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10

Nov

 Steve Jobs’ childhood Los Altos home designated as historic siteYet another unassuming home in the Silicon Valley burg of Los Altos, Calif. gets historic designation thanks to world-changing, non-automative activities that went on in its garage.

Steve Jobs’ childhood Los Altos home designated as historic site
Yet another unassuming home in the Silicon Valley burg of Los Altos, Calif. gets historic designation thanks to world-changing, non-automative activities that went on in its garage.

24

Sep

Steve Jobs’ time capsule uncovered 13 years later than plannedThe team used the original survey and some math to figure out the capsule’s location after some landscape changes.

Steve Jobs’ time capsule uncovered 13 years later than planned
The team used the original survey and some math to figure out the capsule’s location after some landscape changes.

19

Aug

Steve Jobs: Genius or just obsessive-compulsive?Like Thomas Jefferson and Charles Lindbergh before him, Apple’s co-founder may have always thought his way was the only way to do something.

Steve Jobs: Genius or just obsessive-compulsive?
Like Thomas Jefferson and Charles Lindbergh before him, Apple’s co-founder may have always thought his way was the only way to do something.

28

Jan


 Steve Jobs’ fruitarian diet sent Ashton Kutcher to the hospital  



Actor’s efforts to mimic the eating habits of the late Apple CEO led to a dangerous situation with his pancreas.
Actor’s efforts to mimic the eating habits of the late Apple CEO led to a dangerous situation with his pancreas.

16

Dec

Top tech stories of 2011Protests fueled by social media, the death of Steve Jobs and tech firms going public all dominated the headlines this year.

Top tech stories of 2011
Protests fueled by social media, the death of Steve Jobs and tech firms going public all dominated the headlines this year.

15

Dec

Apple visionary Steve Jobs named most fascinating person of 2011In a program first, a deceased celebrity tops Barbara Walters’ annual list.

Apple visionary Steve Jobs named most fascinating person of 2011
In a program first, a deceased celebrity tops Barbara Walters’ annual list.

24

Oct

Steve Jobs’ abrasive style drove some people away, biographer saysThe inspiring genius is known for his hard edges that have often times alienated colleagues and investors with his my-way-or-the-highway dictums.
Walter Isaacson’s biography ‘Steve Jobs,’ which hits bookstores on Monday, reveals that Jobs refused potentially life-saving cancer surgery for nine months, was bullied in school, tried various quirky diets as a teenager, and exhibited early strange behavior such as staring at others without blinking.

Steve Jobs’ abrasive style drove some people away, biographer says
The inspiring genius is known for his hard edges that have often times alienated colleagues and investors with his my-way-or-the-highway dictums.

Walter Isaacson’s biography ‘Steve Jobs,’ which hits bookstores on Monday, reveals that Jobs refused potentially life-saving cancer surgery for nine months, was bullied in school, tried various quirky diets as a teenager, and exhibited early strange behavior such as staring at others without blinking.

17

Oct

Silicon Valley, celebs pay tribute to Steve JobsMaria Shriver, Bono and Bill Clinton attend memorial for the Apple co-founder.

Silicon Valley, celebs pay tribute to Steve Jobs
Maria Shriver, Bono and Bill Clinton attend memorial for the Apple co-founder.

11

Oct

A Rolling Stone remembers Steve JobsChuck Leavell, the keyboardist for the Rolling Stones and the co-founder of the Mother Nature Network, remembers the time Steve Jobs gave Mick Jagger an iTunes tutorial.

A Rolling Stone remembers Steve Jobs
Chuck Leavell, the keyboardist for the Rolling Stones and the co-founder of the Mother Nature Network, remembers the time Steve Jobs gave Mick Jagger an iTunes tutorial.

08

Oct

Flowers, letters and gadgets placed at Apple store ‘shrines’Fans flocked to Apple stores across the U.S. erecting makeshift shrines to Steve Jobs to thank him for inventing the gadgets that revolutionized their lives.

Flowers, letters and gadgets placed at Apple store ‘shrines’
Fans flocked to Apple stores across the U.S. erecting makeshift shrines to Steve Jobs to thank him for inventing the gadgets that revolutionized their lives.