Apple: What to Expect in 2014
Apple and its eponymous logo lost some luster in 2013. Experts questioned the company's ability to innovate .
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The surgeon who gave Steve Jobs a new liver - and two more years - faces new questions
Dr. James Eason, the Memphis surgeon who performed Steve Jobs' liver transplant in 2009 -- and later bought the Memphis house where Jobs convalesced -- allowed Apple outside counsel to pay his taxes and utilities for nearly two years.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Steve Jobs' Apple
There are many stories about the bitten fruit in the Apple logo, the best being a reference to the old story in the Torah of the forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden not included in Adam and Eve's snack menu.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Jony Ive and the myth of tormented genius
A new biography of Sir Jonathan Ive sheds light on the creative process behind the iPhone , iPad , iMac and many other iconic Apple products.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Apple Patents Camera That Allows You To Refocus Images
Steve Jobs , legendary co-founder of Apple and visionary behind many of the iDevices we hold so near and dear, once said that his wish list included the reinvention of three industries: textbooks, television and photography.
Cult of Mac Blog
Dogfight: Inside The iOS vs. Android Smartphone Wars [Interview]
To mark the release of Fred Vogelstein's new book "Dogfight: How Apple and Google Went to War and Started a Revolution" , Cult of Mac chatted to the author to gets his thoughts on the iOS vs. Android smartphone wars, writing a book without Apple's approval, and why both sides could stand to learn a thing or two from their rival.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Jobs gift returns home
Dr Larry Brilliant in Kathmandu using the computer Steve Jobs donated to his organisation, Seva, in the late 1970s Nov. 21: On a recent night at an elegant Beaux-Arts ballroom in San Francisco's financial district, Laurene Powell Jobs received a computer with an unusually rich history.
Biographer to deliver lecture
New York Times best-selling biographer Walter Isaacson will deliver the 32nd Martin Bucksbaum Distinguished Lecture tonight at the Knapp Center at 7:30 p.m. Isaacson's critically acclaimed biographies have featured Henry Kissinger, Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein and most recently, Steve Jobs, as subjects.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Steve Jobs' hidden philanthropic gift ripples across the globe
Ashton Kutcher says playing Steve Jobs on screen was "terrifying." The 34-year-old actor helped unveil the premiere of the biopic "jOBS" at the Sundance Film Festival.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Why entrepreneurs need to be a little delusional
Ask any of the founders behind Harvard Business School's most successful startup -- from clothing swap service thredUP to website optimizer CloudFlare -- and they'll all point to a single key to getting a business off the ground: Tom Eisenmann, Harvard's veteran entrepreneurship professor, whose legendary Launching Technology Ventures course has ... (more)
Fri Nov 15, 2013
The Motley Fool
Apple Is Strategically Spending in 2014
Excluding retail spending, the figure is $10.5 billion, up 61%. A new Bloomberg report brings some color to Apple's strategy in boosting capital expenditure spending: outspend and outmanufacture its peers.
BREAKINGVIEWS-Review: At Apple's core, a fitting man of mystery
NEW YORK, Nov 15 - Jonathan Ive is the British perfectionist who leads Apple's design team.