Steve "The Woz" Wozniak, who once was one of Steve Jobs's closest confidants, is being described as being a "tutor" for Sony Pictures.
It seems the reports about Ashton Kutcher portraying Steve Jobs in the biographical film of the Apple co-founders life are true.
The denizens of Silicon Valley are majorly stoked about the upcoming indie Steve Jobs biopic.
Despite Apple's rather impressive success in recent years, one prominent industry analyst believes the company will inevitably decline in a post Steve Jobs world.
I’ve been writing for quite some time now and my third book - Reel Terror - is about to hit store shelves in October.
Earlier this month, we reported that Ashton Kutcher had landed the lead role in an independent film about the life and times of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Okay, okay, so we know the casting of Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs is indeed true, as much as it sounds like a joke, but quite a few movie geek April Fools jokes did go around this past week.
As you may recall, when Steve Jobs passed away last year the rights to his life story were quickly snapped up by Sony, with the hopes that Aaron Sorkin would write the screenplay.
The bigography of Steve Jobs, written by Walter Issacson, has sold like hotcakes, prompting Sony to pick up the rights for a feature film.
We live in a world of perceptions. This often plays out when Apple rolls out a new product and folks line up to buy it.
Truthfully, Tim Cook reminded me a lot of John Scully when he was on stage announcing Apple's "New" iPad earlier this week.
The FBI has released its files on Apple boss Steve Jobs, revealing how questions were raised about his honesty and integrity.
Classic rock legend Neil Young has confirmed that he and the late Steve Jobs were working to create a new audio format.
The next time you're soaring above the clouds, you may be closer to Steve Jobs than you think. At least in spirit.
Creating a more interesting textbook platform is not the sexiest thing Apple has ever done, but it was one of Steve Jobs's final vocalized goals.
It's a move that hardly comes as a surprise, but Chinese manufacturer InIcon's Steve Jobs doll has been nixed.
The almost creepily realistic action figure of Steve Jobs is now the subject of strict legal scrutiny from Apple.
When was the last time a deceased corporate CEO was given the same treatment as superheroes and movie characters?
Everything's been hit hard with the economy going down, including the book business, but there's been a major saving grace lately: the biography of Steve Jobs.
Although he is not alive to accept it, the Recording Academy announced this week that Steve Jobs will be receiving a Grammy Award in 2012.