Sections of the upcoming book, “Becoming Steve Jobs,” were leaked on Thursday via Amazon’s “Look Inside the Book” feature, and it reveals some interesting revelations about the late Apple co-founder’s life.
Steve Jobs gave then U.S. Senator Barack Obama a sneak peek at the iPhone before its 2007 release, says David Axelrod in his upcoming book, Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, to be released on Feb. 10.
Principal filming of the Steve Jobs biopic is finally underway, and we now have on-set photos showing actors Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen in their roles as Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Eight years ago today, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage during the keynote of the Macworld Expo 2007 in San Francisco, and introduced the original iPhone, a device that would forever change the way the world looked at mobile devices.
District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has ruled that the Steve Jobs video deposition that played a key role in the iPod/iTunes antitrust trial Apple faced last week will not be released to the public.
Bloomberg Businessweek’s list of “The 85 Most Disruptive Ideas in Our History” came out this week, and as a part of highlighting Apple’s #10 ranking in the list, the magazine had a short talk with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak about Apple’s early days, the garage myth, and Steve Jobs’ mindset in the early days of the company.
The decade-old class-action lawsuit brought against Apple by iPod owners angry that they were locked into the iTunes ecosystem is finally underway in a California courtroom, and emails between Apple executives, and a videotaped deposition of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs are the focus of the early proceedings.
Testimony from late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is likely to play a major part, as an antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple in 2005 finally goes to trial. The trial is over Apple’s since abandoned digital right management protection on music sold in the iTunes Store.
Natalie Portman may become attached to the Steve Jobs biographical film at Universal, reports Deadline. No word on what role she’s up for, but there are reportedly many female roles in the biopic, including that of Jobs’ daughter Lisa Brennan.
Universal Pictures is reported to have picked up the Aaron Sorkin penned Steve Jobs film, after it was dropped by Sony Pictures last week. X-Men: First Class star Michael Fassbender will reportedly star as Jobs.