The disclosure of the “Top 100” email conversation between Steve Jobs and his top executives shows the agenda, vision Apple had for 2011 and the future plans for his products and services. The mail was produced to convince the court that Apple was in competition with Google, and not Samsung and hence it should not be held liable for patent violations. Read More
Veteran WSJ technology journalist Yukari Iwatani Kane’s book Haunted Empire is based Kane’s deep study and analysis about inside Apple post Steve Jobs death. It reveals a lot about the tensions and challenges faced by Tim Cook and his team to sustain and take forward Steve Jobs vision. Read More
Steve Jobs‘ childhood home is now considered to be historic property. 2066 Crist Drive is now in the list of California city Los Altos’ historic properties. This is the place where Steve Jobs spent his childhood, grew and came up with the first 100 Apple I computers.
Steve Jobs met with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to show off the iPhone 4. Check out the video above.
Ashton Kutcher does a lot of work and investing in the technology sector. He recently opened up on his role as Steve Jobs in the upcoming movie “jOBS” set to be released on August 16th on an interview with Jay Leno and later with The Verge. Ashton had an opportunity to meet Steve Jobs, but never took full advantage of the opportunity and never met Steve Jobs. Read More
Disney CEO Bob Iger said -
“The Disney Legend Award is our highest and most coveted honor. It’s reserved for the extraordinary visionaries and artists behind the Disney magic, the men and women who push the limits of innovation and creativity to ensure Disney remains truly special. The eight Legends we honor this year helped create some of our most beloved characters along with exciting new worlds and thrilling attractions. They also entertained millions of people and expanded our definition of what’s possible. They are all indelible parts of our legacy, and we are proud to recognize them as true Disney Legends.”
Apple’s legendary and charismatic founder – Steve Jobs thought he would be forgotten by history. In a 1994 interview with the Silicon Valley Historical Association, Steve Jobs revealed how the computer industry is not like paintings things that go up in history and that eventually how he thought that his work would become obsolete. Read More
When we talk of Chinese knockoffs, one can always expect them to come up with their own version of any popular brand, everything from rubber sandals to electronics and more. Cheap copies of the iPhone have been made in China in huge volumes and we find that normal but it is weird that even Steve Jobs is being copied. According to New York Times, China has come up with a Chinese version of Steve Jobs. Read More
Tim Cook recently avoided an awkward question on Steve Jobs. The reported asked if we would see a hologram of Steve Jobs anytime soon at upcoming Apple events to which Tim Cook simply said “I can’t comment on that.” Read More