23.10.2012 [Register] - It is also exactly the type of product that SteveJobs ruthlessly weeded out of Apple when he took back the reins back in the nineties - when he famously wiped out 20-odd product lines and focused in on only four devices. SteveJobs, credit Apple site
Steven Paul Jobs (February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011) was an American entrepreneur and inventor, best known as the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. Through Apple, he was widely recognized as a charismatic pioneer of the personal computer revolution and for his influential career in the computer and consumer electronics fields. Jobs also co-founded and served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios; he became a member of the board of directors of The Walt Disney Company in 2006, when Disney acquired Pixar.
14.10.2011 IOS5 ends SteveJobs tributes. 14-10-11. APPLE idolaters have decided that they don't miss SteveJobs quite as much as they thought after their phones started exploding. IOS5 may also seduce your wife. Unexpected borderline-Satanic ...
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17.01.2014 [guardian] - … - but the difference is not appreciable during normal use. (Recall what SteveJobs said: "the magic number for a retina display is about 300 PPI for a device held 10 to 12in from the eye". So you can't see the pixels on the Moto X.) The screen…
02.01.2014 [guardian] - … end, but be unable to dislodge Android or iOS at the high end. Apple is on its third chief executive if you only include SteveJobs and John Sculley (and ignore the revolving doors of the mid-90s). Tim Cook's genius…
23.12.2013 [guardian] - …The company behind the ubiquitous iPhone and iPad is famously secretive, but there a few little known facts about the California-based company. 1 SteveJobs was adopted and half Syrian…
26.10.2012 [Huffington Post UK] - Six years prior to his death, former Apple CEO SteveJobs delivered an almost haunting lecture on how to live life to the fullest. Total views: 5,444,022 Year released: 2005
Was George Orwell right about 1984? - Keynote address at Apple's annual sales conference first introducing the Macintosh "1984" commercial, which ends with the announcer saying "On January 24th, Apple Computer will introduce Macintosh. And you'll see why 1984 won't be like 1984." (October 1983) - (online video)
23.10.2012 [V3.co.uk] - That's hard to answer as I admire quite a few people, from SteveJobs, to Mark Benioff to the late Thomas Watson Junior, who had a huge impact in the building of IBM. I try to take inspiration from everywhere and it's important to learn from as many
24.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - When developers write iPad apps, they assume a certain number of pixels per inch. Remember how SteveJobs went on and on about iPad virtual buttons being just the right size for fingers? Fingers don't change, but the buttons just did, because the same
24.10.2012 [Tech Digest] - SteveJobs had mused over how to make up the difference, stating that "one could increase the resolution of the display." Apple have failed to do that, with the iPad Mini sitting at the same 1,024x768 resolution as the iPad 2, giving it a lower pixel
23.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - Though SteveJobs called the form factor "dead on arrival," the Apple versus Samsung trial shows that his feelings about that weren't as strong as his words. With product decisions now left to Tim Cook, who as a former supply guy also knows an
23.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - Rumours were circulating that Amelio had cut a deal with SteveJobs' NeXT computer company, licensing its OS to serve as the underlying software architecture of its future operating system. Remember, SteveJobs had been fired from Apple in 1984 and his
24.10.2012 [Phones Review] - Tuxinoo. I'm really upset, disappointed, duped… It's a complete break with SteveJobs's ideals. If Tim Cook doesn't propose any compensation to ipad3 owners (early adopters included), he will confirm he doesn't consider Apple customers/fans. Reality
23.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - He paid tribute to SteveJobs in a poignant moment, thanking the late Apple CEO for "showing what would be possible in a mobile world." He heralded the PC age and gave recognition to Bill Gates and sometime-nemesis Larry Ellison for leading the PC
22.10.2012 [ITProPortal] - It became apparent that once SteveJobs returned to the company, he had transformed it from a computer and technology company, to a fashion company that sells computers and technology. The only difference between modern fashion designers and Apple
23.10.2012 [PSFK] - Recent Articles By Guardian · Follow Guardian via RSS . Will The iPad Mini Crush Amazon And Google? . Google And Microsoft Are Under Threat From Mobile Devices . Would SteveJobs Have Hated The iPad Mini? . UK Grads Offered £20,000 To Train As
23.10.2012 [PSFK] - The iPad mini is the first to be added to Apple's portfolio of compact devices under Tim Cook, who took over as chief executive from co-founder SteveJobs just before his death in October 2011. The move is a crucial part of Apple's plan to beat back
23.10.2012 [The BLN. News about growth companies in the UK. (blog)] - Dan Lyons is the writer behind the Fake SteveJobs blog, which at one point was supposed to be turned into a TV show. In the process Dan learned that the TV business is completely broken. Lesson learned – writing a blog is way more fun than writing a
22.10.2012 [PSFK] - So if Apple is really launching a 7.85in “iPad mini”, how does that square with what SteveJobs said two years ago? You might recall that on 18 October 2010, Jobs popped up on the discussion of Apple's earnings results to put in his two billion-worth
24.10.2012 [The Upcoming] - The release comes after years of speculation over whether Apple would ever create an iPad with a smaller screen after its late founder SteveJobs famously described 7-inch tablets as being “too small”. When released in 2010, many presumed the original
24.10.2012 [GQ.com] - They included another update to the full-size iPad (the second this year - not so smug now, early adopters), a preposterously thin new iMac and updated Macbook Pros. It wasn't quite SteveJobs' "one more thing" but it was Apple's biggest event since