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NASA taps startup Axiom Space for the first habitable commercial module for the Space Station

NASA taps startup Axiom Space for the first habitable commercial module for the Space Station

NASA has selected Houston-based Axiom Space, a startup founded in 2016, to build the first commercial habitat module for the International Space Station (ISS). This module will be used as a
Happy 10th, iPad: Steven Sinofsky Reflects on Microsoft’s Perspective

Happy 10th, iPad: Steven Sinofsky Reflects on Microsoft’s Perspective

It's the 10th anniversary of the unveiling of the iPad, and Steven Sinofsky has written a retrospective of how the device looked from Microsoft's perspective at the time. Interesting stuff. The post

The iPad hasn't killed laptops, but Apple will keep trying

Ten years ago, Steve Jobs introduced the last all-new product line that Apple would launch in his lifetime. Initially, the iPad was mocked for its name and derided as a "giant iPod touch." But it
Today Marks the 10th Anniversary of Steve Jobs Unveiling the iPad

Today Marks the 10th Anniversary of Steve Jobs Unveiling the iPad

Today marks the 10th anniversary of Steve Jobs unveiling the iPad at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. It was one of the last major products that he unveiled before his death in
A previously unpublished interview with Clayton Christensen about business, God, and Star Wars

A previously unpublished interview with Clayton Christensen about business, God, and Star Wars

The management guru, who died this week, talked about how his theory of disruption applied to the world of organized religion.

Steve Jobs Unveiled The First Macintosh 36 Years Ago

Steve Jobs unveiled the first Macintosh precisely 36 years ago, today. It was probably the most innovative desktop computer, offering a graphical user interface and a revolutionary mouse.

Yes, Ageism Is a Problem in Tech. But Vanity Is a Bigger One

The emphasis on youth and physical perfection may be leading to a crisis in Silicon Valley and beyond.

Meeting Customers' High Expectations Isn't Enough Anymore. Here's How the Best Retailers Are Exceeding Them

You already know your online shopping experience must be seamless. Here's how companies like Crate&Barrel and Rent the Runway are handling a new environment where customers keep raising the bar.
Today Marks the 13th Anniversary of When Steve Jobs Unveiled the Original iPhone

Today Marks the 13th Anniversary of When Steve Jobs Unveiled the Original iPhone

13 years ago today, then Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage at Macworld in San Francisco and surprised the world with the very first iPhone. Jobs introduced the iPhone as if it were three separate

How Salesforce Co-founder Gifted the AppStore Domain to Steve Jobs

Apple might not use the AppStore.com domain for the iOS App Store but how it got access to it surely makes for a fascinating story. The domain was actually gifted by Marc Benioff, co-founder and

Why Salesforce chief gave up AppStore.com for Apple

Go to AppStore.com and it will connect you with, well, the App Store. And you’ve got Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff to thank for it. In his recent book Trailblazer, Benioff tells the story of how Steve

The story of why Marc Benioff gifted the AppStore.com domain to Steve Jobs

In Marc Benioff’s book, Trailblazer, he tells the tale of how Steve Jobs planted the seeds of the idea that would become the first enterprise app store, and how Benioff eventually paid Jobs back with

Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs movie is coming to Netflix

If you missed Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs biopic, there’s some good news: The Oscar-nominated movie is coming to Netflix. The movie, which came out in 2015, is an adaptation of Walter

The tech CEOs' year of reckoning

It wasn't so long ago that tech CEOs and their wares were changing the world. In fact, we heard that quite often: This or that "innovation" will make the planet a better place. Silicon Valley was

The iPhone Is Almost 13 Years Old. Now, a Secret Team at Apple Is Working On the 1 Thing Steve Jobs Couldn't Make It Do

Go back and look at that announcement video from 2007. This feels like that again.

10 things you (probably) didn’t know about the iPhone

Even if you’re a die-hard Apple fan, there’s still plenty you most likely don’t know about the company’s most popular product. And, whether you want to wow your Apple-loving in-laws over the holidays

Steve Jobs’ brief for iPad: A piece of glass for emailing on the toilet

Steve Jobs’ on-stage iPad pitch to customers saw him relaxing in a luxury chair. His brief to Apple engineers actually building the iPad? “I want a single piece of glass I can use to read email on the

Steve Jobs’ estate triumphs in battle over SteveJobs.com

It only took 20 years, but Steve Jobs’ estate finally owns the rights to SteveJobs.com. It won its claim after claiming the previous owner was “cybersquatting” by holding onto the trademark, but doing
Phil Schiller Talks About the Development of the Original iPad in New Interview

Phil Schiller Talks About the Development of the Original iPad in New Interview

In a retrospective on the technology of the last decade, The New York Times has shared a new interview with marketing chief Phil Schiller, covering the debut of the iPad in early 2010. Schiller says