Long before film and TV producer Brian Grazer met with the likes of Steve Jobs, Barack Obama or Fidel Castro, he was a wildly curious child, full of questions. Once, when he was 5 years old, he was sitting in his Grandma Sonia’s convertible, and a bee made its way inside.
Apple has been granted a patent application for a stylus, a sign the company may be working on an electronic pen that will be released as an optional add-on. The patent application, filed in 2011, is for an "active" stylus that includes electronic components that can interact with touch-screen devices. Show More Summary
Tech industry giants Steve Jobs, Andy Grove and Bill Gates were not cast from the mold of the model business leader.
A vegan college dropout who took acid and traveled to India for spiritual enlightenment, Steve Jobs was the greatest businessman in history. But Jobs' ascent was neither simple nor straightforward. Jobs' life story is well known to many,...Show More Summary
Our kids worship wealth and celebrities. We've lost track of school's real purpose -- exciting the mind
There are certain people that come to your mind when you think about success. Perhaps they are people like Steve Jobs, Elon... The post 15 Small Things Successful People Do Every Day appeared first on Lifehack.
via IFO Apple Store: Gary Allen is stepping down from daily blogging and leaves us with this My final advice is: don’t overthink Apple. Instead, remember Steve Jobs and his boundless enthusiasm and joy—especially on stage—for what the products can accomplish and make possible. It’s fine to speculate on sales numbers and stock price. But it’s […]
In late 2012, Apple’s iOS chief Scott Forstall was unceremoniously let go from the company he helped bring back to greatness. A longtime Steve Jobs lieutenant, Forstall was the key software head responsible for bringing the iPhone into existence, and just as importantly, for developing the first iOS SDK. Show More Summary
Listen in as Aaron Sorkin, Scott Rudin and Michael Lynton quake over the "relentless and dangerous" critic. Really!
The CEOs of Microsoft, Intel, and Apple were famously flawed leaders, so how did they manage to transform their companies? Strategy without execution is as worthless as execution without strategy. Read Full Story
Elizabeth Holmes is being compared to visionaries like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs. Holmes founded a biotech company called Theranos in 2003, and her mission is to allow blood testing in every drugstore at a fraction of Medicare costs. Norah O'Donnell reports on how her tiny invention is reshaping health care.
After Steve Jobs, the original Mac, and the iPhone, launch day queues have to be one of the most recognisably Apple phenomenons of them all: something which speaks not only to the crazy number of sales Apple makes, but also … Read more ›
Apple has been granted a patent application for a stylus, a sign that the company is working on a stylus that will be released as an optional add-on. The patent application, filed in 2011, is for an "active" stylus that includes electronic components that can interact with touchscreen devices. Show More Summary
When he was running Apple, Steve Jobs liked to see long lines of people waiting in front of Apple stores to buy the latest Apple products. Why? The three top reasons are lines... Visually indicate the product is in high demand, Promote...Show More Summary
Also at Medium’s Backchannel, Andy Hertzfeld has an interesting take on Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli’s Becoming Steve Jobs: There have been dozens of books already written about Steve Jobs, including Walter Isaacson’s best-selling, magisterial biography, which is based on over 40 exclusive interviews with the man himself. Show More Summary
Becoming Steve Jobs, the latest Jobs autobiography, written by Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli, received high-praise and support from Apple and its executives. One of the original members of the Macintosh development team, however, has published a post on Medium outlining why he thinks Steve Jobs would have not liked the biography. Andy Hertzfeld says that the […]
An original 1976 Apple I computer said to have been built in Steve Jobs’ garage has gone on auction, with a percentage of the proceeds set to support the ALS Association. The machine is one of only 63 existing models. There are currently over 50 bids on the auction, with the highest curently sitting at $20,600 […]
The computer, which originally sold for $600, was built in Steve Jobs' garage.
Knowing we have the power to change the world ever so slightly is what drives us to be all that we know we are capable of. Holding effective meetings ensures that our shared passion inspires our entire team to help us turn the vision into reality.
Taking a break from your smartphone helps you see the world in a different way - but who are we kidding? We couldn't last long without one. From the day Steve Jobs announced the original iPhone in 2007 and popularized touchscreen devices, they have revolutionized the world. Show More Summary