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.
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“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!
We’ve seen that Ashton Kutcher made himself look quite like the younger Steve Jobs in the ‘jOBS’ film, however what would he look like as older Jobs? Kutcher himself tweeted a photo of half the real Jobs and half himself as the older Jobs, and they do really look alike.
A former Color employee, Aubrey Johnson, shares two stories behind the scenes of Apple’s acquisitions of Color and Lala, both firms were founded by Bill Nguyen before Apple’s acquisitions.
Today at the Hollywood Radio and Television Panel, Disney CEO and Apple board of directors member Bob Iger reminisced about his relationship with the late Steve Jobs.
Earlier this month, the independent Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher debuted at the Sundance Film Festival – and according the The Hollywood Reporter (mirroring a previous report), the film is set to hit theaters on April 19th, allowing the rest of us the opportunity to watch the film.
Steve Jobs threatened Palm with a patent lawsuit if they didn’t agree not to hire Apple employees, says a report from Reuters on a court filing made public on Tuesday.
Kariem McFarlin, the burglar who stole $60,000 worth of Apple products and other items from the home of Steve Jobs’ family last July, has been sentenced to seven years in prison.
A couple of photos from the upcoming movie about Steve Jobs have been published by USA Today, and while I’m not convinced about the actor portraying Steve Wozniak, Ashton Kutcher looks incredibly like Steve Jobs did back then.
On former Apple employee Don Melton’s blog, he shares a unique peek at what goes on behind the scenes of the Safari development team. Melton lead the team that developed both the Safari and Webkit products now in use by millions on iOS, OS X, and Windows.
Adding to the many impressive monuments build in honor and memory of Steve Jobs, a massive new iPhone statue has been unveiled in St. Petersburg, Russia to pay tribute to the well-loved Apple co-founder. The tribute was designed by local native Gleb Tarasov, and plays back a slideshow with photos and video from Jobs’ life.