Gizmodo scored a nifty scoop yesterday when it got Steve Wozniak to review Jobs, the bio-pic starring Ashton Kutcher.
“He was our Edison. He was our Picasso. He was an incredible inventor,” Larry Ellison said today in an interview with CBS’ Charlie Rose.
And, he said, Apple without Steve Jobs is doomed to fail.
Apple hasn’t had a lot of wins lately in its global battle against Samdroid, the Samsung-Android juggernaut that has steamrolled Google’s mobile operating system into an 80 percent hammerlock on global market share.
But it did today.
Steve Jobs’ biopic starring Ashton Kutcher is set to be released in August, but today you can watch the first trailer.
Editor’s Pick If simplicity is the ultimate sophistication, then iOS 7 is very, very sophisticated.
Steve Jobs was very upfront about the fact that good artists copy, and great artists steal. According to former Palm CEO — and Apple SVP — Jon Rubinstein, the company Steve started is still a great artist.
After it prereleased at the Sundance Film festival to ho-hum reviews, Open Road Films delayed the launch ostensibly to do a better job of marketing the film — but possibly also to tighten up the editing and make some adjustments prior to national release.
The problem with going thermonuclear is that it’s hard to contain the damage. And the radioactive fallout could drift right back on top of you, if the winds change.
Not political. Collaborators. People who really don’t care who gets credit. Those are the type of people that Apple looks for in new employees, Apple CEO Tim Cook said recently.
Presumption of innocence is a fundamental component of law in many nations, including Canada, France, Russia, and yes, even, yes, the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is not however, enshrined in the constitution of the United States of America.
“Apple has not ‘conspired’ with anyone, was not aware of any alleged ‘conspiracy’ by others, and never fixed prices,” the company stated in a reply to the suit.
Apple iCloud services for identity, Game Center, account creation and sign-in, iTunes store purchases are experiencing service failures this morning for some users, Apple says on its system status page.
The edifice complex is alive and well in Silicon Valley, as Apple’s new solar-powered spaceship campus looks to be costing 66 percent more than initially planned, and Apple’s move-in date has been pushed back a year.
Anyone else who wants to make a Steve Jobs movie? Get in line and take a number.
Steve Jobs was kind of a jerk, but sometimes that led to some really humorous interactions.
Investor Warren Buffet, recently the world’s richest man, seems to think that Apple stock is going to do just fine.
Editor’s Pick Walter L. Shaw is someone you’ve never heard of. But he invented big chunks of your world, and then died, almost penniless, living on the charity of his international jewel thief son, a made man in John Gotti’s New York mob.
Given that this is the first increase in more than a decade, the music industry has a legitimate reason to scream, and shout, and let it all out.
Guest Post Why hasn’t Russia produced more world-changing companies? Perhaps it’s because the country doesn’t encourage experimentation and rebellion — essential qualities for entrepreneurs as well as punk rockers.
Guest Post Why I think Apple’s infinite loop is turning gradually finite.
As Steve Jobs went “thermo-nuclear” on clones, Tim Cook wanted to cool it.
Would Apple outdo Tesla in making better cars than Detroit?
Ashton Kutcher has been deeply affected by Steve Jobs, the Apple cofounder he plays in the upcoming movie jOBS. He is bringing lessons from Jobs’ life not only into his own life but into his meeting with potential investments.
Ashton Kutcher’s portrail of Steve Jobs was so intense that it landed him in the hospital, the actor revealed.
jOBS, the movie that took on Steve Jobs and the founding of Apple, was screened at the Sundance Film Festival this weekend and the reviews are in.
Steve Jobs’ life will live large once more on the silver screen starting in theaters around the country on April 19. Judging by Apple’s stock market performance yesterday, the company he founded could use him back there too.
Steve Jobs can’t be at MacWorld this year. But Ashton Kutcher, who plays Steve in the upcoming film JOBS, will be. And so will his co-star, Josh Gad, who plays the other half of the dynamic duo that founded Apple in 1976, Steve Wozniak.
Editor’s Pick Apple doesn’t believe games are capable of social criticism. What do developers have to say about that?
Remember that Apple-branded Internet radio rumor that started a few months ago? Well, it was actually planted in Apple founder Steve Jobs’ head by Beat Audio chief exec Jimmy Iovine.
Editor’s Pick Steve Jobs was never afraid of changing his mind. If Apple wants to continue to be the market leader in smartphones and tablets in 2013 and beyond, a massive, earth-shaking, almost unthinkable change is needed.
Apple’s smartphone marketshare is growing slower than the overall smartphone market, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said today in a research note to investors. That fact will push Apple to release a cheaper iPhone for mass markets.
BusinessWeek published a huge 800-word 11-page interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook this morning. Here are the best quotes, with some commentary.
Apple has worked hard to keep the app store free of porn. But it looks like one developer has snuck an app with violent sexual content — including references to pedophilia — into the app store right under Apple’s nose.
Venus is 80 meters long — over 250 feet — and was built with living quarters to accommodate 12 people. Its equipment and living space, according to SWNS.com, can be controlled from seven 27″ iMacs.
Apple’s Game Center looks like an afterthought when compared to the success of iTunes, the iPhone, and the iPad.
An artist reimagines Ronald McDonald, Steve Jobs, and many others in phalanges form.
Remember when the fruity Cupertino, Calif. company used to be called Apple Computer? That seems a long time ago. A long, long time ago.
Guest Post Other than Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , Tim Cook must be the most speculated-about figure in the world. What will they do next?
Apple reflects on Jobs’ passing with a heartfelt video on Apple.com and a note from chief executive Tim Cook.
Apple may not be a company accustomed to making public apologies for lacking products or services, but it does own up to its missteps on occasion, especially when its prized creation, the iPhone, is at the center of controversy.