Steve Jobs is dead. The Apple chairman and former CEO who made personal computers, smartphones, tablets, and digital animation mass-market products passed away today. We're going to miss him. Deeply, and personally.
Steven P. Jobs passed away on Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 after a long struggle with pancreatic cancer. He was just 56 years old. We mourn his passing, and offer his family our most sincere condolences. Read more...
The world is now reacting to the very sad news of Steve Jobs' death. We are collecting the thoughts and condolences of people like Bill Gates, Larry Page, Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin and President Barack Obama himself. More »
Steve Jobs' sudden resignation is a shock, but might be the perfect point to take a second and look at the good, bad and as he might put it, "insanely great" parts of his life so far. More »
They don't make 'em like Steve anymore. Not only was he clairvoyant about technology but he's always had a zinger ready to go and he was never afraid to use it. More »
Apple's board of directors announced today that Steve Jobs has resigned as the company's CEO. Tim Cook has been named CEO and Jobs has taken a position as chairman of the board. According to a BusinessWire release, Jobs submitted his resignation letter (posted below) to Apple's board of directors... More »
In 1987, a young, brash Steve Jobs sat down with the world's preeminent gentleman's magazine. With yesterday's launch of the Playboy Commission, an editorialized guide to Heff's archives, we can take a look inside the mind of Mr. More »
Steve Jobs is often portrayed as a controlling and unforgiving CEO who isn't afraid to berate his employees when a product doesn't live up to his expectations. More »
Anil Dash brilliantly arguing against the "falsehood that liberal values are somehow in contradiction with business success," describing the leader of the most valuable technology company in the world, Steve Jobs: More »
From 1974 up until the other night (with a brief NeXT/Pixar interlude), Steve Jobs powered the company that brought the world some of the most innovative products we've ever known. More »