Gizmodo scored a nifty scoop yesterday when it got Steve Wozniak to review Jobs, the bio-pic starring Ashton Kutcher.
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.
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.
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.
Apple co-founder and Fusion.io chief scientist Steve Wozniak said last night during a Q&A that dependence on the cloud is setting us up for “horrible problems.”
Woz celebrates a birthday and Fusion-io launches a new product.
[vimeo 34696050 w=640 h=360] Chances are, if reading tech blogs is what you do with your Saturday, you’re gonna love this video.
Ever wonder what it would be like to put two of the biggest icons among geeks into the same room? Well wonder no longer avid VentureBeat reader.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCTzXGmhS2Y&w=560&h=345] How do you sex up an input-output system that will blow away data center bottle necks? Have Verne Troyer announce it at a groovy DEMO party with drink serving go-go girls!
I’m delighted to announce that Leonard Nimoy will joining us at our special event tomorrow that focuses on technology innovation that is hitting the enterprise.
VentureBeat, as mentioned, is kicking off 2012 by co-hosting a special event in San Francisco on January 5, focused on disruption in the enterprise.
We are thrilled to announce that VentureBeat will be kicking off 2012 by co-hosting a special event in San Francisco on January 5, focused ostensibly on disruption in the enterprise. But one of the real reasons we’re doing this is to throw a massive holiday party.
Don’t be surprised. The debut of Apple’s iPhone 4S today was met with long lines, loud cheers, activation headaches, and interviews with the ubiquitous Steve Wozniak, the surviving co-founder of Apple.
Steve Wozniak broke his silence today and publicly mourned his friend and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
The demand for accessing data keeps going up and up. That’s why Fusion-io has grown quickly by selling flash-based memory systems for data center servers. Today the company is introducing its second-generation ioMemory products to double its performance.
Fusion-io, a flash storage company, announced its latest product ioCache, a virtualization solution that ties into the company’s focus on data center efficiency.
Steven Levy wrote his first book, Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution, in 1984. At the Defcon hacker conference in Las Vegas today, he talked about the word “hacker” and its origins amid a crowd of young practitioners of the craft, many of whom weren’t born when he published that book.