Qualcomm today announced a new change up in its business management, ushering in a new CEO to take the place of Dr. Paul E. Jacobs, who has now become the company's Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors. The announcement was made during Qualcomm's Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
Back in September of 2013, we found out that a long lost time capsule that had lots of stuff inside; including Steve Jobs' mouse had been found. The time capsule was buried during the Aspen International Design conference in 1983.
Businessweek has a long profile out today about Steve Ballmer's final months as Microsoft CEO last year . The story gives us a better idea of why Ballmer decided to announce his retirement a few years before anyone expected him to. It all came to a head in one board meeting with Ballmer in June 2013.
The Washington Post recently discovered that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will appear on a commemorative U.S. Postage Stamp in 2015. As for what the stamp may look like, a list from the United States Postal Service's Citizens Stamp Advisory Committee reveals that a final design for the Jobs stamp hasn't yet been approved.
Don’t forget to share your thoughts with us in the comment box below.Apple founder Steve Wozniak has found himself in a bit of a fanboy brouhaha after this week suggesting that Apple should consider make an Android smartphone.
In his first public appearance since leaving Microsoft's CEO role, Steve Ballmer did an interview with the dean of Oxford's school of business. A month gone from the job, he seemed at peace with his decision to leave a company he loves so much that he calls it his "fourth child." He talked about the best — and worst — advice he ever got.
What more can you say about Steve Wozniak? Outspoken, frank, and usually right. This time around, Woz goes after Samsung, and even hints that Apple should stop doing — well, Apple. Though he makes some interesting arguments, his head is still in the clouds a bit.
In a great thread on Quora about people randomly meeting Steve Jobs, Matt Rosen relays a charming story about how a friend of his hung up on the former Apple CEO twice, believing he was simply the target of a prank call.
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