newsweek Cover Being Auctioned Off
An old copy of Newsweek with the autograph of Steve Jobs on its cover will soon be up for auction and consignor Diane Williams is hoping for big money.
Apple iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X: How and When to Pre-Order
Apple announced new phones. Here's how to get them.
How to Live-Stream the Apple Event
Get ready for the big reveals.
The Iphone's Birthday is Not Something to Celebrate
In our smartphone saturated world, anxiety and depression are rife and the way we communicate with each other has become distant and diminished.
10 Huge Cultural Moments in iPhone History
From the arrival of Siri to that disastrous U2 album release.
Alonso at Indy 500 'Like Bill Gates at Apple Party'
An IndyCar veteran gave his opinion on the Spaniard skipping the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix in favor of the Indy 500.
Successful College Dropouts Are Major Exceptions
Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs may all have dropped out, but stats show elite colleges open the most doors.
Apple 'Secretly Working on Diabetes Treatment'
Apple is reportedly the latest tech firm to set its sights on tackling a chronic disease.