Tag Archive: Jobs


This image showing aspiring Silicon Valley legends sure looks… familiar. Don’t worry, though: this isn’t the cover of a strikingly original new Samsung biography, but rather a teaser poster for Mike Judge’s upcoming HBO comedy series, Silicon Valley. Borrowing its… Read more ›     

Today marks the 59th birthday of Steve Jobs, who was born February 24, 1955. To mark the occasion, here’s a video tribute created by several Apple employees for Jobs to mark his thirtieth birthday in 1985: The video was originally… Read more ›     

On Sunday, HBO debuted the first trailer for its upcoming Mike Judge comedy series Silicon Valley. Hoping to be viewed as Entourage for the startup scene, the series promises to take viewers inside a fictionalized Silicon Valley, complete with cameos from… Read more ›     

Like some totem out of Clive Barker’s Hellraiser series, a bizarre and grotesque statuary tribute to the late Steve Jobs was unveiled in Belgrade, Serbia today. Even more bizarrely, Apple may have liked it enough to put it on display… Read more ›     

The U.S. Postal Service will sell a collectable stamp of Steve Jobs in 2015, according to a document obtained by The Washington Post. The design of the stamp is still being developed, and the exact date of availability is not… Read more ›     

Last week we revealed that Steve Jobs was set to feature in a forthcoming exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, titled “American Cool.” With the exhibition having now opened, this is the portrait of the Apple co-founder that curators Joel… Read more ›     

What do Steve Jobs, Tony Hawk, Elvis Presley, and Marlon Brando have in common? All of them qualify as “cool.” That’s the verdict of the curators of a new exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery — opening Friday —… Read more ›     

There was a time when the most luxurious laptops around weren’t MacBooks. They were Sony Vaios, and up[on his return to Apple in 1997, Steve Jobs so admired the design and engineering of the Vaio line-up that he wanted to… Read more ›     

There are very few computers in history more famous than the Macintosh 128K. As a result, it’s pretty hard to unearth any new information about it. Fortunately, that is exactly what Time.com has managed to do, having discovered a video… Read more ›     

Steve Jobs was as difficult a photographic subject as he was an iconic one. One of Jobs’ most famous photos ever graced the cover of the very first issue of Macworld. In it, Jobs stood in front of three newly… Read more ›