It’s pretty clear that the tablet is on track to become the most pervasive personal computer the market has ever seen.
Thanks to Kickstarter, a legendary organization meets again.
The home where the first 100 Apple computers were built gets a historic designation.
The iPod turns 12. Here’s a look back at its unveiling.
Even though Apple really did make the iPad for consumers, Jobs and his team fully expected it to also become attractive to business users.
You can’t accuse the criminals in these stories of thinking small.
We’re in the middle of a 50-year journey. The first 25 years were spent bringing computing to business customers. The next 25 years will be about bringing computing to the masses.
A snapshot of a revolution, just before it really took off.
Okay, we have several orders of business to take care of.
Most of Apple’s improvements have always been incremental — and there’s nothing wrong with that.
The single-story ranch house where the young Steve Jobs built the first Apple computer will be evaluated by the Los Altos Historical Society to determine whether it should become a protected historical site.
The scrappy, disruptive Silicon Valley company that revolutionized the way we think of the personal computer is no more, says the man who helped Steve Jobs design the Mac in the 1980s.