2017-era Apple doesn’t brag about adoption figures in the same way the company used to under Steve Jobs. But at this week’s annual National Association of Broadcasters conference it made an exception. Specifically, Apple revealed that...Show More Summary
By Daniela Kapser on SwimSwam “Fürchte dich nicht vor Fehlern. Du wirst Fehler machen. Lass dich davon nicht aufhalten.” (Benjamin Franklin) Wir neigen dazu,... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Sieben Motivationsmantras von Aristoteles, Goethe und Steve Jobs
April 25, 1990: Steve Jobs shuts down Pixar’s hardware division (yes, it used to have one!), ending production of the pricey Pixar Image Computers immediately. Jobs sells the company’s hardware unit to Fremont, California-based imaging company Vicom Systems for a paltry $2 million. Show More Summary
Long before Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak founded Apple in a Silicon Valley garage, they were friends. During a recent interview with Business Insider, Steve Wozniak revealed how they bonded over the music of Bob Dylan early in their friendship. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Intuit CEO Brad Smith talks with FORBES' Rich Karlgaard about the secret to disruption and rapid innovation and about the best advice he ever got from Steve Jobs' mentor.
Generally there seems to be an issue with downloading Adobe Flash Player for Mac, especially since the company has been having trouble with this product ever since the beginning. Steve Jobs, the late co-founder of the tech giant, stated...Show More Summary
Since Steve Bannon emerged, people have marveled at him as the mysterious Satan- and Sith-loving mound of decomposing organic material that somehow has the ear of the president. The teeter totter of power has tipped back and forth in...Show More Summary
Some of the biggest names in tech are known for dropping out of the best colleges in the US. Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Steve Jobs all left school before graduation to launch companies. Peter Thiel, also a college dropout, has given millions to young entrepreneurs willing to pursue their startups dreams instead of a diploma. Show More Summary
There would be no Apple without Steve Wozniak. Wozniak, who co-founded Apple over 40 years ago with the late Steve Jobs, remains a revered figure in Silicon Valley. Although he is no longer connected with Apple, he keeps busy making appearances at big tech conferences to inspire inventors, serves as chief scientist for the enterprise […]
Steve Jobs and Bill Gates didn’t always see eye to eye. When it came to their kids’ relationship to technology, however, it seems they agreed on more than they disagreed on. That’s based on a new interview with Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, in which he says that he and his wife didn’t allow their children […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Everything you need to know about Apple TV! There was two parts to Steve Jobs' 2007 keynote. The first was iPhone. The second, Apple TV. Previously teased as iTV, back then it was a Mac-based, hard drive-equipped, iTunes sync box. Novel, but hardly the future. Show More Summary
``$120 million in venture funding from Google Ventures and Kleiner Perkins, for a juicer? And the founder, Doug Evans, calling himself himself Steve Jobs "in his pursuit of juicing perfection?" And how is Theranos's Elizabeth Holmes walking around freely?... Show More Summary
Steve Jobs had said there is an app for everything, and with as many as they have in the app store, that’s believable. And now there is even discussion that apps can replace some medications of all things. But is this thought of Steve...Show More Summary
Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs may all have dropped out, but stats show elite colleges open the most doors.
Jia Yueting has led LeEco Holdings on an aggressive campaign of expansion, but now one of his biggest backers wants him to go.
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Steve Lohr, New Tools Needed to Track Technology’s Impact on Jobs, Panel Says: underpaidgenius: The bottom line is that public policy is being created by the neoliberal economic decisions of corporations, a bottom-up phenomenon, not through government investments of legislation. Show More Summary
What's the use of being besties with the president if you can't help out shareholders in the process?
Ellen Huet and Olivia Zaleski, reporting for Bloomberg: Doug Evans, the company’s founder, would compare himself with Steve Jobs in his pursuit of juicing perfection. He declared that his juice press wields four tons of force — “enough to lift two Teslas,” he said. Show More Summary
Steve Jobs once said that it’s better to be a pirate than to join the navy. More than 30 years on, you can put that mantra to the test, courtesy of a new iOS game that’s just landed in the App Store. Called Tempest: Pirate Action RPG, it’s a premium adventure role-playing game which lets you […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)