Sometimes talent is apparent at a young age. Bill Gates, worth $US92.8 billion today, founded his first company at age 16. But sometimes it's not so clear. Steve Jobs's grade point average in high school was an abysmal 2.65 - mostly Bs and Cs.
Not too long ago, running a graphically intensive game like Rise of the Tomb Raider at 60fps on a humble MacBook seemed about as likely as Steve Jobs faking his death. With macOS High Sierra, though, it’s a reality.
At Apple, Steve Jobs led much of the industrial design charge, while the softer-spoken Steve Wozniak bulletproofed the engineering. In the world of theater, famed…
Cook started working at Apple thanks to a decision Steve Jobs encouraged him to make.
It’s hard to imagine Steve Jobs ever needing to pass out business cards. But even for titans of industry, business cards were standard issue and if you happened to have one from Jobs, its worth a few bucks. A seller on eBay is hoping to get $9,000 for a couple of Jobs business cards and
Apple founder Steve Jobs makes appearance in ordinary level paper
Apple’s leaders have a history of recruiting the folks they want by convincing them to think different with their career choices. Steve Jobs recruited former Apple CEO John Sculley by asking if he wanted to sell sugar water (a.k.a Pepsi) his whole life or come and change the world. Jobs later convinced Tim Cook to
As Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos found, success comes when you turn your business into a reflection of your values.
Before Steve Jobs gave it the ax in 1997, the Advanced Technology Group developed some of the most influential technology of the century.
Apple's founder might have raised an eyebrow or two if someone told him that in 2018 the company will be ordering 45 million 6.46" panels for an upcoming iPhone, making it the potential largest seller of a big-screen handset model globally. Yet, that's precisely what a Korean industry publication is claiming today.
Morris Chang rarely gets a mention alongside the world’s best-known technology entrepreneurs, such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos. Few outside the tech industry know of him. But Chang has arguably had as big an effect on the world of technology, and our daily lives, as any of those household names. His company, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), helped usher in the microchip revolution that the present day personal electronics boom has been built on
Apple CEO Tim Cook in a recent interview with news agency Bloomberg spoke on a number of topics ranging from company founder Steve Jobs, coming out to the public, and the thought of running for President of the United States.