Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday at the age of 56. Under his leadership, Cupertino-based Apple overcame its reputation as a relatively small computer manufacturer to become a technology juggernaut by introducing wildly successful personal entertainment devices such as the iPod, iPhone and iPad. Jobs had been suffering from pancreatic cancer. We discuss his legacy.
Remembering Steve Jobs
John Markoff, journalist covering science for the New York Times and author of books including "What the Dormouse Said: How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry"
Adam Lashinsky, senior editor-at-large at Fortune Magazine and author of the forthcoming book "INSIDE APPLE: How America's Most Admired -- and Secretive -- Company Really Works"