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The indie movie about the late Apple co-founder is slated to begin production in May in preparation for a fourth-quarter 2012 release.
The independent film about the late Apple co-founder is scheduled to begin filming in May. The movie which will be under the working title “Jobs: Get Inspired”. Producer Mark Hulme revealed that the plot will focus on the late Apple co-founder’s life between 1971 and 2000.
Actor Ashton Kutcher has been chosen to play the late Steve Jobs and will also feature actors Steve Wozniak, John Scully, Mike Markkula and Daniel Kottke to in play less-central character.Read the rest of the article »
Ashton Kutcher to play Steve Jobs in an indie movie and will start shooting this May
According to the Variety, Ashton Kutcher is set to portray, Steve Jobs in an indie movie that will be directed by Joshua Michael Stern, who previously directed “Swing Vote”. Matt Whiteley is tapped to write the script.
The movie is set to chronicle Jobs’ life as a “wayward hippie to co-founder of Apple”.
The movie will start shooting this May, during Kutcher’s break from his tv show, “Two and a Half Men”.
Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen, who got fired from the hit cbs series.View Article Source »
Apple continues its late co-founder Steve Jobs' vision and pushes forward with plans to dabble in television technology.
Apple Inc. is apparently pushing forward its late co-founders plans to invade your living room.
Reports say that Apple executives are in talk with media executives and large companies and discussing their plans to dabble in television technology, a vision conceived by its late co-founder Steve Jobs.
While the details for the project are still vague, the only thing certain is that Apple is working on the future of television, an integrated TV that relies on wireless streaming technology.View Article Source »
Barbara Walters, Breaks Her Own Rule, Gives a Posthumous Award to Steve Jobs
Barbara Walters, gives a dead person the honor to be a part of her yearly list of the Most Fascinating People, for the first time in her career. For this year, Steve Jobs has made it to the top and was named the most fascinating person of 2011.Read the rest of the article »
It's the time of the week again to spread the happy virus, as All We Like brings you another set of cool and entertaining viral videos.
It’s that time of the week again, wherein All We Like spreads the happy virus from this week’s viral videos. Start laughing at the videos after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
CEO, Tim Cook, published a memo, detailing a new program whereby Apple will match contributions that employees give to non-profit organizations.
Apple seems to be too generous these days. According from a recently published memo, newly appointed CEO – Tim Cook – announced his plans of creating a new program, in which Apple will match its employees’ charitable contributions up to $10,000 every year.
“I am very happy to announce that we are kicking off a matching gift program for charitable donations,” Cook noted in a memo sent to Apple employees. “We are all really inspired by the generosity of our co-workers who give back to the community and this program is going to help that individual giving go even farther.”
Posted after the leap is Tim Cook’s full memo.Read the rest of the article »
The official biography of Steve Jobs is still set for a November release, and the publication will include details of his recent resignation.
According to PCMag.com, the official biography of former Apple CEO – Steve Jobs – will be updated to feature vital details with regards to his recent resignation. The said changes would not affect the launching date of the publication. “Steve Jobs: A Biography” is still set to be released on November 21, 2011, instead of the previously announced release date of March 23, 2012.
Publisher Simon & Schuster said the highly anticipated tell-all biography, written by acclaimed biographer Walter Isaacson, will include Wednesday night’s announcement from Jobs’ point of view.
Simon & Schuster spokeswoman Tracey Guest told PCMag that Isaacson “speaks to Jobs regularly and is still working on the final chapter of the book.”
The biography, which is originally titled as “iSteve: The Book of Jobs”, is the first official book that highlights most of the events in Jobs’ life. It was written by Walter Isaacson, the former CEO of CNN and Time’s former managing editor. “Steve Jobs: A Biography” includes over 40 interviews conducted with Steve, and additional interviews with his friends and family members. Few personal details were added on the book as well.
All information written on the biography are factual and authorized. In fact, Steve Jobs had contributed his own effort just to make the publication successful.View Article Source »
55-year-old Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, resigned from his position and appointed Tim Cook as the new Apple CEO.
Co-founder and two-time CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, has just stepped down from his position last Wednesday. He provided a resignation letter to the Board of Directors, telling them that he will remain as the Chairman of the Board and would appoint Tim Cook as the new CEO. The board has immediately approved Jobs’ letter and made the resignation effective at once. Though bowing out from his role, Steve Jobs is still expected to contribute on Apple’s future plans.
The newly appointed CEO Tim Cook – former COO of the company – has been with Jobs for many years. He even supported Steve in his fight against pancreatic cancer. “The Board has complete confidence that Tim is the right person to be our next CEO.” Art Levinson affirmed. “Tim’s 13 years of service to Apple have been marked by outstanding performance, and he has demonstrated remarkable talent and sound judgment in everything he does.”Read the rest of the article »
Steve Jobs' official biography will be available on November 21, 2011; instead of the previously announced release date of March 23, 2012.
The release of “Steve Jobs: A Biography”, the official biography of Apple’s co-founder and CEO – Steve Jobs, will be hitting the shelves earlier than expected.
According to sources, the said publication is now set to be released on November 21, 2011. The first goal of its publisher, Simon & Schuster, was to launch the biography in March of 2012, but decided to hand out the books earlier since “the book is now ready.”
Originally titled as “iSteve: The Book of Jobs”, Steve’s biography was written by Walter Isaacson — the former CEO of CNN and Time’s former managing editor. The book includes most of Steve’s interviews. It also highlights the CEO’s vision of connecting creativity with technology, and some personal facts too. Knowing that Jobs has been too secretive about his personal life, he has then decided to reveal his past in order to provide lessons. “I’ve done a lot of things I’m not proud of, such as getting my girlfriend pregnant when I was 23 and the way I handled that,” Steve said. “But I don’t have any skeletons in my closet that can’t be allowed out.”
Steve Jobs: A Biography can be grabbed from Barnes & Noble (e-book) for $14.99, and its hard copy for $20.40.View Article Source »
After Mark Zuckerberg, it’s now Steve Jobs turn to become a comic book hero.
Bluewater Productions, the same company who created the Mark Zuckerberg comic released last April, will put out a 32-page Steve Jobs comic book this coming August. The company promises to offer “a unique insight into the Apple CEO’s legendary drive to the top and his continuing fight to stay there.”
Bluewater president Darren Davis has high praises for the Apple CEO:
“His innovations command front page news, speculation of his health affects the stock market. Not bad for a college dropout. His story, and that of Apple, is epic. I’m surprised it took us this long to publish a proper, balanced biography of him.”
The release of a Steve Jobs comic came after the success of the Mark Zuckerberg comics. It was sold out weeks after its launch and hardcore re-release of the comic will be out before the year ends.View Article Source »
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