Steve Jobs died on October 5, 2011 at age 56 after a long illness. His official biography “Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson became a bestseller even before going to press in late October. But here is more in the memory of Steve Jobs. Hungarian software company ‘Graphisoft’ unveiled Bronze Steve Jobs Statue at Budapest. It is said to be world’s first bronze statue of Apple Inc co-founder Steve Jobs.
Facebook, Google Buzz, Google Wifi collection and other services (mainly social networking websites) have been questioned about users privacy and security. Steve Jobs’ approach towards handling privacy and security issues for Apple devices had been entirely different. Steve Jobs took privacy very seriously. Steve Jobs said that, for example, at Apple, they worry a lot about location in phones. Steve Jobs thinks that before any app can get location data, it should ask user. Therefore app has to call the location service in device and device will ask user to verify it. This control is not in developer’s hand because they might not alert user and so Apple devices always alert users when any app tries to get current location of user.
Its remarkable how some people stand up to change the world. Steve Jobs as a CEO of Apple Inc contributed a lot in technology and gave us Apple I, Macintosh, Macintosh Portable, Newton (PDA), MAC, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, iTunes and more. He revolutionized how we live our lives in almost every area. We are huge fans of Apple and Steve Jobs. So why not recall his memories? Allow us to share few rare interviews and presentations of Steve Jobs from early stages of Apple and onwards. Get inspired.
Download Steve Jobs’ best interviews recorded at the All Things D stage from 2003 to 2010, in high quality video and audio formats.
Brightest minds from around the world come to U.S. top colleges and universities to pursue graduate degree. As soon as they obtain graduate degree, they return to their country, because student visa does not allow foreign students to stay in the U.S. after they obtain degree. It is like kick high-tech, highly skilled, entrepreneurial people out of the U.S. after training them. Those high-tech skilled graduates return to their countries e.g. China, India, Pakistan to start their own businesses and create job opportunities. This hurts American economy greatly. This is going to be changed in U.S. Senators Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.) introduced the SMART Jobs Act (Sustaining our Most Advanced Researchers and Technology). According to Sen. Alexander, this bill is an essential measure to keep talented workers and potential job creators in the U.S.
“Jobs (Get Inspired)” is an upcoming biographical film (Movie name: Jobs, Tag Line: Get inspired) that is coming in 2012 featuring a young Steve Jobs Apple CEO. Ashton Kutcher is playing as Steve Jobs. The production has already started this month and the movie will be released around November or December 2012. Here is Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs.
Jesse Jackson Jr., who himself owns an iPad, blames the iPad for “eliminating thousands of American jobs.” Why do you need to go to Borders anymore? Why do you need to go to Barnes and Noble? Buy an iPad and download your newspaper, download your book, download your magazine…What about the jobs associated with the books, libraries, newspaper, paper and publishing companies?
Google is hiring autocompleters for Google Search. Are you passionate about helping people? Are you intuitive? Do you often feel like you know what your friends and family are thinking and can finish their thoughts before they can? Are you an incredibly fast Google searcher? Like, so fast that you can do 20 searches before your mom does 1? If yes then here is an opportunity for you to join Google. Watch the following video presentation for more details.