The Blue Screen of Death. Nearly every Windows user knows what it is, but few know who was responsible for it. According to a blog post on MSDN, it was Steve Ballmer who wrote the screen's message, doing so after he saw the original version and decided he didn't like it.
Apple has taken action against Steve Lamar over claims that he is a co-founder of Beats, which he is reportedly using to market his own headphones company Roam. A lawsuit was filed this past Friday seeking damages, as well as complete removal of all claims about contributing to the company.
With the new Moto X further refining its flagship Android phone, the new Moto G revamping the company’s most popular smartphone ever, and Moto 360 and Moto Hint making a double play for wearables, Motorola is certainly having an interesting month.
Although he passed away in 2011, the memory of Steve Jobs still touches everything that Apple does. His presence isn't just felt in the products of the company, but in his old office as well. In a new interview with Business Week about the iPhone 6, Tim Cook confirms that Steve Jobs' office is still Steve Jobs' office.
Steve Jobs's office remains Steve Jobs's office.
The band is said to have some sort of role in the new products Apple plans to announce. Rumors of U2's involvement in the iPhone 6 launch began a little over a week ago on Twitter and some Apple blogs, but this is the most credible report we've seen yet. Some have speculated that U2 will launch a new album Tuesday. Others have said it will come pre-loaded on the iPhone 6.
Steve Jobs is famous for being a perfectionist visionary (who had a bit of a thorny side ). However, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Charlie Rose in a long and heartfelt interview that he doesn't think that anything written about Jobs fully captures him. The one thing that Cook thinks gets left out is how Jobs was "one of the best mentors in the world." "He was a great teacher," Cook told Rose.
Today, WiFi isn't just considered the standard — it's a necessity for most people. But that wasn't always the case, and it certainly wasn't in 1999. About 15 years ago, Apple cofounder and former CEO Steve Jobs demonstrated the iBook's WiFi capabilities by picking it up and moving it while he was still browsing the web ( via Slate ).
Apple cofounder and former CEO Steve Jobs' reputation preceded him in many ways. Many have attributed Apple's success at least in part to Jobs' obsession with detail and perfection. So you can imagine he wouldn't settle for being told that something could not be done.
Steve Jobs will forever be remembered for his contributions to technology and business, but there's another, slightly more whimsical, distinction the Apple founder was known for. We're speaking of course of his "boom." During live demonstrations, Jobs was known to punctuate explanations of particularly exciting features by exclaiming a mighty "boom.
Apple CEO Tim Cook just completed an in-depth interview on "The Charlie Rose Show" that airs Friday night and again on Monday on PBS. In the interview Cook elaborates on Apple founder Steve Jobs' continued relevance to the company. Steve "is in my heart," said Cook. "His spirit will always be at the foundation of the company." Cook said he thinks about Jobs every day.
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