Most of Apple’s improvements have always been incremental — and there’s nothing wrong with that.
The single-story ranch house where the young Steve Jobs built the first Apple computer will be evaluated by the Los Altos Historical Society to determine whether it should become a protected historical site.
The scrappy, disruptive Silicon Valley company that revolutionized the way we think of the personal computer is no more, says the man who helped Steve Jobs design the Mac in the 1980s.
“God, look at that. Look, I’m on television!”
Ashton Kutcher is a convincing Steve Jobs in a film that gives Apple’s other founder short shrift.
Buzzwords? Check. Quoteables? Check. “Here’s to the crazy ones” speech? Check.
They were more alike than you probably ever imagined.
Over at Gizmodo, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak calls the minute-long preview scene from the upcoming jOBS biopic – starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve Wozniak – “totally wrong.”
This is — as you may have figured out by now — an article about how Apple has fared in the year since Steve Jobs passed away. I suspect that it’ll be one of scads of such stories to be published today, the first anniversary …
Right now, if you want to watch a fictionalized version of the story of Steve Jobs, you have one option: the so-so 1999 teleflick Pirates of Silicon Valley, with Noah Wyle as Apple’s cofounder. Before too long, though, there will …