Steve Jobs called Android founder Andy Rubin “Big Arrogant F***”

Steve Jobs called Android founder Andy Rubin “Big Arrogant F***”

We knew from Steve Jobs’ biography that he didn’t like Android much, and that he wanted to “destroy Android, because it’s a stolen product.” According to a new book called Dogfight, Jobs didn’t like former Android head Andy Rubin much either, calling him a “big arrogant f**k.”

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Steve Jobs Inducted Into Bay Area Business Hall of Fame, Eddy Cue accepts award with emotional speech

Steve Jobs Inducted Into Bay Area Business Hall of Fame, Eddy Cue accepts award with emotional speech

Steve Jobs was posthumously inducted into the Bay Area Business Hall of Fame last Thursday by the Bay Area Council for being a great business leader, and making significant contributions in the field of technology.

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Tim Cook sends an email to employees on the eve of Steve Jobs’ second death anniversary

Tim Cook sends an email to employees on the eve of Steve Jobs’ second death anniversary

On the eve of the second anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death, Tim Cook has sent an email to employees.

Here’s the full text of the email, which was posted by 9to5Mac.

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Steve Jobs’ childhood home may become historical landmark

Steve Jobs’ childhood home may become historical landmark

The house where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak built the first Apple computer may become a historical landmark. According to CNN, the Los Altos historical Commission will evaluate the property for its historical value and will decide it deserves to be preserved.

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How Steve Jobs convinced AT&T to give Apple $10 a month for each iPhone

How Steve Jobs convinced AT&T to give Apple $10 a month for each iPhone

Steve Jobs’ ability to convince and negotiate with others is almost unparalleled in the tech industry, and a recent anecdote about how Apple’s then-CEO got AT&T to agree to a revenue share deal just is another example of Jobs’ skills as an excellent negotiator.

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Woz isn’t too impressed with Ashton Kutcher’s “Jobs” movie

Woz isn’t too impressed with Ashton Kutcher’s “Jobs” movie

The much delayed Jobs movie, starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, has finally been released in U.S. theatres to average reviews, with most critics disappointed by the movie’s superficial look at Jobs’ “complex” life.

Steve Woz, Apple’s co-founder, isn’t a huge fan of the movie either, saying that a number of people in the movie were portrayed wrongly, possibly due to Kutcher’s own impressions about Jobs’ personality.

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Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO and close friend of Steve Jobs suggests Apple is doomed without Jobs

Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO and close friend of Steve Jobs suggests Apple is doomed without Jobs

Larry Ellison, co-founder and CEO of Oracle, and close friend of Steve Jobs in an interview for “CBS This Morning” told Charlie Rose that Apple without Steve Jobs will be similar to what happened when he was forced out of the company in the 80s, suggesting that the company is doomed without him.

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New ‘American Legend’ Trailer for JOBS movie released

New ‘American Legend’ Trailer for JOBS movie released

JOBS, the movie starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, is scheduled to hit the theatres next Friday, August 16.

Ahead of the release, a new trailer calling Steve Jobs’ an ‘American Legend’ has just been released.

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Ashton Kutcher talks about taking up the role of Steve Jobs in the Jobs movie

Ashton Kutcher talks about taking up the role of Steve Jobs in the Jobs movie

Jobs, the movie starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, is scheduled to hit theatres next month, and ahead of the release Ashton Kutcher spoke about taking up Jobs’ role, and missing an opportunity to meet him a few months before his death.

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Here’s the official ‘Jobs’ movie poster

Here’s the official ‘Jobs’ movie poster

Jobs, the movie starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs is set to hit the theaters on August 16.

In June, a two-minute long trailer was released comprising of scenes from different stages of Jobs’ life.

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