On the launch of the new iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, let’s remember Steve jobs by watching a video that is Jonathan Ive’s tribute to Steve jobs. I think I missed this video and by watching this now, we can recall how much efforts Apple puts in shaping technology for everybody. Every product by Apple is not just what is technologically possible, but what’s technologically useful. It’s not just what’s next, but what should be next. Apple has redefined the way we think and interact with not just computers but the smart devices. Lets watch what Jonathan has to say about the Steve jobs.
‘The Jobs’ is movie based on true story of the man (Steve Jobs) who changed the world. Movie is coming to theaters in August 16 2013. Ashton Kutcher is playing the role of iconic Steve Jobs. They have released first look and teaser of the movie before and here is the final trailer or the movie. For those who love Steve Jobs this movie is going to be very much important. The teaser published earlier had these inspiring lines in it:
“Here is to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the trouble makers, the ones who see things differently, they are not fond of rules,… you can quote them, disagree them, glorify then or …. but the only thing you can not do is to ignore them, because they change things, they push the human race forward, and while someone sees them as crazy ones, we see genius, because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”
Watch Jobs movie trailer.
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.
Steven Anthony – Steve Ballmer is an American businessman, CEO of Microsoft (from January 2000) who ranks number 19 on the Forbes 400. He has been named as “Bad Boy Ballmer” and “The Man Who Rules Microsoft”. Steve Ballmer is known for his energetic and exuberant persona, which is MEANT to MOTIVATE employees and corporate partners. His flamboyant stage appearances at Microsoft events are widely circulated on the Internet as viral videos. One widely circulated video, captured at a developers’ conference, features a perspiring Ballmer chanting the word “developers”. Allow us to share his best bits in videos and photos. Enjoy!
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.
Apple iPad mini news and rumors have been all over the web from quite sometime now. Question is, will Apple consider launching iPad Mini, when late Steve Jobs already had opposed the idea of smaller screen for a tablet.
Download Steve Jobs’ best interviews recorded at the All Things D stage from 2003 to 2010, in high quality video and audio formats.