Steve Jobs was so furious when he saw Android’s “pinch to zoom” features during a trip to Google headquarters, he hid Apple’s iPad development from Google CEO Eric Schmidt – even though Schmidt was on the board of directors at the time.
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Simon & Schuster has just announced Walter Isaacson’s “iSteve: The Book of Jobs” will be published in early-2012, making it the first authorized biography of our beloved CEO.
Steve Wozniak, the eccentric and outspoken co-founder of Apple, has unleashed another very curious idea. According to Woz, tablets are not for geeks, but instead, they are the “computer for the rest of us.” Read on to see more.
No foolin’, 35 years ago on April 1, 1976 Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne formed Apple Computer to sell the Apple I personal computer kit to the Homebrew Computer Club. Thanks for spawning our favorite computer, now gadget,…
Steve Jobs was today re-elected to the board of Walt Disney Co. All 12 previous board members will be keeping their seats for the foreseeable future after collectively receiving 74% of the vote.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Steve Jobs got groovy with it and wrote tribute songs for all of Apple’s new releases? The folks at iTuned Steve Jobs have worked at resolving your curiosity. Their latest video features a jib-jab style Steve Jobs mixing it up with bits from the iPad 2 keynote!
Rejoice! The suspension that Twitter threw down to @ceoSteveJobs was only a temporary one, and a very temporary one at that! It took less than 24 hours for Twitter to reactivated the popular parody account that regularly entertains more than 460,000 Twitter followers.
Italian technology blog SetteB is claiming to know that Steve Jobs will be in attendance at tomorrow’s iPad 2 event but they are not certain he will be presenting.
According to a report in The Telegraph, former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown yanked a possible knighthood from Steve Jobs. Apparently Mr. Brown was upset that Jobs turned down his approach to speak at a Labour Party convention, and promptly threw his toys out of the pram.
Today Steve Jobs met with Barack Obama alongside Eric Schmidi and The Zuck. But what did they talk about? According to The Oatmeal, it went a little like this…
Two slightly contrasting updates. Photos have been published in The National Enquirer showing an allegedly frail Steve Jobs. On the other hand, Jobs will today be meeting with US President Obama to discuss technology.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs, despite his medical leave, continues to man the helm at Apple in a capable manner, and still remains very actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the massive Cupertino corporation. The report indicates that he has been working from home, and even holding business meetings there.
Would you like to use the restroom? Check out this video of what seems to be Steve Job’s first television interview. A nervous 23 year old Jobs doesn’t know what to make of all the technology. Cute.
Netgear CEO Patrick Lo suffers from massive brain fail as he tells members of the press that Steve Jobs needs to “go away” for Apple to be more open. He has since apologized. But the damage has been done.
It’s no coincidence that the early iPhone ads were backed by a track aptly titled ʻPerfect Timingʼ. A key part of Appleʼs success since the return of Steve Jobs has been their ability to choose the optimal opportunities at which to unveil new products, introduce new features and release corporate news.