With not one but two movies currently in production about the life of Steve Jobs, Apple fans are rightfully wringing their hands wondering if the iconic co-founder’s life will be told properly. We’d place our bets on Sony’s version, which now carries the distinction of having Apple’s other co-founder as a consultant.
As widely reported this week, That ‘70s Show doofus Kelso (better known as Ashton Kutcher) has been cast in a new indie feature based on the life of Steve Jobs. Okay, so looking at some pictures side by side, the guy does resemble Jobs -- especially in his younger days. But that got us thinking: Are there better actors who could play Steve Jobs?
Earlier this week, an interview with Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page claimed that Steve Jobs really didn’t hate Android as documented in his official biography. Now, the man who literally wrote the book on Jobs is setting the record straight, saying it was definitely not “for show.”
ER star Noah Wyle was the first actor to portray Apple co-founder Steve Jobs on film in the 1999 TV movie The Pirates of Silicon Valley, but he definitely won’t be the last. Ashton Kutcher is going from replacing Charlie Sheen to stepping into the late CEO’s shoes for a new film called Jobs.
No CEO was as well known as Steve Jobs. But despite thoroughly denting the universe, most details of his daily life--and the business decisions he made after returning to Apple -- have remained off the public’s radar. That’s changed with Walter Isaacson’s biography, Steve Jobs, and the revelations may surprise you. Here are some of the biggest revelations from this must-read account of Steve’s extraordinary life and work.
It seems like the lazy part of December is upon us: The frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday is behind us and the last-minute mad rush for holiday gifts is still a week or two away. So what’s a MacLife.com reader to do? Why not take a bite out of some tasty tech news from around the internet while you wait -- here’s the latest and greatest for Tuesday, December 6, 2011.
It's the Halloween weekend and while some people we know will be out waiting for the Great Pumpkin, we'll be inside gaming our scared little butts off, shooting zombies and trying to escape the minions of evil. And we'll be sitting down with a nice cup of steaming hot apple cider because this week was full of hot Apple stories. And there was tons of scoring hot game news this week. See ya on the flipside.