Paul Allen is dead. Sadly, the Microsoft co-founder has succumbed to cancer today -- non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, to be exact. His death is a bit of a surprise, as earlier in the month, he shared on Twitter that his prognosis was good. Unfortunately, as we learned from the death of Steve Jobs, money can't guarantee life -- an important thing to reflect on when feeling down about being broke. Good health is priceless. While less famous than Bill Gates, Allen (the bearded one above) was still a tremendous force in the world of technology. The icon earned billions of dollars thanks to his time…
Some people grumble that this isn’t innovation, that it’s merely improving products already innovated by company co-founder Steve Jobs, who died seven years ago. But loyal fans of the company will be happy.
Nightly Films looks back at the life and rise of Steve Jobs as we mark the month of his passing in 2011.
Nightly Films looks back at the impact of Steve Jobs’ ideas and creations as we mark the month of his passing in 2011.
Charli XCX and Troye Sivan want to party like it’s 1999 and do so in spectacular fashion with a new video that celebrates ’90s pop culture. In the clip for the song “1999,” Charli XCX and Sivan playfully parody famous movie moments from “Titanic,” “American Beauty,” “The Matrix” and “The Blair Witch Project.” The video
Charli XCX stars as Steve Jobs, all five Spice Girls and New Radicals' Gregg Alexander in her '90s-packed video.
October 11, 1995: Steve Jobs files the paperwork to float Pixar Animation Studios on the stock market. A turning point in Jobs’ life, the Pixar initial public offering turns him into a billionaire. But things very nearly don’t turn out so well. It may be because I write for a tech site, and therefore the
'It was all very Jedi': Former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock remembers what it was like interviewing with Steve Jobs in 2005
Steve Jobs interviewed former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock for a job in 2005. Comstock remembers chatting with him for an hour before Jobs offered her the position of general manager at iTunes, which she declined.
The MacBook Air is one resilient laptop. For a while now, Apple seemed to be intent on retiring the aging notebook. The device has not been improved that much either, as it still carries the same body that it debuted when Steve Jobs unveiled it as a revamped laptop during his final years with Apple.