You Are Browsing ‘Best Of’ Category

If we see on daily basis we go through number of advertisements – but – what they actually are – are they a big part of story – or does they appealing in front of end users and telling a story or what actually it is – not much strange question but alias as things happen, advertisements too are nothing but except the part of our life – a way of communication...

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook yesterday interview does dazzled many as it was his first appearance at AllThingsD D10 conference. But, now what further interesting the publication brings up is that six of Steve Jobs appearance now available free of cost and can be downloaded via iTunes, and it is in both audio as well as video form. ...

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook today at the D10 conference, while on asking how is Apple different with Cook as CEO. He replied by saying that he learned a lot from Steve Jobs. The main “point” Cook stated that he learned to stay “Focus” from Jobs. “You can only do so many things great and you should cast aside everything else.” Cook also made a reference to...

Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs before founding the today’s tech giant worked briefly at Atari, helping the gaming company to improve its design. CNET reports that Sotheby‘s is auctioning a handwritten memo which was penned in 1974 by Jobs who was then-19-year-old. The memo describes changes Atari could make to its World Cup Soccer arcade game to add...

Apple’s senior VP of Industrial Design Sir Jonathan Ive, the British designer responsible for Apple’s iMac, iPod, iPhone and iPad has been knighted at Buckingham Palace. Sir Jonathan told the Daily Telegraph he was “the product of a very British design education”. He said that, “even in high school, I was keenly aware of this remarkable tradition...

We reported last week that MIT’s Technology Review had gotten news of a new company called Planetary Resources will announce its existence at the Charles Simonyi Space Gallery at The Museum of Flight in Seattle. The company is backed by Google cofounders Larry Page and Eric Schmidt, filmmaker James Cameron, former Microsoftie (and space philanthropist) Charles...

Reporter Brent Schlender published an article in Fast Company magazine about the lost part of Apple’s late Steve Jobs life. The article is based on taped interviews that Schlender had recorded with Jobs over the past 25 years. Schlender refers to this time period as “The Wilderness Years.” “This middle period was the most pivotal of his life. And perhaps the happiest,” Schlender writes. “He finally settled down, married, and had a family. He learned the value of patience and the ability to feign it when...

Last week, tiff and tuff rounded up with the news abuzz that the legendary designer Philippe Starck was allegedly working with Apple on a “revolutionary” project, but the company later denied of any collaboration. Now, Starck’s press team has issued a similar statement, saying that Starck is working on a “private project” for the family of late...

Thirty five years ago, on April 16th and 17th of 1977 – the West Coast Computer Faire in San Francisco, a place which is better known as the event where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak first demonstrated the legendary Apple II. In order to mark the anniversary, Time has posted a tribute piece remembering the Apple II and going into detail of its hardware, marketing...

AFP reports that legendary designer Philippe Starck has said that he’s working with Apple on a “revolutionary” project that’ll be unveiled later this year but it was later confirmed that the Cupertino-based giant denies collaboration. At initial stage, no details were provided, but it’s a biggest claim. Starck says that he used to visit...