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30 Years Ago, Steve Jobs Made a Time Capsule. You Have to See What’s Inside.

30 Years Ago, Steve Jobs Made a Time Capsule. You Have to See What’s Inside.

There's something priceless here. Trust me.
Cam Lincoln in Off-Beat



Exactly 30 Years Ago, Apple Started a Revolution With This Brilliant Commercial.

Exactly 30 Years Ago, Apple Started a Revolution With This Brilliant Commercial.

Epic is an understatement.
Cam Lincoln in Apple



The IPhone 6 Gets One Surprising Twist You’d Never Expect.

The IPhone 6 Gets One Surprising Twist You’d Never Expect.

It's coming.
Cam Lincoln in Apple



How Apple Is Softening Its Legal Strategy

How Apple Is Softening Its Legal Strategy

Apple CEO Tim Cook said he’d “rather settle a patent lawsuit” than fight legal battles to a bitter finish, but a kinder, gentler Apple won’t show up in the courtroom.
Kat Ascharya in Motorola



Do Business the Steve Jobs Way

Do Business the Steve Jobs Way

Steve Jobs’ “wilderness years” in exile from Apple, the focus of a recent article and upcoming biopic, offer a blueprint for struggling companies looking to reinvent themselves.
Kate Knibbs in Strategies & Solutions



IStink Like a MacBook

IStink Like a MacBook

Everyone loves the smell of new things — new cars, new books, new Apple products. And now you can smell like a MacBook, with a new laptop-inspired fragrance.
Joe Arico in Off-Beat



Steve Jobs Movie to Focus on Early Years

Steve Jobs Movie to Focus on Early Years

Steve Jobs transformed computer culture, and a new movie promises to etch his early legacy into the public consciousness.
Kate Knibbs in Arts & Entertainment



Why Internet Control Isn’t So Bad

Why Internet Control Isn’t So Bad

The openness of the Internet is under threat from Facebook and Apple, and government control, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said, claiming the U.S. could turn into China or Iran. But is it really that bad?
Allen Tsai in Regulation



Selling Your Kidney for an IPad? Not in China…

Selling Your Kidney for an IPad? Not in China…

Five people in China were arrested in connection to a teen who sold his kidney for an iPhone and iPad.
Kate Knibbs in Crime & Punishment



Jonathan Ive: Genius or Social Climber?

Jonathan Ive: Genius or Social Climber?

An ex-Apple employee suggested Jonathan Ive’s relationship with Steve Jobs propelled his career, implying the designer’s status at Apple may change under CEO Tim Cook.
Kate Knibbs in Apple