‘Over budget’ and ‘behind schedule’ are the two worst enemies of Tim Cook, Apple’s logistics expert turned CEO. However that’s what is happening with its new spaceship campus in Cupertino.
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Comedy site Funny or Die announced last month that they’ll be releasing their own biopic based on the life of Steve Jobs on April 15th. The film, starring Justin Long in the title role, now has a teaser trailer.
Tim Holmes was there the night Steve Jobs returned to Apple. Holmes was working for Apple as a Mac OS evangelist at the time, and managed to snap some images of Steve Jobs on that monumental night – with an Apple QuickTake camera, no less!
A 14-page preview of the biographical Steve Job manga was posted on Monday. The comic gives us all a peek at how we can expect noted manga artist Mari Yamazaki to present the life story of the late, great Apple co-founder.
We’re back with another cool apple video for you to enjoy. This week I’ve unearthed a cool internal Apple video where Steve Jobs and Sir Jony Ive discuss design, and how they went about creating the iMac G4.
For most of us, our craving for bubblewrap goes no further than popping a few bubbles, or walking all over it for a greater effect. However Bradley Hart takes it to a whole other level.
The New York Times reports that Will Ferrell’s Funny or Die website has created a 60-75 minute movie “very loosely” based on Steve Jobs’ life. This will mark the longest project to date for the site which is famous for its short comedy clips. Justin Long, he of the Mac vs. PC ad campaigns, will portray Jobs.
The new Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher was originally set to debut on April 19th after airing at Sundance earlier this year – but according to the Hollywood Reporter, the film’s release has been delayed in order to allow more time to market the film before it is released. A new release date has so far not been announced.
Steve Jobs life story is a remarkable one, so why not make a manga out of it. That’s exactly what Japanese artist Mari Yamazaki is planning, and the first illustration has already appeared online.
The Steve Jobs-Bill Gates rivalry was one of the most talked about in the tech world, so it’s rare we ever saw them together in public. However this photo published on Minimal Mac shows them both together in 1991.
“Weird.” That’s the one-word answer given by Apple chairman Arthur D. Levinson gives when asked to describe how it feels running the company’s board of directors after the passing of his colleague and close friend, Steve Jobs.
The ongoing legal feud between Apple and Samsung has become the stuff of legend – but if matters would have been left up to Tim Cook, the battle may never have taken place. According to Reuters, Tim Cook was against suing Samsung, but was overruled by Steve Jobs at the time.
The founder of Atari, Nolan Bushnell was one of the main speakers at Campus Party Brasil this year. In front of an enraptured audience, he recalled the early days of video gaming, an industry in which he, Atari, and yes Steve Jobs, played an enormous role in.
At the recent Macworld / iWorld conference in San Francisco, Ashton Kutcher and Josh Gad sat down to discuss their respective roles as Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the upcoming ‘jOBS’ biofilm about the famous co-founder – and they both had some pretty interesting things to say about the experience.
Apple owns many valuable trademarks, but who would have thought the name of its own co-founder would come under threat? Patently Apple reports that a man in Turkey has seemingly trademarked ‘Steve Jobs’ to be used with a clothes brand.
In a humorous interview on late-night political comedy show The Colbert Report, Gates sat down with Steven Colbert, and had some intriguing things to say about Steve Jobs!