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30 Years Later: Steve Jobs’ Time Capsule Found In Colorado

At the Aspen International Design Conference in 1983, Apple founder Steve Jobs spoke about future technologies that hadn’t yet been developed. Below you can find the audio from that conference. During his speech, which he was paid $60 for, he did a demonstration with Apple’s ‘Lisa’ personal computer, the first computer to feature a Graphical [...]

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Roundup: Our Most Popular Blog Posts This Week

Over the past week our most popular blog posts have been Tweeted, posted on Facebook and LinkedIn along with being pinned on Pinterest. Get on the ZAGG bus and follow us to learn about the latest tech news, gadgets, apps, accessories and even our giveaways.  Here’s a rounded up list of the latest and greatest [...]

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This To-Scale Model of Apple’s New Spaceship HQ Is Amazing

In his last public appearance before his death, Steve Jobs proposed plans for Apple’s monstrous new headquarters in Cupertino to the City Council. In it, he described what we’ve all come to know as the Spaceship: a circular building with above-ground levels, enormous parking garages both above and under ground, and an on-site theater. The [...]

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Everyone’s Talking About A Bigger iPhone, Here’s What Tim Cook Says

Over the weekend, the Wall Street Journal put the Apple rumor train in high gear by saying Apple is planning larger versions of the iPhone and iPad. Since then, all the major tech blogs have picked up and regurgitated the story a thousand times as if it were fact. Steve Kovach from Business Insider was the [...]

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This Is The Trailer For The Ashton Kutcher Biopic Of Steve Jobs [VIDEO]

The theatrical trailer for “Jobs”, the Steve Jobs biopic staring Ashton Kutcher that is slated to be released this August, was released Friday, giving moviegoers who missed the premiere of the film at Sundance 2013 their first extended look at Kutcher’s take on the late Apple founder. The film has generated some controversy since earlier [...]

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Steve Jobs’ High School GPA Will Surprise You

When you think of modern-day geniuses, Steve Jobs is likely somewhere towards the top of your list. Yet, his high school GPA would seem to tell a different story. Where you may expect to see something in the 4.0 range, you’ll actually find an underwhelming 2.65. In letter grades, that means one of the greatest [...]

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Here’s (Almost) Every Mac Made In The Last 28 Years [PHOTOS]

On January 22, 1984, during the third quarter of the Super Bowl, Apple aired a $900,000 TV commercial called “1984.” It’s since been regarded as the one of the greatest television commercials of all time. Here’s a look at every Mac released since then, in order. Macintosh 128k This was the first Mac, as we [...]

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jOBS, A Movie Starring Ashton Kutcher As Steve Jobs, Will Be Released To The Public In April

Set to premier at Sundance Film Festival on January 25 in Park City, UT, the independent movie jOBS will be released to the public in April, says an announcement from Open Road Films and Five Star Feature Films. It stars Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs, which you can see in the photo above. While it [...]

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Remembering Steve Jobs

One year ago today, the world lost a true visionary in Steve Jobs. So today, we remember Steve. The homepage of Apple.com includes a new video they’ve produced, highlighting some of the key products he championed. It’s less than two minutes, so check it out. After the video plays, the following note from Tim Cook [...]

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Listen to Steve Jobs describe the iPad, the MacBook, 3G/4G, the App Store and more… in 1983

Last week, a short audio clip emerged of Steve Jobs speaking at the International Design Conference in 1983. Now, the entire hour-long clip has surfaced [listen here]. For true Apple enthusiasts, it’s something you’ll enjoy. It’s fascinating to listen to Steve describe modern technology, almost exactly as we know it today, but 29 years ago. [...]

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