30.10.2012 [The Week Magazine] - There is no iYacht, of course, but before he died, Apple founder and CEO SteveJobs designed and started building his own yacht. Now, a year after he passed away, Jobs' 260-foot vessel, the Venus, has formally launched in the Netherlands, at a ceremony
30.10.2012 [Examiner.com] - According to Time, magazine website Vice.com interviewed psychic Betsy Cohen, considered one of New York's top ten psychics, to get in touch with the spirit of SteveJobs. It's now about a year after his death - an opportune time to give him a call. Of
29.10.2012 [PC Magazine] - Hurricane Sandy topped headlines over the weekend as the storm put a damper on several major tech events. Following New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's declaration of a state of emergency in advance of Hurricane Sandy making landfall Google
28.10.2012 [PC Magazine] - It's no secret that late Apple CEO, SteveJobs, had been working on applying some of Apple's design characteristics to the construction of a big, luxury yacht prior to his death — one year ago this month. After years of work, the yacht has finally
30.10.2012 [Instinct Magazine (blog)] - Before iPhone, iPad and iMac (basically everything sitting on our desk right now) the late SteveJobs sat down for in 1995 for an in-depth interview meant for a TV series. Unlike most Apple products, the telling interview somehow remained on the
From SteveJobs down to the janitor: How America's most successful - and most secretive - big company really operates. Editor's note: This article appeared in the May 23, 2011 issue of Fortune magazine. A shorter version of it originally appeared on Fortune.com on May 9, 2011.
29.10.2012 [Slate Magazine (blog)] - Dutch blog One More Thing has photos of SteveJobs' mega-yacht, designed by Phillipe Starck and only completed posthumously. It's a valuable reminder of the best argument for reducing economic inequality. Jobs is a good case for this precisely because