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Apple’s Steve Wozniak Believes Machines Have Turned Us Into Family Pets

Steve Wozniak was the co-founder of Apple and helped change the history of technology along with Steve Jobs. On Friday night, he appeared at the MassMutual Center in Springfield, MA talk about technology. Mass Live quotes Wozniak. “The machines won 200 years ago. Show More Summary

These photos Apple's first employees showed us from the company's earliest days are absolutely wonderful (AAPL)

The year was 1977. Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak had barely moved out of the Jobs' family garage to the company's first official corporate address, 20863 Stevens Creek Blvd., (Building 3, Suite C) in Cupertino, Calif. The pair had successfully begun shipping their first computer, a naked circuit board called Apple I. Show More Summary

Tesla Goes To The Wall

This is the big announcement from Tesla about its new battery storage systems. Elon Musk is rapidly becoming “the new Steve Jobs.” From VideoMisery via YouTube Tweet !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.geShow More Summary

Speaking of Apple Products and Water Resistance

David W. Brown, writing for The Atlantic back in 2011: When engineers working on the very first iPod completed the prototype, they presented their work to Steve Jobs for his approval. Jobs played with the device, scrutinized it, weighed it in his hands, and promptly rejected it. Show More Summary

Auction for Three Steve Jobs Business Cards Reaches $2,405, So Far

The high school in San Rafael, Calif., is selling three of Steve Jobs’ business cards, from his times as president of NeXT and chairman of Apple and of Pixar.

Steve Jobs business cards from Apple, Pixar, and NeXT are up for auction

  Steve Jobs memorabilia collectors can now grab the holy trifecta of business cards while also doing a bit of good along the way. Three Steve Jobs business cards from his days at Apple, Pixar, and NeXT are up for auction … Read mor...

Got $3,000? You can bid for Steve Jobs’ Apple, Pixar and NEXT business cards

The Marin School in San Rafael, California is having an auction to raise funds and there’s one lot that will appeal to tech historians and Apple fans alike – three of Steve Jobs’ business cards. The artefacts date from 1984 to 1990 – the period when Jobs went from Chairman of Apple to CEO of NEXT and Chairman of Pixar. Show More Summary

All the things Wired got hilariously wrong in its legendary 1997 story on how to 'save' Apple (AAPL)

In June 1997, tech magazine Wired published a legendary issue about Apple, and the problems facing the then-struggling Cupertino technology company. Founder Steve Jobs had been kicked out years earlier (although he had just rejoined after Apple acquired his company NeXT), and Gil Amelio was at the helm. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs business cards up for school auction, one each for NeXT,pre-1985 Apple & Pixar

If you like a little Steve Jobs memorabilia and want to contribute to a good cause, the Marin School has three Steve Jobs business cards up for auction, spanning 1984 to 1990, providing one each for NeXT, Apple and Pixar. Bidding started at $600, and was up to $2,405 at the time of writing. The […]

How much would you pay to own Steve Jobs' business cards? (AAPL)

Business cards weren't passé in Steve Jobs' days, and one family was smart enough to hang onto a couple of them. Now they'll go to the highest bidder as The Marin School puts three vintage Steve Jobs business cards up for auction. AShow More Summary

Steve Jobs’ favorite musician thinks we’re all going to own an Apple Watch

John Mayer is world renowned for his skill at plucking strings on a guitar while singing breathy love lyrics. He’s also well known as a lover of expensive mechanical watches, but when it comes to the future of wrist wear, … Read mor...

Play with Jobs & Woz phone phreak machines without breaking the law

Way back in the day (1972), Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak designed and started selling “blue boxes,” devices that generated specific tones that would game the telephone networks of the day (called “phreaking.” These would allow phone phreaks to make … Read more ›

This Is How Steve Jobs Started and Changed the World

For years, Steve Jobs had a larger-than-life impact on the world of technology, design, music and other fields. Unlike some... The post This Is How Steve Jobs Started and Changed the World appeared first on Lifehack.

Elon Musk's Tesla PR Strategy Is Straight From the Steve Jobs Playbook

The Tesla founder is putting Steve Jobs's PR strategy to good use for the next big thing to come out of the Gigafactory.

5 Lessons From Shockingly Honest Marketing Campaigns

Robert Townsend is one of the most underappreciated leaders in history. He is not a household business name like Steve Jobs or Jack Welch. He didn’t lead an organization into making products to change the world. In fact, many of the employees that now work at the company he once led have probably never even

19 New Movies to Watch at Home This Week Including Mommy, Inherent Vice and Convoy

Welcome back to This Week In Discs! If you see something you like, click on the title to buy it from Amazon. Mommy Diane (Anne Dorval) is a single mother in a dead-end job whose teenage delinquent son Steve (Antoine Olivier Pilon) has just been remanded into her care by the youth hospital where he had been detained. Show More Summary

Apple Watch review: Futuristic, fun and fan-flipping-tastic

Apple Watch is the most confounding device to come out of Cupertino since Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone. Is is it a watch? Is it a tiny computer on your wrist? It’s both — and it’s so much more. After … Read more ›

Jayne Meadows dies at 95; actress, wife of Steve Allen

6 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

In 1952, Jayne Meadows was a broke, newly divorced film actress when she got a job she didn't really want. It ended up making her a household name.

LG says even Steve Jobs would loved the G4

Now that the Samsung Galaxy S6 has finally gone on sale the Android world is turning its attention to LG’s new flagship smartphone, the G4. We’ve seen a few glimpses of the leather-clad phone which will make its debut on … Read more...

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