Categories: Apple

Jonathan Ive on the ethical implications of Apple's business

Posted by: Helen Walters on August 11

There's been quite a flurry of excitement in the online media-sphere of late, after entrepreneur, CEO, some time journalist (and BusinessWeek columnist) Jason Calacanis published The Case Against Apple—in Five...

Jonathan Ive on The Key to Apple's Success

Posted by: Helen Walters on July 08

Jonathan Ive isn't prone to making wild proclamations about design, his boss, Steve Jobs, or Apple, the company at which he's led the design team since 1996. Indeed, he's not...

What Apple Learned from Kodak

Posted by: Helen Walters on December 05

Currently Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, Bill Buxton writes a regular-ish column for the Innovation channel here at BusinessWeek. In the process of working on a new piece, we...

If Apple Goes Mass--Will They Be Known for "Masstige"?

Posted by: Reena Jana on June 10

So everyone's been talking, blogging, reading about the new 3G iPhone. And its new low price (not to mention, of course, its improved performance). Clearly, Apple's hoping to go more...

Apple's design process

Posted by: Helen Walters on March 08

Interesting presentation at SXSW from Michael Lopp, senior engineering manager at Apple, who tried to assess how Apple "gets" design when so many other companies try and fail. After describing...

Apple apps: the iPiano and iBand are here

Posted by: Helen Walters on February 23

This requires a hacked iPhone, but the arrival of the iAno (I guess its creator, one MysteryAardvark, decided that dropping the 'p' was the way to go, naming wise) is...

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