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According to local San Francisco website Hoodline, Apple is confirmed as the reason behind all the mysterious logistics happening at the city’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, the same venue at which Steves Jobs and Wozniak introduced the world to the Apple II. The event, said by sources to take place on September 9, could announce […]

We’ve had a new Steve Jobs biography and documentary already this year, with a movie biopic based on the Walter Isaacson book just around the corner. If you thought Jobs’ life hadn’t been explored enough by biographers, however, think again!… Read more ›

We’ve had a new Steve Jobs biography and documentary already this year, with a movie biopic based on the Walter Isaacson book just around the corner. If you thought Jobs’ life hadn’t been explored enough by biographers, however, think again!… Read more ›

From the Vulcan salute by an astronaut aboard the International Space Station to the pancake artist who created a batter likeness of Mr. Spock, the tributes to the late Leonard Nimoy have been touching and creative. Canadians have gone as… Read more ›

Bill Gates is once again the world’s richest person

Bill Gates may never have creatively made the same impact on computing that Steve Jobs did, but we doubt he’s too upset about it, since according to Forbes‘ newly-published annual ranking of global billionaires, the former Microsoft mastermind-turned-philanthropist is once… Read more ›

If you’re a long time Mac fan like I am, you probably remember a time in the 90’s when you would have paid anything to watch then Microsoft CEO eat shit and die. Of course, since leaving Microsoft, Bill Gates… Read more ›

The role of Steve Jobs’ eldest daughter Lisa Jobs in the upcoming Universal movie biopic was previously described by screenwriter Aaron Sorkin as the story’s “heroine.” Given some of the A-list names that have been associated with the project, it’s… Read more ›

The role of Steve Jobs’ eldest daughter Lisa Jobs in the upcoming Universal movie biopic was previously described by screenwriter Aaron Sorkin as the story’s “heroine.” Given some of the A-list names that have been associated with the project, it’s… Read more ›

In a delightful little video from Microsoft founder Bill Gates, the tech billionaire and philanthropist talks about the favorite books he’s read this year. It’s an eclectic collection: Thomas Piketty’s volume on income inequality, Capital in the Twenty-First Century shares… Read more ›

An anti-discrimination bill designed to protect LGBT employees is set to be named after Tim Cook, according to a new report from Reuters. The bill was put forward by Alabama’s only openly gay lawmaker, Democratic state Representative Patricia Todd. Given… Read more ›