With Steve's letter of resignation hitting the internet today, we thought it would be nice to listen to Steve talk to graduates at Stanford. This is a great speech from 2005 that, to us, really gets to the heart of Steve Jobs.
Big news today: Steve Jobs is officially stepping down as CEO of Apple. The Apple Board of Directors announced today that Steve Jobs has resigned as Chief Executive Officer and that Tim Cook would take over the post as CEO. Jobs will remain with the company as chairman of the board.
As many know by now, Time managing editor Walter Issacson had been given the green light awhile back to work on the first authorized biography of Apple CEO Steve Jobs. The book was originally slated to be released in early 2012. Now it appears various online book retailers have updated the listing to a November 21, 2011 release date.
We know, you’re chomping at the bit to get your hands on the official Steve Jobs biography coming March 6, 2012, but first the publisher and the author have to sort out exactly what the thing will be called -- and sometimes, the simplest title is the best one.
Last September, Apple CEO Steve Jobs famously called out Google for including upgrades in the search company’s ever-increasing count of Android activations, touting 230,000 iOS activations per day at that time (not including upgrades). What will Jobs make of Google’s latest claim over over 500,000 activations per day?
We all know that Steve Jobs has got a penchant for secrecy, but once in awhile Jobs will come through and let a little tidbit slip by in the form of an email. Most, if not all the time, we get excited by this, which is why we put together ten of the best Steve Jobs email moments.
There've been many titles published about the of the life of the Steve Jobs There's even an authorized biography on its way. And now, the Apple CEO will get the comic book treatment in a biographical format, due out in August.
There’s been some anxiety in the last week regarding MobileMe’s forthcoming transition to iCloud and what it will mean for some of the former service’s features -- such as hosting for iWeb-created websites. Short story even shorter, you’d better start looking for another place to host your websites if you rely on it.