Apple's longtime leader, who died this week at the age of 56, leaves behind a vibrant legacy of pioneering efforts in the fields of high tech and entertainment, from the Mac to Pixar to the iPad.
Apple co-founder and chairman Steve Jobs dies The technology pioneer who also co-founded the Oscar-winning animation house Pixar and computer maker NeXT, has passed away. (Posted in Apple by CNET News staff) October 5, 2011 4:41 p.m. PT
An Apple without Steve Jobs Apple now faces a future without its co-founder and icon. Where does the company go from here? (Posted in Apple Talk by Josh Lowensohn) October 6, 2011 4:00 a.m. PT
With Pixar, Steve Jobs changed the film industry forever Until the Apple founder came along and rescued LucasFilms' fledgling computer graphics division, animation in Hollywood was a dying art. Now, people expect great computer-animated films. (Posted in Apple by Daniel Terdiman) October 6, 2011 2:07 p.m. PT
How Steve Jobs reshaped the tech industry The brilliant, irascible impresario championed the transition from minicomputers and beige IBM boxes to the Macintosh, the iPhone, and the concept that technology should be fun to use. (Posted in Apple by Declan McCullagh) October 5, 2011 5:10 p.m. PT