Steve Jobs


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Steve Jobs

An American inventor and businessman. In 1976, he co-founded Apple, which was one of the first companies to market the personal computer successfully. In the 1980s, he also founded NeXT, whose products facilitated business communication between computers. He became CEO of Apple again in 1997. Jobs lived from 1955 to 2011.
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The anniversary comes after Apple opened up the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, Calif.
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Speaking on Good Morning Britain, she told Ross King: "I couldn't figure out something on my computer and nobody could figure it out, no IT guy, so I said, 'Can you get Steve Jobs on the phone?
This is an idea that great thinkers and creators like Steve Jobs embraced.
In a statement, Banksy said: "We're often led to believe migration is a drain on the country's resources, but Steve Jobs was the son of a Syrian migrant.
The man in the machine (2015) es una de las tres peliculas realizadas tras la muerte de Jobs que buscan explorar sus dualidades y contradicciones, al lado de Jobs (2013), de Joshua Michael Stern y Steve Jobs (2015), de Danny Boyle.
To delve into why more black entrepreneurs aren't making hardware, who better to ask than the group from which the next black Steve Jobs may hail: the National Society of Black Engineers?
Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs Bitter defeat turns into sweet personal triumph in the final act as Steve returns to the Apple fold, ousts Sculley from his perch and prepares to dazzle the world with the iMac.
Steve Jobs is an audacious and detailed character study in three acts that paints its subject as an egomaniac, an inspired visionary and a neglectful father with the same meticulous brushstrokes.
unfolds a pace Steve Jobs is another artistic triumph for Boyle, who stormed the Academy Awards in 2008 with Slumdog Millionaire.
A beautifully performed and expertly scripted film (by West Wing writer Aaron Sorkin), Steve Jobs delves into the psyche of Apple's late visionary.
NEW YORK - It takes more than a big box-office to win an Oscar, but dreary audience numbers for the new movie about late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has awards watchers wondering if it can effectively compete for the entertainment industry's highest honors.