Holding onto piece of memorabilia can be a lucrative effort, especially for those who aren’t afraid to spend some money to capture noteworthy moments in history.
When Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, gets in front of a camera it feels like a safe bet that, at some point, Apple’s other co-founder, the late Steve Jobs, is going to be a topic of discussion.
It has been ten years since Apple launched the App Store. Since then, the digital storefront has exploded in popularity and usefulness.
Alan Kay, one of the key members at Xerox Corporation’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), to develop prototypes of networked workstations using the programming language Smalltalk, provides a nice walk down memory lane.
Signed items tend to go for a large chunk of money, depending on the person who signed it. When it comes to Steve Jobs-related materials, numbers tend to skyrocket.
A legal battle between a small clothing company in Italy and Apple, in the United States, began in 2012 over a company name. Specifically, that clothing company wanted to call itself “Steve Jobs.”
Black Friday is well under way, and while this figurine doesn’t really fall into the “mega deals” category, it may be the perfect gift for someone who really, really likes Apple’s co-founder.
Steve Jobs, the founder and former CEO of Apple, was an iconic person all on his own, but he also managed to make a mock turtleneck stand out, too.
In a discussion with Museum Historian John Markoff, former SVP at Apple, Scott Forstall has revealed how the original iPhone came to be, what went inside the company while engineering it, and just how passionate Steve Jobs was.
The Genius Bar at an Apple retail store has become an iconic image at this point, and customer support is one of Apple’s biggest strengths in the consumer technology space.