Friday Aug 29
The Campbell Reporter
Steve Jobs left Apple strong
A day after Steve Jobs ' death, while the family and colleagues of Apple's former CEO kept funeral details under tight wraps, tech analysts on Thursday issued largely upbeat forecasts for the company Jobs co-founded in 1976 and a publisher said it would move up the release date of an authorized biography of the tech icon.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Why Android's Momentum Can't Be Stopped
I have been carrying Android phones lately, and have learned to really like what Google has done with the OS.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
The Charlotte Observer
RadioShack struggles in a wireless world
In 1971, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak hawked tiny machines called Blue Boxes that allowed long-distance phone calls to be made free by mimicking certain tones.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Cult of Mac Blog
A rare peek inside Apple University, or how to think like Steve Jobs
How will the culture Steve Jobs cultivated at Apple continue to live on after his death? That was the main question being asked when Jobs lost the battle to cancer in 2011.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Ex-Time Editor Isaacson: Is Obama Just Running Out the Clock?
President Barack Obama, who's been criticized for losing interest as Obamacare, immigration reform and his economic initiatives face stiff opposition, must choose if he'll "race against the clock" in his final two years or "run it out," ex-Time magazine managing editor Walter Isaacson writes Friday.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
The future in 3-D
Clay Tweel has no hesitation about citing what he would use a 3-D printer for. An incident during his and co-director Luis Lopez's 18-month shoot for their documentary on the subject, Print the Legend, intently focused his mind on the practical applications of being able to reproduce something themselves.
The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
Steve Jobs is a Japanese manga star
The life of Apple guru Steve Jobs is already a book and a Hollywood movie, so why not adapt it into a Japanese comic as well? That appears to be just what has happened.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Is Apple on Its Way to Being a Mobile Enterprise Player?
While attending a tech conference last month, Michael DeFranco received word on his phone that Apple was joining forces with IBM to go after the enterprise.
Walter Isaacson: "Innovation" doesn't mean anything anymore
The man who brought America inside the minds of Einstein, Franklin and Jobs takes issue with modern-day tech hype The bestselling biographer has chronicled the lives of everyone from Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein to Henry Kissinger and Steve Jobs.