Jason Lederman
at 10:34 AM Jan 10 2017
Mobile // 

10 years ago on 10 January 2007, Steve Jobs dazzled the world with the very first iPhone. Despite the fact that the presentation could have gone very wrong, it went off without a hitch. How did the world react to that historic day? Let's take a look back in time, when tweets looked like old-school Facebook statuses and Apple keynotes went online as Quicktime presentations:

Alexandra Ossola
at 10:48 AM Sep 18 2015
Gadgets // 

Imaginative, uncompromising, “memorably monstrous”—Steve Jobs has been called all these things, and based on the new trailer released today, the upcoming biopic will capture all of these facets and more.

Suzanne LaBarre
at 00:00 AM Aug 28 2013
Tech // 

Even before his death nearly two years ago, writers of all stripes began to wonder, "Who is the next Steve Jobs?" It was fitting, in a ghoulish sort of way: People were lusting for the next model before the current one had become obsolete.

Miriam Kramer
at 06:48 AM Oct 31 2012
Tech // 

It's the yacht that Steve Jobs commissioned before his death, and it was just unveiled in the Netherlands this week.

Clay Dillow
at 03:22 AM Mar 3 2012
Robots // 

When Steve Jobs passed away last year, a joke bounced around - not that there was anything particularly funny about it - that the man who had done so much to shape modern technology hadn't really died at all, but rather had figured out how to upload himself into the Mac OS so he could live on with us, and with his products, forever. The notion was ostensibly so far out as to be ridiculous. But not everyone sees it that way.

Paul Adams
at 09:41 AM Oct 14 2011

This morning the news came over the internet: Dennis Ritchie has died.Dr. Ritchie doesn't have the mainstream adoring following of Steve Jobs, but he can take considerably more credit for the creation, and even the aesthetics, of the computer world we live in. It's almost impossible to find a personal computing product or paradigm that doesn't owe a direct debt to Ritchie.

Dan Nosowitz
at 10:30 AM Oct 7 2011
Tech // 

Predicting the future of technology is often a shot in the dark. But every once in awhile, the complex evolution of tech gives us something that actually fulfills the starry-eyed dreams of years or decades before. And as we look back at the incredible achievements of Steve Jobs, you quickly see that, more than any other single innovator, he was responsible for so many of today's real-life consummations of past predictions.

 
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