Some Silicon Valley parents are following Steve Jobs' lead and keeping electronic devices away from their children
The New York Times reports the Apple founder kept his kid's screen time to a minimum, and many Palo Alto parents agree. In the hottest tech center on the planet, parents are starting to draw the line on giving their kids technology. Len Ramirez reports.
Two of the biggest news stories about Apple’s Steve Jobs took place on September 16. Jobs resigned from Apple on September 16, 1985. Twelve years later, on September 16, 1997, he became interim CEO. Although the producers of this 1985...Show More Summary
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Few people will remember that Apple founder Steve Jobs gave an interview to Playboy back in 1985. As with most long interviews with the late CEO, it's filled with fantastic nuggets about his life, Apple, and the future of computing. We pulled out our 15 favorite quotes and anecdotes for you to check out. Show More Summary
In what was to be his last public appearance before his death, Steve Jobs detailed to Cupertino city council, California, in 2011 the plans behind Apple’s new headquarters – a 71 hectare (176 acre) campus with an enormous O-shaped building for 13,000 employees at its heart. Jobs claimed that...
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When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, he declared himself interim CEO. He wanted someone else to be Apple’s full-time CEO, so he could be the chairman and focus on his other job at Pixar. Joe Costello was one of the people interviewed for that position in 1997. Show More Summary
When Steve Jobs unveiled the iPod in 2001, a month after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the timing was inauspicious and the product given little chance of success. Of course, the iPod did succeed -- wildly so -- paving the way for iTunes, lots of smaller iPods, the iPhone, the iPad, and Apple's bulging (offshore) bank account. Show More Summary
Bottom of the Premier League after a 4-0 thumping at Southampton, Newcastle make the back pages this weekend for all the wrong reasons. The big question on everyone’s lips is how long can Alan Pardew hang on to his job. With just one win in their last 12 Premier League matches, including nine defeats in […]
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