Joshua Michael Stern's Steve Jobs biopic is a bit of a turkey, but anyone trying to pin the blame on Ashton Kutcher should take a closer look at the script, writes Luke Buckmaster.
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Old FBI documents about Steve Jobs, recently posted online, dredge up juicy details of the Apple co-founder's life -- including pointed observations of his personality and ethics and his use of psychedelic drugs, writes Dan Lyons.
A heartfelt and personal eulogy written and read by novelist Mona Simpson at the memorial service for her big brother -- and Apple founder -- Steve Jobs. It covers Jobs life as a father and his final words said just hours before he died.
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A new Steve Jobs biography may not contain any huge revelations, but it paints the late tech guru as a genius on one hand and a tough, spiteful industry heavyweight on the other, writes Dan Lyons.
In the final months of his life, Steve Jobs spent his time at Apple helping to design the new iPhone 5 -- not the iPhone 4S that was released just last week. Jobs' last project is expected to be a "complete redesign".
Perhaps the loss of Jobs also hammers home another loss of jobs, as the much-vaunted "creative class" that overwhelmingly uses Apple products -- and defines itself at least partly by this use -- is turning out to be increasingly illusory and economically unsustainable for its workers.
Rudd got up to three-quarters of Gillard’s coverage in a week that was meant to be all about the carbon price.
Stephen Fry got his hands an iPhone 4S eight hours before Steve Jobs died. The actor/writer/comedian/author-cum-gadget man felt inspired to pen an in depth review for The Guardian.