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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...

We sometimes often use the Yellow Pages more than once and we usually go through ads all around but how you can imagine that back in 1977 how the ads will put it up and make it for the publication. Today AT&T has shared the pages from 1977 and show up how it all happens. Bell Labs built an early touch-screen system to more easily produce advertisements for inclusion...

Cult of Mac reports that Mac 128k prototype, the one with the 5.25-inch drive has surfaced on eBay for sale. The cost to own this Apple’s history piece will comes at $100,000. Another interesting thing is the seller, the Mac is on the sale by none other than Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak – yes it is correct. Bidding starts at $99,995.00. It will be interesting...

With AllThingsD D10 conference going to take place next month on May 29th, the publication announced that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook making his first speaking appearance at a non-Apple event – kicking off the conference as an opening speaker. He certainly has a lot to discuss even after all, then whether how well the new iPad is doing or the ongoing Foxconn labor condition...

Over the time, since Google+ made its debut, both search and social giant have been found themselves stealing ideas of one another. The latest to add in their fight, Google employee Chris Chabot posted a photo of a Google-branded vending machine, which appears to stock a very similar set of accessories to the machine installed at Facebook’s campus. Here are the...

Russian tennis champion Maria Sharapova from now onwards will serve as Samsung publicity ambassador, the company announced today. According to Bloomberg, the deal between Samsung and Sharapova currently covers only Russia (the tennis player’s home country) and the CSI, but it may go global in 2013. Sharapova will endorse Samsung’s mobile phones, tablets, and TVs...

Apple – The Cupertino-based company that we all know from almost more than three decades, all the time inspired a lot of people around the world, make things not only happening but making them true – showed and still showing the reality of life to all. Spotted by MacMagazine, this awesome stop-motion video was created in 48 hours, 921 shots and an un-numbered of colored pencils, by Filipe Marcelo, Apple’s Brazilian fan. ...