According to a San Jose Mercury News report on Friday, an iPad stolen from the late Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs’ Palo Alto home has recently been found in the hands of a professional clown named Kenneth Kahn, who performs as Kenny the Clown.
Stating that he was not at all aware that the 64GB iPad, on which he played music, had been stolen from Jobs’ home, Kahn said that one of his friends - who owed him money for a holiday which they had planned to take to Hawaii – had given him the Apple tablet in question.
According to an internal Apple email, which was revealed during the landmark Apple-Samsung patent trial on Friday, Apple's iconic founder and late CEO Steve Jobs was apparently "very receptive" to the 7-inch iPad proposition in private, even though he publicly dismissed the smaller-than-iPad tablets.
On Wednesday, during the course of a hearing in the Apple/Samsung patent-infringement lawsuit in a California federal court, US District Judge Lucy Koh said that the supposedly disparaging statements made by Apple's late CEO Steve Jobs were not relevant for the upcoming trial.
Judge Koh granted Apple the request for barring the disapproving statements made by Steve Jobs about Google's Android operating system from the forthcoming patent trial - scheduled to commence on July 30 - against Samsung Electronics.
During the course of a candid Question & Answer session with Gizmodo on Tuesday, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak - who founded Apple, along with its legendary CEO Steve Jobs, in a garage way back in 1976 - revealed that he was once a Tetris champion.
Wozniak told Gizmodo that when he ended his stint as a full-time Apple executive in 1987 - while technically continuing to remain an employee of the company till now, and drawing an attractive salary package -, he started keeping himself busy by playing Tetris.
At its tenth annual `D: All Things Digital Conference' (D10), All Things Digital released the biggest-thus-far trove of video of Apple's legendary founder Steve Jobs --- with the collection comprising all of Jobs' appearances at the annual D conferences from 2003 to 2010.
Released as free video and audio podcasts on iTunes, the collection - titled "Steve Jobs at the D: All Things Digital Conference" - shows Jobs involved in onstage conversations, giving candid answers to unscripted questions and voicing his opinions about developments in the technology and business arena.
A 191-page file has been recently released by the government in response to Freedom of Information Act request, and it contains documents which provide a rather intriguing glimpse of the Apple's late founder and CEO Steve Jobs.
The documents form part of the background check which the FBI conducted on Jobs way back in the year 1991, when Jobs was being consider for a post in the White House, under the presidency of George H. W. Bush. Incidentally, the documents pertain to the time when Jobs had been sacked from Apple in 1991, and he moved to positions at Pixar and NeXT Computer.
In a tribute to Steve Jobs, the United States Patent Office Museum (USPTO museum) last week unveiled an exhibit which has on display the 300 patents that are associated with the name of the legendary innovator who died on October 5.
Organized at the Madison Building headquarters of the museum situated in Alexandria, Virginia, the tribute - open to the public and free of charge - has been given the name ‘The Patents and Trademarks of Steve Jobs: Art and Technology that Changed the World.’
According to Walter Isaacson's book titled `Steve Jobs' - a biography which is scheduled for release on Monday -, an enraged Jobs had, in January last year, lashed out at the Google Android operating system , which he swore he would "destroy."
Isaacson mentions in his book that Jobs was infuriated when the first Android handset was unveiled by the Taiwanese company HTC in early 2010 because the handset boasted most of the well-liked features of the Apple iPhone.
It seems that it would take its due course of time before industry could actually believe that the founder of Apple has finally bid adieu to the company. Though Tim Cook is not new to the company and certainly not to the former CEO Steve Jobs, it might take a bit long to many to finally accept the fact that Steve Jobs won’t be seen now as often as used to.
If the last ten years are seen, Steve’s conviction to create something big is quite apparent even now. It was claimed in 2003 that Apple had managed to sell a million a million in the US.
The fans or people who desire to have Steve Jobs' authorized biography before the year 2012, soon in the month of august there will launch with illustrations to boot.
Today in the morning hours Publisher Bluewater Productions has made the announcement that Steve Jobs who is the co-founder of Apple" will publish his books in two months.
The upcoming comic book biography will give readers an exceptional insight into Apple CEO's life history. The books will describe about his work how he crossed every problem and reached in such a position.
Steve Jobs, who was on leave for medical purpose, has interrupted his leave to show off Apple Inc.'s latest innovations. He is suffering from cancer and he hopes that he will return to invent more ways for restructuring the technology. After the end of Jobs' presentation the highlight of the latest innovations were known. The entire event was of nearly of two hours but he gave his speech for less than 30 minutes and later his subordinates carried on.
It has been confirmed by Apple that their CEO, the cancer affected Steve Jobs is going to attend the annual developers’ conference that is scheduled to take place next week. During the event, discussions on the company's desktops and mobile operating systems including Mac OS X and iOS 5, are going to take place. It is also expected that the widely anticipated cloud computing service of the company, Cloud would also be talked about.
A letter has been sent from the House committee to the key mobile industry players asking them to reveal the information related to their tracking services. The list has big names like Apple and Google Inc. in it as well.
It was a House committee which has asked six of the players to give the necessary details and have been asked specifically if at all the same service can be used for the purpose of using user information for some other purpose as well.
All the information related to things that iPhone is storing data on a device that lets it go in sync with the device, is less revelatory. It was earlier claimed that this is going to be of great significance. People related to the work like Alex Levinson, a senior engineer at Katana Forensics and who has been dealing with iOS forensics application said that the discovery which was put infront on Wednesday was no discovery at all since it had been known for a very long time.
Apple Inc (AAPL. O) has revealed its succession scheme for ailing chief Steve Jobs but this was turned down by the shareholders. The company has refused to say that how many shareholders had backed this proposal.
The Central Laborers' Pension Fund refused to reveal the details of the vote on a proposal. However, the refusal has created a buzz that a small group of shareholders may have supported it and prompted an affiliated group so as to insist on more disclosure.