Entries in Steve Jobs (35)
Last night at The Webbys, a tribute to Steve Jobs took place at te hands of Justin Long and John Hodgman, the memorable duo of the Mac & PC ads. Actor Richard Dreyfuss, known for his voice in the "Crazy Ones" ad joined in for a couple of words right before a video tribute that featured Al Gore, Bono from U2, Sarah Silverman, Barack Obama, Arianna Huffington, and more.
A day like today, the late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs would have been celebrating its 57th birthday. Steve, the tech world is not the same. You are missed.
The BBC produced an hour long documentary on Steve Jobs called Billion Dollar Hippy. It features interviews with Steve Wozniak, Stephen Fry, Tim Berners-Lee, John Sculley and more. If you want to watch it now its the time to do so right here.
PBS announced today that a special titled "Steve Jobs - One Last Thing" will be airing Wednesday November 2 at 10 pm ET, right after the premiere of Nova "the Fabric of Cosmos". The special includes interviews with colleagues and people that knew Jobs.
If you pre-ordered Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs' Biography then you should check your email. iBooks and Amazon (Kindle) had begun delivering the much anticipated book minutes ago.
If you missed tonight's 60 minutes edition of Steve Jobs don't worry. The CBS program was all about Steve Jobs, featuring Steve's authorized biography Walter Isaacson. See the videos below and enjoy some Apple history.
Apple has posted today the video from Steve Jobs' Celebration at Apple's HQ in Cupertino. The memorial took place last Wednesday and was held only for Apple employees. The only thing that the outside world got to see from that day until today was an image published by Apple later that day.
Today was Steve Jobs' Memorial at the Apple Campus for all Apple employees. Apple Stores everywhere closed to observe the event. Here is a picture from Apple that let us know what happened there.
Most gadget sites rumored that the 5th generation iPhone could be named iPhone 4S. It was associated to a small upgrade to the current iPhone 4. They based their logic on the transition from the iPhone 3G to the iPhone 3GS. At the time, the iPhone 3GS was introduced by Phil Schiller and he explained that the "S is for speed".