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Former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal has been a self-professed "geek" since 1989. He tells us how he got into computers and tech and how he tried to get Steve Jobs to give him an early preview of the iPhone. The following is a transcript of the video. SHAQ: I've been a geek since 1989. I became a geek because a geek ...
Steve Jobs was a master showman. In my opinion, jobs was the best business storyteller of our time. Every product launch was brilliantly performed. Every move, demo, image and slide was in sync and beautifully choreographed. If I sound like I'm describing a Broadway show, you're right. A Steve Jobs ...

As with Page and Bezos, Steve Jobs also believed in keeping the numbers attending a meeting small, containing only those absolutely necessary to be there and with someone taking ownership. But he also hated too much structure and especially disliked the use of PowerPoint. He liked meetings to flow ...
News is just crossing the wire about Dropbox confidentially filing for its IPO, the same company that Steve Jobs once called "a feature, not a product." AirPods. After increasing expectations for the company to go public last year, Bloomberg reports today that Dropbox has quietly filed for an IPO. Those close ...
Former Apple designer Tony Fadell, heralded by many as the "father of the iPod," says he believes the late Steve Jobs would be pleased to see his technology everywhere if he were alive, but would still look upon society's growing tech addiction as a problem. "He'd say, 'Hey, we need to do something ...
baby boomers and their successors may think they're the first to be obsessed with precocious achievement, priming their children for the fast track even in utero. They're not. American fascination with early off-the-charts mastery -- its promise and its perils -- goes back at least a century. Shirley Temple's ...

Former Apple designer Tony Fadell, heralded by many as the "father of the iPod," believes late-CEO Steve Jobs would be pleased to see his technology everywhere if he were alive, but would still look upon society's growing tech addiction as a problem. "He'd say, 'Hey, we need to do something about it.
Lisa OS: Steve Jobs' rare failed project to be released for free as open source. Lisa was one of the first personal computers to come equipped with a graphical user interface and a support for mouse. tech Updated: Jan 08, 2018 11:16 IST. Indo Asian News Service. Apple's legendary Lisa OS to be released for free ...
There are countless examples of Steve Jobs's dismissive, arrogant and condescending behavior, due in part to his attitude of not caring what other people thought. He would ask flabbergasting personal questions in interviews to intentionally put prospective employees under stress; he would fire people ...
And how many designers can say that, as a young upstart, they were featured in the New York Times Magazine or that they've been commissioned by both Steve Jobs and Bill Gates? "None!" Bohlin says with boyish disbelief. Square headquarters in San Francisco, 2015. Photography by Matthew Millman.
It was October 9th, 1984, and Steve Jobs was going to a nine-year-old's birthday party. He'd been invited just a few hours earlier by journalist David Scheff, who was wrapping up a profile of the Apple Computer wunderkind for Playboy. jobs was far from the highest-profile guest, however. Walter Cronkite ...
Steve Jobs' product launches were never quite like this. Justin Timberlake dons a black turtleneck to play a jobs-like inventor in his music video for his new song "Filthy." But this Jobs/Timberlake character isn't pushing a new computer or phone. Instead he's bringing out a humanoid robot that can strut and ...
As The Verge reports, it started back in 2012 when Italian brothers Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato realized Apple hadn't trademarked the name Steve Jobs, so they did instead. It became their company name with the logo based on the Apple logo by adding a bite mark to the "J" in Steve Jobs. clothing and ...
After years of legal battles, a pair of brothers -- Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato -- have successfully managed to win a legal battle against Apple, earning the right to call their company "Steve Jobs," after Apple's iconic founder, according to la Repubblica Napoli. The fight began back in 2012, when the two ...
silicon Valley venture capitalist, author and speaker Guy Kawasaki launched his tech career at Apple as the company's "software evangelist." He helped market the original Macintosh computer and grow the company's cult-like following. During his time at Apple in the mid 1980s again in the early 1990s, ...
silicon Valley venture capitalist, author and speaker Guy Kawasaki launched his tech career at Apple as the company's "software evangelist." He helped market the original Macintosh computer and grow the company's cult-like following. During his time at Apple in the mid 1980s again in the early 1990s, ...
00:01:44 So first to Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, of course, who was 26 years old when he was inducted into the Academy of Achievement. It was 1982. At the Academy's annual Summit, jobs gave a couple of short, extemporaneous talks to a roomful of promising young high school students.

Much has been made of Steve Jobs and Apple's capacity for hiring the right people -- certainly in 21st century when it has become an electronics industry behemoth, but in particular in the 80s when it was the scrappy upstart upsetting IBM's ginormous market share. What was jobs looking for in those early ...
Genius and unconventional often go hand in hand - especially in the case of Steve Jobs. Even from the early days of Apple, jobs knew that he wanted to create something special, but he did not yet know who could help him turn his vision into reality. Now, a video from the 80s has resurfaced in which a ...
Asked whether Tesla CEO Elon Musk is similar to jobs, the Apple co-founder replied: "Having been close to Steve Jobs, and not that close to Elon Musk, I'd say Steve Jobs is more like (President) Trump." I fear I hear gasps of horror. Was Woz suggesting that he was the Mike Pence of his day? Woz ...
Andy Cunningham: People like Steve Jobs are what I call a cult of personality and there are several of them out there. Richard Branson is one. Elon Musk is one. So they exist out there and they usually try, if they're entrepreneurs, they build companies that are trying to do the next big thing or trying to make ...
In 1997, developers asked Steve Jobs about his decision to end production on an Apple product -- and his response demonstrates the importance of focus. He said that Apple was veering in too many directions, and that everyone was losing focus by agreeing to every idea. The ability to say no is incredibly ...
Everyone has that Apple fanatic on their holiday gift list -- but what to buy for the Apple fan who already has everything? I wish I could say the answer was this one-foot tall Steve Jobs figurine from dam toys, which comes with 10 different accessories and three pairs of interchangeable hands. Yes, three ...
Andy Cunningham is Steve Jobs' former publicist and the author of "Get to Aha: Discover Your Positioning DNA and Dominate Your Competition." Here, she discusses Steve Jobs' "reality distortion field" and how he employed it to enhance Apple. Following is a transcript of the video. Andy Cunningham: So ...
No longer is using a Mac like giving a glass of water to someone in hell. Steve Jobs is dead and the Apple "dna" of "We don't ship junk," is dead ...
Then there's Steve Jobs. Much like Einstein, who would pull out his violin to play Mozart when he was stymied in pursuit of theories (he said it ...
that Steve Jobs came to her and said, 'Find out who designed the Connection Machine, I want them to design my NeXT computer,'" Thiel ...
Elon Musk wouldn't be seen dead in a Steve Jobs turtleneck ... Then there was Steve Jobs's black turtlenecks, about which Musk has very ...
In a recent interview with CNN's Poppy Harlow, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff discussed his relationship with late Apple founder Steve Jobs and ...
Andy Cunningham: I think Steve Jobs fired me about 5 times. I'm Andy Cunningham and I run a marketing consulting company called ...
Steve Jobs is an entrepreneurial legend. He famously started Apple in a garage with co-founder Steve Wozniak in 1976 after dropping out of ...
In the public's imagination, Steve Jobs is forever linked to the image of the ultimate technology tyro, a mercurial creative business genius.
At 12 years old, Steve Jobs called Bill Hewlett of HP to ask for spare parts -- and he was given a job. jobs had said that picking up the phone to ...
silicon Valley venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki launched his tech career at Apple as the company's "chief evangelist," marketing the original ...
Most kids who grew up in the 1990s would have experienced the Nokia 3310 as their first mobile phone; and some might have also had a ...
Steve Jobs, for one, seems to have nailed the art. In a recently recirculating 1997-era video of him speaking at Apple's Worldwide Developers ...
From Snapchat's dancing hot dog to Steve Jobs' turtleneck and New Balances, here's your guide to 15 tech-inspired Halloween costumes.
His knowledge of technology and how to utilise it has practically infiltrated every moment of our waking lives. Everything from the iPhone, the ...
Interviews with Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and other tech elites consistently reveal that silicon Valley parents are strict about technology use.
The traditional Chinese approach to education is outdated. Domineering teachers discourage open questioning. An emphasis on standardized ...
Steve Jobs is widely regarded as one of silicon Valley's ultimate visionaries, best known for co-founding Apple and orchestrating its resurgence ...
President Bill Clinton and Apple cofounder Steve Jobs were buddies before jobs died of cancer in 2011. Jobs even gave Clinton advice in the ...
"Everything around you that you call life was made up by people that were no smarter than you and you can change it, you can influence it, you ...
This friend presumably works at Apple, considering the fact that he or she had access to Steve Jobs Theater long before last month's event ...
Legendary Apple founder Steve Jobs almost never gave out autographs, but Diane Williams was lucky enough to get one -- and Newsweek ...
Steve Jobs tells a similar story. VisiCalc was "what propelled the Apple II to the success it achieved," the visionary co-founder of Apple said in ...
This Classic Quote From Steve Jobs About Hiring Employees Describes What Great Leadership Looks Like. Every boss in a hiring role should ...
If you are viewing this on The Irish Times app, you can play here. Read More. Loving Vincent: Wonderful, corny, weird and a little cheesy ...
Jony Ive, the chief design officer at Apple, is the man Apple CEO Steve Jobs once called his "spiritual partner at Apple," and on Friday, ...
The Woz on Pittsburgh, Steve Jobs, and why you shouldn't worry about ... his thoughts on Steve Jobs, and why he's not worried about robots ...


 

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