The first trailer for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher in the title role hit the web today. The trailer for ‘Jobs’ gives a closer look at the movie which earlier this year premiered at the Sundance Movie Festival to decidedly mixed reviews.
steve jobs News
The Loop has found a previously unseen video of Steve Jobs answering a question about what his legacy would be. The video was spotted on the EverySteveJobsVideo YouTube channel.
AllThingsD reports the paperback edition of Steve Jobs: A Biography will be released on September 10th. The paperback version will feature a photo of a younger Steve on the cover, and will also include a new afterward.
Kanye West’s interview with The New York Times is a extensive look into an artist who is not afraid to say what he thinks, and one who is certainly not lacking in self-confidence. West says that he’s “undoubtedly” the “Steve of Internet, downtown, fashion, culture,” referring to late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
“Jobs”, which stars Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak, premiered to mixed reviews in January at the Sundance Festival. The film, which had been scheduled for an April 19th release, was then delayed. Now, a report on Wednesday says the biopic will finally debut on August 16th in the U.S.
Despite initial criticism (albeit brief) when the iPad was first released, there can be no doubt that the device has been insanely successful – it effectively created today’s entire tablet market! But what exactly inspired Jobs to create the iPad?
Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs never sought out attention for any of his charity related efforts, but now a new report says his family has been donating to various charities and causes anonymously for over two decades.
With all of the talk around wearable computing lately, most notably Google’s Project Glass, many might wonder how Steve Jobs would have felt about Google Glass, and the potential for Apple to enter that market with a competing product. Jeff Soto recalls a moment from his time as an Audio Test Engineer at Apple that could provide some food for thought
During an interview with Charlie Rose that aired on CBS’s “60 Minutes” Sunday evening, an emotional Bill Gates talked about his final visit with Steve Jobs, relating how the two tech pioneers discussed subjects ranging from their family life to the future of technology in education.
This week we learn how Steve was just a regular guy, with a second example. Like when he decided to help out with fixing a guy’s car in front of his house.
Funny or Die has finally released its movie on Steve Jobs, starring Justin Long (who played the Apple guy in the commercials) and directed by Ryan Perez.
Former Apple software engineer David Gelphman shares a pair of very intimate, personal interactions with late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, revealing a softer, more human side to Jobs’ personality that is rarely seen in mainstream media reports.
A new report from iSuppli predicts that there will be no netbooks shipping at all by 2015, in light of the fact that the current netbook shipment total is 72% lower than last year.
Back in November of last year, Pixar paid tribute to the late Apple co-founder by renaming their studio’s main building in his honor – and now, as noted by Pixar Times, the company has planted a tree in his honor as well.
While speaking at the NAB conference on Wednesday, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam made the claim that he was the one who sold the late Steve Jobs on adding 4G LTE capabilities to the iPhone.
This is when you know you’ve made it. The Lyon Opera in France will be staging Steve V, an opera which crosses the life of Steve Jobs with the destiny of Shakespeare’s Henry V.