Steve Jobs

Objectively Correct Lists

Every 90s Reference in Charli XCX and Troye Sivan's "1999," Ranked

2018 has been wild, can you blame them?
Kristin Corry
10.12.18
tech

The Rise and Fall of Nokia 3310, the Funnest Phone Ever

How a team of Finnish twentysomethings created an iconic, indestructible device.
Katherine Gillespie
11.28.17
Film

Pixar’s Brilliance Lies in the Creativity of Its Engineers

We visited The Science of Pixar Exhibition in LA to chat with some of the biggest brains at the animation juggernaut.
Mike Pearl
10.18.16
Art

Steve Jobs’ Turtleneck Is Getting Auctioned Off: Last Week in Art

Also last week: Burning Man vandals, or vigilantes?
Nathaniel Ainley
9.7.16
tech

Your Life Will Be Better if You Give Up Your Phone

I believe in the power of technology and my understanding of culture is rooted in the internet, yet by not having an iPhone, I feel exempt from everyone else's bullshit.
VICE Staff
2.12.16
Stuff

Why 2015 Was Another Good Year to Be a Geek

From Marvel's diverse new comics to the "Mystery Science Theater 3000" reboot, a look back at the best of 2015's geeky pop culture.
Giaco Furino
12.20.15
Art

New Banksy Mural Features Steve Jobs as a Syrian Refugee

Banksy unveils new pieces inside the Calais "Jungle" refugee camp.
Anya Tchoupakov
12.11.15
Film

'Steve Jobs' Is the Thrilling, Sacrilegious, and Frightening Biopic We Never Needed

The new biopic by Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin comes on the heels of a searing documentary and a mawkish Ashton Kutcher vehicle. Can anybody get Steve Jobs right?
Arthur Holland Michel
10.9.15
Music

A Brief History of Creative Borrowing

“Good artists copy, great artists steal.” –Pablo Picasso
Nathaniel Ainley
9.16.15
Art

[Exclusive] Laurie Anderson Designs the Poster for New York Film Festival 2015

The fabled artist joins the pantheon of artists commissioned to design NYFF’s official event poster.
Nathaniel Ainley
8.4.15
tech

What It's Like to be Blind in the Age of the Internet

Technology has been both a help and a massive hindrance to the blind community.
Josiah M. Hesse
5.31.15
News

The Story Behind the Tearing Down of the Russian iPhone Monument

The Russian university that hosted the monument is upset that the sculpture was dismantled under the pretense of it needing to be repaired.
Joel Golby
11.7.14
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