Youngsters, Apple fans or not, have been inspired by Apple's products and more so by its founder Steve Jobs' life. So here's their tribute to the man who was single-minded in his pursuit of excellence. »
Online scammers are attempting to cash in on the death of Steve Jobs by offering fans pictures from his funeral, free iPads in his memory and links to purported memorial sites that actually contai...
When Steve Jobs was asked in 1985 why people should make a heavy investment on a new computer built by Apple, he replied that if one had asked Alexander Graham Bell about the possible uses of a te...
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who had become too weak to climb even the stairs in his final days, was still in “tight control of his choices”, choosing only to spend time with his family, saying fi...
Cultivating Apple’s countercultural sensibility and a minimalist design ethic, Steve Jobs rolled out one sensational product after another, even in the face of the late-2000s recession and his own failing health. Photos: AP.
The Apple Inc. founder passed away on October 5, but the bond he and his igadgets forged with millions around the world remains potent. Words, flowers, marches and every one of Apple's products was used to pay tribute to the minimalist who maximised aesthetics in the digital world. Photo: AP
As Apple Computer co-founder retired on Thursday, we take a look back at his life at Apple and more, as he shaped a dream with the help of fierce ambition into one of the most successful companies in the world. Photos: AP
Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad2, successor to the highly successful iPad tablet PC at an invitation-only event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco, Wednesday, March 2. The new gadget has made significant improvements over the first generation iPad. We run through some of the improvements as highlighed in the stage presentation of Mr. Jobs.