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
10.11.18
Apple

An Original iPhone Designer Embarks on Life After Apple

Freddy Anzures worked under Steve Jobs to design the single most influential device of this century. Fourteen years later, he's starting on his next act.
Ankita Rao
6.13.18
Tedium

The 80s Software Program That Made Email Famous

Even as die-hard Eudora users held on, it couldn’t. Did we lose something great?
Ernie Smith
12.6.17
What Is the iPhone?

Apple’s Long History of Rejecting 'Objectionable Content’ From the App Store

This is the story of technology’s most important walled garden.
Louise Matsakis
7.17.17
What Is the iPhone?

Apple’s Third Co-Founder Has Never Used an iPhone and Has No Regrets

83-year-old Ronald G. Wayne designed Apple’s first logo and cashed out his 10 percent share for just $800. But he would do it again in a heartbeat.
Madeline Moitozo
7.11.17
changing the channel

A History of the Universal Remote: Never Great, Better Than Nothing

The universal remote control, love it or hate it, made our lives just a little bit simpler starting in the 80s. It’s not as good as it could be. That’s OK.
Ernie Smith
7.11.17
Apple

What Is the iPhone?

An investigation into the world’s most popular and profitable product.
Brian Merchant
6.27.17
tech

How InfoWorld Broke Ground and Pissed Off Steve Jobs in the Process

When journalists wrote about computers on typewriters.
Kevin Wong
1.31.17
Gaming

Is 'Super Mario Run' Sacrilegious?

'Super Mario Run' is a Nintendo game that's not on a Nintendo console. The sky is falling.
Leif Johnson and Emanuel Maiberg
12.19.16
Twitter

Donald Trump Was Obsessed With Steve Jobs

For some reason, Donald Trump loves tweeting about Steve Jobs. Is he Apple’s biggest fanboy?
Sarah Emerson
12.2.16
News

Slack channels Steve Jobs when calling out Microsoft

David Gilbert
11.2.16
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
10.17.16
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