Steve Jobs unveiled the first Macintosh precisely 36 years ago, today. It was probably the most innovative desktop computer, offering a graphical user interface and a revolutionary mouse.
Apple might not use the AppStore.com domain for the iOS App Store but how it got access to it surely makes for a fascinating story. The domain was actually gifted by Marc Benioff, co-founder and co-CEO of Salesforce, to Steve Jobs.
Steve Jobs was not exactly known as a people person, yet he managed to sell his ideas so well to the world. “Steve Jobs” biographer was on Squawk Now this week and detailed his experience interviewing Steve Jobs for the biography. He went on to reveal that Jobs was open in criticizing Tim Cook and described him as “Not a Product Person.”
Well, that was quick. Just one day after we saw a brand new, colorful stage in the middle of the Apple Park campus, we now know why it’s there. And, surprise, surprise, it’s for an upcoming event.
Holding onto piece of memorabilia can be a lucrative effort, especially for those who aren’t afraid to spend some money to capture noteworthy moments in history.
When Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, gets in front of a camera it feels like a safe bet that, at some point, Apple’s other co-founder, the late Steve Jobs, is going to be a topic of discussion.
It has been ten years since Apple launched the App Store. Since then, the digital storefront has exploded in popularity and usefulness.
Alan Kay, one of the key members at Xerox Corporation’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), to develop prototypes of networked workstations using the programming language Smalltalk, provides a nice walk down memory lane.
Signed items tend to go for a large chunk of money, depending on the person who signed it. When it comes to Steve Jobs-related materials, numbers tend to skyrocket.