• July 2012
  • July 2012

    More than six months after it was released in select theaters, Robert Cringely’s “lost” Steve Jobs interview is now available in the U.S. iTunes. “Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview” consists of footage originally filmed in 1995 for the PBS series “Triumph of the Nerds.” Only 10 minutes of the interview was actually used in the series, while the rest of it was assumed to be lost. It was later found in the director’s garage and the original tape was cleaned up and restored.

  • June 2012

    Sotheby's has auctioned off a functioning Apple 1 computer, alongside a memo written by Steve Jobs during his time at Atari. The computer sold for double the estimate, reaching $374,500. The memo sold for $27,500, also much higher than expected.

  • June 2012

    Bearded, burly Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak kept it light and breezy in his address to more than 1,100 Santa Clara University graduates steaming in their black robes under high morning heat Saturday. The Silicon Valley icon affectionately known as "Woz," repeated his own life formula in a 10-minute commencement talk at the Jesuit university -- lessons gleaned from an early love of math and engineering and tested out over a lengthy career that includes launching the world's most beloved computer company.

  • June 2012

    Ashton Kutcher gets into character as Steve Jobs at the late Apple mogul’s childhood home on Monday (June 11) in Los Altos, Calif. The 34-year-old actor was joined by his jObs co-stars Josh Gad and Ahna O’Reilly, who play Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Steve‘s ex-girlfriend Chris-Ann Brennan, respectively.

  • June 2012

    34-year-old Ashton Kutcher has been busy dealing with dating rumors, but that doesn’t stop him from staying focused on his new role as Steve Jobs. According to E Online, best friend Danny Masterson has witnessed Ashton’s extreme dedication to his latest acting job.

  • June 2012

    Getting into his newest character, Ashton Kutcher was spotted on the set of “Jobs” in Los Altos, CA on Tuesday (June 12). The 34-year-old actor looked somber on the set as he dressed in apparel reminiscent to that of Steve Jobs in the 70s.

  • June 2012

    Last month fans were left confused when they saw photos of Ashton Kutcher on set as Steve Jobs as it was unsure which decade he was portraying, but yesterday there was no confusion over which year it was on set. Actor Dermot Mulroney was seen wearing a light blue grey suit that would only have been worn in the Seventies. The 48-year-old actor was filming scenes for the upcoming movie entitled Jobs in Northern California.

  • June 2012

    Steve Jobs may have been mum on his philanthropy, but his Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, was anything but at a gathering of fundraisers last week, surprising many in attendance with his first public talk on his giving philosophy. “I would never give a gift that has restrictions,” he said, in an appearance at the AFP TechKnow conference, in Orlando, Fla. “I leave that to people who know more than me.” He told a gathering of technology-oriented fundraisers that he doesn’t often deal face-to-face with nonprofit solicitors. But when he does, he gets involved with their organizations, often in a hands-on way. As a supporter of the arts, he has even performed in ballets and community plays.

  • June 2012

    The Glen Sanders Mansion in Scotia booked a last-minute reservation for a star guest last night: Steve Wozniak, who co-founded Apple along with Steve Jobs. Wozniak was coming from Buffalo, where he was speaking at a business seminar. He canceled a flight to San Francisco, rented a car and made the late-night drive to the Capital Region. The mission: Visit a horse named after him at Peaceful Acres Horses Inc., which rescues those animals from being slaughtered.