Kate Winslet might land the lead female role in the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, according to Variety, which will be written by Aaron Sorkin and directed by Danny Boyle. Winslet is currently in negotiations for the role, while Michael Fassbender is on board to play Steve Jobs and Seth Rogen will play Steve Wozniak. Show More Summary
The cast of Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs film is apparently filling out, as the latest scuttlebutt has Kate Winslet in talks to costar and Boardwalk Empire actor Michael Stuhlbarg attached in a supporting rol...
Universal Pictures is eyeing Kate Winslet to play the lead female role in Aaron Sorkin’s movie on Steve Jobs, reports Variety. It’s still unknown what character the Titanic star might play, but after a couple of other Oscar nominated actresses … Read more ›
More casting news regarding the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs biopic now being produced by Universal Pictures has come to light in yet another set of leaked Sony emails. According to Deadline, Boardwalk Empire actor Michael Stuhlbarg has been selected to play Andy Hertzfeld, a member of the original Macintosh team. Apart from Stuhlbarg, several other […]
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Aaron Sorkin’s ill-fated Steve Jobs script is starting to actually become a reality, even after pretty much everything about the project was unearthed by the hacking of Sony Pictures. After nailing down Michael Fassbender as Jobs and Seth Rogan to … Read more ›
While the video is at times technical and “in the weeds” it is a great overview of the creation of Siri that I hadn’t yet seen. Mixed in are anecdotes about Apple, Steve Jobs and other players that made the technology happen. Walking backward in time, Adam discussed the technical history of Siri as well […]
Just one day after Apple emerged victorious in its iPod antitrust lawsuit, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers ruled that there was no overwhelming "public interest" in releasing videotaped deposition testimony of Steve Jobs taken a few months before his pa...
The Steve Jobs deposition video that played a key role in the iPod antitrust trial Apple faced in court last week will not see a public release, ruled by District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers. In a filing released today (via AppleInsider),...Show More Summary
A judge decided today to deny media requests for a public release of Steve Jobs’ videotaped deposition in last week’s iPod antitrust case. Apple had been fighting back against these requests, saying that members of the press who wanted to air the video just wanted to see “a dead man.” The ruling essentially states that since live […]
After successfully defending a long-running antitrust case related to the iPod and iTunes ecosystem, Apple on Wednesday won a separate fight to keep videotaped deposition from late company cofounder Steve Jobs sealed.
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, like his idol Steve Jobs, believes in keeping secrets. Secrets, Spiegel believes, are not easy but necessary to run a successful business. And he is very upset that many of Snapchat's secrets, like the fact...Show More Summary
American businesses lose an estimated $37 billion a year due to meeting mistakes. Steve Jobs made sure that Apple wasn't one of those companies. Here are three ways the iconic CEO made meetings super productive. 1. He kept meetings as small as possible. Show More Summary
Tim Bucher — a serial entrepreneur who has also worked directly with Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Michael Dell — thinks we need a better way to manage and share our massive, unruly collections of photos. Enter Lyve, an app that allows you to access your entire life's worth of photos in one neat timeline, no matter where they're stored. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak revolutionized the computer world with the invention of the Apple II, but back in 1977 when they created the unbelievably simple home PC, few people realized the enormous impact it would have on the “small … Read more ›
Sony Pictures has been having a rough time lately. Basically everything about the company from movies to private emails have been made public by a group of hackers. Now we're learning about what director David Fincher thought about the Steve Jobs biopic Sony gave up on. Show More Summary
With the original Apple computers - AKA Apple I or Apple-1 - being as scarce as the proverbial hens teeth, prices for the units hand-built by Steve Wozniak and sold by Steve Jobs have been soaring into the stratosphere. As an example, in October of 2...
The only Apple-1 computer known to have been sold by Steve Jobs from his California garage has been sold at auction in London. BBC News reports that auction house Christie's had valued the computer at $400,000 to $600,000. It didn't sell within that estimate, however, as it went for $365,000 (around £230,000). Show More Summary
A working Apple-1 computer has sold at a Christie’s auction for $365,000: more than 600x the $600 that was paid for it back in July 1976, when it was bought from Steve Jobs. While the figure is certainly sizeable, however, … Read mo...
Fallout from a massive Sony Pictures hack continues to provide nuggets of information about an upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, the latest being emails from screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher, who was previously slated to direct the movie.