Just because it says Steve Jobs in the header, doesn’t mean it’s the real Steve Jobs. That’s the lesson that tech site The Boy Genius Report learned yesterday after publish an alleged email exchange between a “Tom” and Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
Nemmeno la morte può fermare le invettive di Richard Stallman: il decisamente poco pacato leader della Free Software Foundation non si è risparmiato, nonostante il lutto, commentando in maniera decisamente caustica e molto poco politicamente corretta sul suo sito il decesso dell’ex CEO di Apple:
Nessuno merita di morire – né Jobs, né Mr.
In the first interview since her husband’s death, Laurene Powell Jobs dedicated her sizable platform to advancing immigration reform, while remaining notably tight-lipped about the private life of the late Steve Jobs.
Apple just got a huge win that will result in continued problems for Samsung and Google. The “Steve Jobs patent” (U.S. Patent No. 7,479,949) was reaffirmed by the U.S Patent & Trade Office (USPTO). The patent has been referred to as the “Steve Jobs patent” because Jobs was named as one of the inventors when Apple applied for it in 2008.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you already know that Apple and Samsung, the largest electronics corporations in the world, are waging a legal war in several countries with complaints towards each other for patent violations as they battle for domination in the market for mobile devices.
Before Steve Jobs died last year, he made a few statements to his biographer about Apple’s
In response to Valve’s intent to release Linux games via Steam, Richard Stallman posted Nonfree DRM’d Games on GNU/Linux: Good or Bad?. Stallman predicts that “the direct good effect will be bigger than the direct harm” but that it will “augment [the] effect of … teach[ing] users that the point is not freedom.”