Steve Jobs was never one to mince words, which makes recently released emails from the former Apple CEO not all that surprising. In documents that have come to light as part of Apple and Samsung's second California trial, the Wall Street Journal highlights a October 2010 email from Jobs, in anticipation of Apple's Top 100 retreat, where he categorized Apple's battle with Google as a "Holy War.
In October 2011, while many people around the world mourned the death of Steven P. Jobs, Apple’s co-founder, Samsung executives saw the perfect opportunity to attack the iPhone.Samsung’s deliberations about targeting Apple surfaced in an email exchange that Apple lawyers presented as evidence at the patent trial between the two companies, which opened two weeks ago.
Former Wall Street Journal reporter Yukari Iwatani Kane caused quite a stir in the Apple blogging world with her book, " Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs ." It paints a picture of a company settling into a kind of ideological stasis since the death of its revolutionary leader. Anything that even slightly hints at Apple fading from glory gets certain people annoyed.
The technologies that fly under the banner of “big data” may be new, but the business strategies have a familiar look.A prime example is the announcement on Wednesday from Pivotal, the big data and cloud computing company, a joint venture of EMC and VMware, in which General Electric has a stake.
Earlier this week, PandoDaily released a treasure trove of information pertaining to the anti-poaching agreements many top Silicon Valley tech firms entered into a few years back, including an email showing showing that Steve Jobs angrily called Google co-founder Sergey Brin over Google's attempt to hire an engineer from Apple's
In October 2010, Steve Jobs sent an email to Phil Schiller with the subject line "Top 100 - A." Its contents: an itinerary for a top secret meeting – called the Top 100 – to be held early the next year, in 2011. The Top 100 is a big deal at Apple.
In an email Jobs sent ahead of the Top 100 meeting the company holds every year — where executives, managers and employees gather to watch presentations about Apple's business and where new products were often revealed — there's mention of something called the "Apple TV 2." A bullet point underneath asks, "Where do we go from here? ...
iCloud — though it's had problems — has been good for syncing Apple devices.This email is coming out because Samsung wants to convince the court that Apple is attacking Google, not Samsung, and therefore Samsung shouldn't be held responsible for possible software patent violations.In 2010, Steve Jobs emailed the top 100 people at Apple with an outline for his 2011 agenda.
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