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Topic: Steve Jobs

More than $60,000 in "computers and personal items" stolen from Steve Jobs' home

08/14/2012, 10:08 am

The Palo Alto home of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was among the homes that fell prey to Bay Area-wide surge in residential burglaries last month. A suspect was later arrested in the case.


Steve Jobs particularly irritated over Samsung's copying of iOS "rubber banding" effect

08/07/2012, 12:08 pm

The "rubber band" effect you see on an iPhone or iPad when you attempt to scroll past the end of a document is something Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was quite proud of; and he repeatedly warned Samsung about copying it.


Mountain Lion easter egg references debut of original Apple Macintosh

07/26/2012, 04:07 pm

Incomplete downloads in OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion show a "Date Modified" of Jan. 24, 1984, a reference to the day when Apple's very first Macintosh was unveiled by Steve Jobs.


Steve Jobs joins George Washington, others in TIME's most influential Americans list

07/25/2012, 06:07 pm

Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was named one of the 20 most influential people in American history according to a TIME feature released on Tuesday, and sits alongside the likes of George Washington, Henry Ford and Albert Einstein.


Wired cover story highlights Steve Jobs' effect on tech leaders

07/22/2012, 06:07 pm

Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is the topic of Wired's August cover story as the popular publication investigates how the tech guru's management style affects industry leaders.


Steve Jobs' anti-Android sentiments not a factor in patent trial, judge says

07/18/2012, 09:07 pm

A U.S. District Court judge on Wednesday approved a request to bar statements regarding Google's Android OS made by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs from a patent trial case against Samsung.


Court filing reveals Apple's iPad prototype from early 2000s

07/18/2012, 11:07 am

Pictures of early design concepts for the iPad made between 2002 and 2004 have been revealed through an Apple court filing.


Apple co-founder Jobs admired Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, biographer says

07/17/2012, 09:07 pm

Steve Jobs biographer Walter Isaacson on Tuesday reaffirmed the tech guru's respect for Mark Zuckerberg during an interview with Washington Post Company CEO and Facebook board member Don Graham.


Laurene Powell Jobs expected to attend Sun Valley conference

07/13/2012, 03:07 am

Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, will reportedly attend the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley retreat this week and is rumored to have purchased a house in the area.


jOBS biopic fills key roles as casting nears completion

07/10/2012, 06:07 pm

The cast of the upcoming "jOBS" indie biopic, which has already started principal photography, is filling out as Kevin Dunn, J.K. Simmons and four more sign on to play co-starring roles opposite Ashton Kutcher's portrayal of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.


Steve Wozniak on Microsoft Surface: 'Steve Jobs came back reincarnated at Microsoft'

07/09/2012, 04:07 pm

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak quips Steve Jobs "came back reincarnated at Microsoft" referring to the Redmond-based company's recent design breakthroughs that have culminated in the new Surface, a tablet which sports a marriage of art and technology reportedly befitting of the late tech guru.


Working Apple I motherboard sells for $375K, Steve Jobs Atari letter for $28K

06/15/2012, 05:06 pm

Auction house Sotheby's on Friday sold two rare pieces of Apple history in a functioning 1976 version of the company's first motherboard and an unrelated note written by Apple co-founder brought Steve Jobs from his time at Atari.


Steve Jobs helped hatch Obama's mobile campaign for reelection

06/15/2012, 08:06 am

Before he passed away late last year, Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs provided President Barack Obama's campaign manager with advice on how to capitalize on mobile technology and social networks during their reelection campaign.


'jOBS' actors seen on set at Steve Jobs' old Los Altos home

06/13/2012, 06:06 pm

New photos show that the upcoming jOBS biopic is well underway with actors already populating their roles on-set at Steve Jobs' old Los Altos home where the first Apple computer was built.


Pentagon file on Steve Jobs reveals 1975 arrest over speeding ticket

06/11/2012, 08:06 am

A previously unknown 1975 arrest of Steve Jobs over an unpaid speeding ticket has been revealed in a newly released file kept by the Pentagon.


Phil Schiller expected to increasingly become Apple's 'public face'

06/08/2012, 02:06 pm

Though Tim Cook has taken the place of Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple, a new profile on the company's marketing chief, Phil Schiller, says he is expected to become the "public face" of Apple going forward.


Matthew Modine signs on to play John Sculley in jOBS biopic

06/05/2012, 06:06 pm

Veteran actor Matthew Modine has been added to the cast of the upcoming jOBS biopic and will be playing the role of former Apple CEO John Sculley, who many recognize as being the man who "fired" Steve Jobs from his own company.


D10: Larry Ellison, Ed Catmull discuss Steve Jobs legacy

05/31/2012, 12:05 am

After appearing separately in interviews at All Things Digital, Disney-Pixar Animation president Dr Ed Catmull and Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison sat together to discuss "the Lessons of Steve Jobs."


'AllThingsD' posts Steve Jobs' appearances as video, audio podcasts

05/30/2012, 09:05 pm

All Things Digital has released all of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' appearances at its annual D conference, beginning with the first ever in 2003, as free video and audio podcasts on iTunes.


D10: Nathan Myhrvold joins Tim Cook in defending patents as crucial to supporting innovation

05/30/2012, 05:05 pm

Nathan Myhrvold, the co-founder and chief executive of Intellectual Ventures and former chief technology officer of Microsoft, defended patents on the stage of All Things Digital, repeating Tim Cook's comments yesterday referring to patent infringement as 'stealing a painting and putting your name on it.'