This is Steve. 95% of his vision is gone. He's blind. And he's behind the wheel of this car, travelling perfectly across his neighborhood. It's an amazing feat. A technological miracle.
Despite the stigma, there are many people still using AOL email. Some are stuck in a technology timewarp; but not everyone is that backwards. Some notable and presumably intelligent celebrities are reportedly still using their AOL email addresses.
Steve Jobs' death is heartbreaking, but might be the perfect point to take a second and look at the good, bad and as he might have put it, "insanely great" parts of a history-changing life.
This seems crazy but Steve Jobs supposedly stood before the Cupertino City Council on Tuesday and asked for permission to build a totally round building for Apple's 12,000 employees. It will be built on land Apple purchased from HP. "It's a little like a spaceship," he says while describing it. [Techcrunch]And…
In this edition of the Joy of Tech, everyone's an innovator and an unusually snarky Bill Gates gets the final word. Start your photocopiers, indeed! [Joy of Tech]
Responding to a Swiss fan who emailed accusing Jobs of "deliberately pulling the wool over the rest of the worlds eyes" about the international iPad delay, Jobs used some fruity language in reply.
Want to know what's next from Apple? Looking for some advice from the man himself? Want to know what he really thinks of Eric Schmidt? Look no further: Now you can Ask El Jobso.
Ritual Steve Ballmer humiliation isn't just for blogs anymore! Nope, now even Microsoft's corporate class—in this case Microsoft Developer Division VP Scott Guthrie—is in on the joke. Way in.
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Sometime after 1997 when Jobs returned to Apple, he gave this motivational speech defining Apple and their "core beliefs". While wearing shorts. While we can't promise he'll be sporting bare legs this Wednesday, this minute-long clip is powerful stuff.
That's a resounding no from Comcast chief operating officer Steve Burke, who unfortunately isn't able to make this call, at all. But at least he means well!
Apple brought Steve Jobs back to the company in December 1996. Since then, he's been building a massive pile of cash, rolling out new product after new product.
Back in 1974, astronaut Steve Austin, gravely injured in a crash, was given a new arm, two new legs and one new eye in the iconic show The Six Million Dollar Man. But what would such cyborg reconstruction cost today?
MAN DOWN! There's no conclusive data to go along with this photo of Woz leaving a hospital with a leg brace. But let me offer some theories. UPDATED WITH DATA
The new 17" MacBook Pro with a unibody construction and an integrated battery feels thinner than the previous version and really looks beautiful. Check out our gallery to see for yourself.