Some news stories fell through the cracks during Star Wars Celebration last weekend, perhaps because we were busy watching the the first teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi and obsessively analyzing
Several years ago, colleagues and I were invited to predict the results of a start-up pitch contest in Vienna, where 2,500 tech entrepreneurs were competing to win thousands of euros in funds. We observed
It has taken all of us to build the web we have, and now it is up to all of us to build the web we want – for everyone Today marks 28 years since I submitted my original proposal for the worldwide web.
We chose the most important Apple commercial from each year since the company's watershed advertising moment at the Super Bowl in 1984. From the celebrity-packed "Here's to the Crazy Ones," to the beginning
George Lucas did an amazing thing in 1977--he released a film that brought his incredible vision to the big screen. I'm talking, of course, about the original Star Wars film. It was not only the achievement
By now, most of you are probably upgraded to macOS Sierra, which is proving be a massive home run for Apple. However, while the new Mac OS packs some great new features, it’s also got a handful of problems
In Part 6 of his memoirs, Macworld founder David Bunnell recalls the magazine’s first cover shoot featuring Steve Jobs, who has a sudden, unexpected change of heart. In mid-December I called Steve to him
The Star Wars films are timeless classics, with every bit of the original trilogy becoming ingrained in the very essence of today’s society. Among that influence is the iconic score by John Williams. has
But Apple is obsessed with one year in history: 1984. The year the company introduced the Mac and the company was saved. Every Apple press release since mid-2015 includes this boilerplate (emphasis ours):
And without question, Jobs was the driving force that turned Apple into the world's most valuable tech company. That's why there have been two new movies on Jobs this year — a documentary and a biopic.
Netflix and the future of television. In the spring of 2000, Reed Hastings, the C.E.O. of Netflix, hired a private plane and flew from San Jose to Dallas for a summit meeting with Blockbuster, the video-rental
Here’s a thought to make you feel old: With the launch of the iPhone 6s, Tim Cook will have officially overseen the launch of more new iPhone generations as CEO than Steve Jobs. While Jobs was running
Apple is crazy like a fox with this Apple-at-work strategy -- and Steve Jobs was its architect. A version of this essay was originally published at Tech.pinions, a website dedicated to informed opinions,
Not only that, it improves your vocabulary, expands your world, and generally makes you a more educated and interesting person to be around. Below, 12 entrepreneurs from YEC suggest books that they themselves