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Steve Jobs opera proves tedious — and a triumph

Despite cliches and two-dimensional characters, “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs” had the audience whooping at its world premiere Saturday night at the Santa Fe Opera.

CarPlay available for 2018 Honda Ridgeline truck on 8-inch display with built-in USB ports

2 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Steve Jobs famously compared tablets and laptops to cars and trucks, saying that cars would suit most people’s needs, but there would still be those who needed more powerful and capable trucks. If your automotive needs fall into the latter category, Honda has you covered with a CarPlay option in the 2018 Ridgeline … more…

A Seat-belt for your Smartphone

3 hours agoArts : Yanko Design

A Seat-belt for your Smartphone If anyone knew that big phones were a menace, it was Steve Jobs. He vowed never to make a large phablet sized iPhone because he knew...

DAVID EINHORN: Tesla bulls look at Elon Musk and think of Steve Jobs, but Tesla is not Apple (TSLA, GM, APPL)

Tesla is no Apple. That's according to David Einhorn, the founder of the hedge fund Greenlight Capital, who wrote out a litany of reasons he's bearish on Tesla in his firm's second-quarter letter. "Tesla bulls look at Elon Musk, think...Show More Summary

A dozen things Steve Jobs would hate about Apple today

Steve Jobs never left anyone in any doubt as to what was on his mind, and thanks to hundreds of hours of keynotes, speeches, and interviews, we can get an insight into what he might think about the current state of the company he founded. (Updated June 2017 following WWDC 2017)

‘Missing in Action’: Senior WH Officials Say Steve Bannon is ‘AWOL’

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

A new report from Politico details Steve Bannon's "disappearing act": how the White House chief strategist, once considered the most powerful man in Washington, has stepped back from his role in order to save his job.

Europe backs nuclear medicine for cancer that killed Steve Jobs

LONDON (Reuters) - A nuclear medicine targeting the type of cancer that killed Steve Jobs won a green light from EU regulators on Friday, boosting prospects for its developer Advanced Accelerator Applications.

Crazy Sht In Real Estate: What’s that smell?

A closing or a successfully sold property does not necessarily mean the agent's job is done. Leigh Brown interviews Steve Weiss, a Realtor of 32 years, who talks about an after-sale issue in which he sent his clients on a nice dinner out so that he could investigate a peculiar smell coming from under the house...

Steve Jobs opera ‘The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs’ set to debut this weekend in Santa Fe

Nearly two years ago to the day, the Santa Fe Opera announced an opera centered around the life of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs entitled “The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs.” After the two years of development, the opera is set to debut this weekend… more…

Steve Jobs opera set to premier this week after two years of preparation

Almost two years after the Santa Fe Opera commissioned "The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs," the narrative, music and rehearsals are complete and the production is set to open this Saturday as part of a limited six-show run.

Apple founder Steve Jobs is the subject of a new opera

It's 2007, and Steve Jobs has just finished launching the first iPhone before an enraptured audience when he nearly collapses, exhausted by the illness that will kill him four years later.

Security Guard Robot Caught Lying Down on Job

Georgetown-based retail park The Washington Harbour last week introduced Steve, a security robot with “an extensive catalogue of security capabilities.” Unfortunately, navigating steps is not among them. Just days after the pilot technology […] The post Security Guard Robot Caught Lying Down on Job appeared first on

Google Glass is back, and it's coming for your job

Reports of the death of Google Glass have been greatly exaggerated. Google launched the Google Glass Enterprise Edition (or Google Glass EE) on Tuesday, officially rebooting the wearable as a workplace tool, with Backchannel's Steven...Show More Summary

AirBar transforms your MacBook Air into the touchscreen Mac you’ve been waiting for

At this point, it seems like Apple might never release a laptop with a touchscreen. The company reverses course all the time — remember when Steve Jobs scoffed at the idea of native third-party apps on the iPhone? — but over the years Apple has never wavered when it comes to rejecting touchscreen laptops. Show More Summary

3 Decisions Which Prove That Paytm’s Focus Is Now Customer Satisfaction, Rather Than Customer Acquisition

The phenomenal growth of Paytm is not a secret – Every fan boy of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates is now aware of how Paytm grew from a humble beginning to churning out 1 billion transactions via 147 million wallet users last year. In fact,...Show More Summary

How Steve Jobs Set Apple On Course To Rule Consumer Augmented Reality

ARKit plays to Apple’s greatest strength: control over the software and hardware. Apple last month launched what could soon end up being the largest augmented reality (AR) platform in the world, and its rivals may have a tough time answering in kind. Show More Summary

Steve Smith offers sarcastic comfort to Dave Gettleman

The Panthers have fired G.M. Dave Gettleman. And Gettleman is getting some sympathy from one of the guys he previously fired. Former Panthers receiver Steve Smith, who was cut by Gettleman after Gettleman’s first year on the job, took to Twitter with a sarcastic message of support for the recently-fired executive. Making the tweet even…

Former Apple creative director says Steve Jobs era over, Apple ‘fundamentally changed’

Former Apple creative director Hugh Dubberly has suggested that Apple is in danger of being left behind by Samsung now that the company is in the post Steve Jobs era. more…

Patina Gallery in Santa Fe opens a photography exhibition by Doug Menuez

last weekArts : Artdaily

For photographer Doug Menuez, the most creative period in the career of Steve Jobs, the man who gave the smartphone to 200 million Americans, was a noble cause that reset the trajectory of the human race. To illustrate, he recalls a moment as he ended a talk on the computer revolution in Silicon Valley during of the late-1980s and early-1990s. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs, the Man, and Steve Jobs, the Opera

There's been some discussion about The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs, the opera, on Twitter over the last couple of days, and about larger issues raised by the work. I was involved in the Twitter exchanges, and so were a bunch of folksShow More Summary

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