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Big tech's narrowing focus

Big tech's narrowing focus

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When Steve Jobs took to the stage in 2008 to announce the second iPhone and, just as importantly, the then-brand new App Store, he was selling consumers one simple thing: choice. Whether you wanted to play games, read the news, watch videos, or do a thousand other things, there was something for whatever your heart desired.

Celebrities who have died from pancreatic cancer

Celebrities who have died from pancreatic cancer

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A number of celebrities have died from pancreatic cancer, including Patrick Swayze, Alan Rickman, Steve Jobs and now Aretha Franklin.

Don't Get Nostalgic For This 20th Anniversary: Apple's iMac G3 Was An Awful Computer

Don't Get Nostalgic For This 20th Anniversary: Apple's iMac G3 Was An Awful Computer

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It is the 20th anniversary of the iMac G3, the original iMac that was designed by Jony Ive and was one of the first computers released by Steve Jobs after he rejoined Apple in 1997. It launched in August 1998.

How Did Steve Jobs Fake the First iPhone?

How Did Steve Jobs Fake the First iPhone?

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Curiosity.com writes about Steve Jobs and the first iPhone. There was a little more to that keynote than meets the eye.

Steve Jobs Was Right When He Said Podcasts Were The Future Of Audio

Steve Jobs Was Right When He Said Podcasts Were The Future Of Audio

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The podcast revolution is under way. Every walk of life is now covered and while podcasts are relatively new, it is difficult to find quality content amid the noise. Curio is a London podcast startup that is trying to change the dial.

Apple Commemorates Aretha Franklin’s Life with Apple Music Playlists

Apple Commemorates Aretha Franklin’s Life with Apple Music Playlists

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The music world lost a pillar with the passing of Aretha Franklin. She was suffering from pancreatic cancer, as did Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. To commemorate her life Apple has several playlists on Apple Music celebrating her powerful contributions to soul, jazz, R&B, blues, and funk. Aretha’s influence crossed musical genres and that won’t likely change even though she’s gone. You can check out her Apple Music playlists in the Music app on your iPhone or iPad, or under the Browse tab in iTunes music section.

Report Claims iPhone XI and XI Plus Will Have Apple Pencil Support

Report Claims iPhone XI and XI Plus Will Have Apple Pencil Support

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Steve Jobs is probably rolling in his grave at the mere thought of the idea.

New clue points to Apple Pencil coming to iPhone

New clue points to Apple Pencil coming to iPhone

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Both of this year’s OLED iPhones will support the Apple Pencil, a new report suggests, citing “industry insiders.” If true, this would represent the first time in Apple history in which the iPhone used a stylus, something that Steve Jobs was adamantly opposed to. Samsung’s iPhone rival, the Galaxy Note, has long shipped with a

Steve Jobs's loveless relationship with first daughter revealed in blistering new memoir

Steve Jobs's loveless relationship with first daughter revealed in blistering new memoir

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Lisa Brennan Jobs, now 40, made a series of explosive claims about her father who passed away in California in 2011 in her new book titled 'Small Fry'.

Love your Mac enough to hug it? You’ll dig this new Kickstarter from Throwboy

Love your Mac enough to hug it? You’ll dig this new Kickstarter from Throwboy

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Steve Jobs was deeply proud of the iMac G3, even to the point of cuddling one for a spread in a 1998 issue of Newsweek. He looks happy in the shot, but he couldn’t have been too comfortable. In fact, at home, he might have preferred cozying up the plush pillow version of the device that’s now on Kickstarter as part of the Iconic Pillow Collection from Throwboy, along with pillow versions of some of Apple’s (and Jobs’) other greatest hits.

Check Out Steve Jobs Unveiling the First iMac 20 Years Ago

Check Out Steve Jobs Unveiling the First iMac 20 Years Ago

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The iMac is 20 years old, and it’s the computer that started Apple down the path to become the first company with a trillion dollar market cap. Then interim CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the first iMac on stage in May 1998, and the all-in-one computer shipped on August 15th. That computer shipped with a 233 MHz G3 processor, Mac OS 8.1, a 4 GB hard drive, and was the first Mac with USB. Check out Steve unveiling the original Bondi Blue iMac.

‘You had to out-bully him’: How employees stood up to Steve Jobs

‘You had to out-bully him’: How employees stood up to Steve Jobs

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There were some upsides to Jobs’s demanding and wounding behavior. People who were not crushed ended up being stronger.

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