The lineup of the Telluride Film Festival, which starts on Friday, was announced Thursday. “Suffragette” and "Steve Jobs" are among the films being screened this year.
I've never understood this blind, ignorant and glazed-eye adoration of Steve Jobs. People who don't know him, have never met him and have little understanding of what havoc he's wreaked on ordinary people, then endlessly compare himShow More Summary
There are many measures of success. Which means the most to you?
Steve Jobs probably used these recordings to alter his mental state, change his moods, and keep himself creative.
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In addition to the high-wire Philippe Petit pic "The Walk," several other movies arrive this fall looking to illuminate the lives of heroes and villains (and those falling somewhere in-between), including "Steve Jobs," the Aaron Sorkin-written dramatization of the Apple co-founder's life, and "Truth,"...
The upcoming and highly anticipated Steve Jobs biopic will be shown for the first time to the public as part of the 42nd annual Telluride Film Festival. The movie, which centers on Apple's late co-founder, played by Michael Fassbender,...Show More Summary
For Alex Gibney it all started with the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on October 5, 2011. “The motivation to make the film was why so many people who didn’t know Steve Jobs were weeping when he left,” Gibney told an audience last week who had recently seen his new film “Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine” (in theaters Friday). Show More Summary
The new film "Steve Jobs," written by Aaron Sorkin, and starring Michael Fassbender as the tech innovator himself, has been making waves on the internet for its unique and controversial portrayal. But will it live up to the hype? Find out how it stands against other attempts to encapsulate the life of the man behind Apple. Show More Summary
On the eve of iPhone 6s, we're updating and expanding our history of iPhone series—continuing with the iPhone 4 that changed everything—again! Steve Jobs returned to the WWDC keynote stage on June 7, 2010. He'd introduced the iPad earlier in the year, and kicked things off with an update on how it, and the App Store had been doing (spoiler: Well!). Show More Summary
A class action lawsuit against Apple, Google and other tech companies for agreeing not to poach each other’s employees has finally been settled. Steve Jobs, Google’s Eric Schmidt and others had agreed in emails not to offer higher salaries to each other’s employees in order to reduce the risk of losing valuable employees. When the emails […]
At the start of Alex Gibney’s Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine, the prolific documentarian admits that he approached his latest film—his third released this year—with no small amount of personal bias. Gibney says he feels conflicted...Show More Summary
Think about Bill Clinton, Steve Jobs, Donald Trump--and the most confident and assertive people you work with. Chances are, they use many of the same tactics to keep everyone else on defense.
Cate Blanchett is putting her red locks to good use, boarding a Lucille Ball biopic project to star as the iconic comedic actress in a script that would be written by Steve Jobs scribe Aaron Sorkin. We’re hearing there is no deal yet for Sorkin, but it would be Sony-based Escape Artists behind the movie that is in early development. Show More Summary
There are two new movies about Steve Jobs about to hit theaters, but if you want to know how things really went down, talk to the man in the center of the action, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. 14-year-old entrepreneur Sarina Khemchandani did just that, scoring an interview with Woz in late August. Show More Summary
Just when you thought his influence was going to fade from our collective minds, another infusion of interest in Steve Jobs is coming our way with the upcoming release of the documentary, Steve Jobs - The Man in the Machine, on September 4 and after that, Steve Jobs, directed by Danny Boyle and written by Aaron Sorkin on October 9. Show More Summary
I love Sony. Even when Sony is failing, I love the Japanese company because it designs some of the best consumer electronics products money can buy. Heck, even Steve Jobs admired Sony's ethos. But the company's newly announced Xperia...Show More Summary
At a release party for the video app Vine last week, director of UX Jason Mante took the stage with his dreadlocks and charisma to announce the app’s latest feature. Following a call-and-response moment in his presentation, my friend...Show More Summary
Any Apple fan knows that the company's keynotes aren't just about the products being unveiled — it's about the way Apple does it. Apple's late cofounder and former CEO Steve Jobs had a reputation for captivating the audience during big events and announcements. Show More Summary
There was a time when the phrase ‘young entrepreneurs referred to people like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, who founded Microsoft and Apple respectively at ages 23 and 21. Mark Zuckerberg co-founded Facebook at 19. Following this trend, entrepreneurs are getting younger and younger. Show More Summary