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That photo is of Two And A Half Men star and Internet entrepreneur Ashton Kutcher, bearing a really scary resemblance to Apple Computer Founder and CEO Steve Jobs, and from the upcoming movie JOBS. The movie has been in the works almost since Steve passed away of complications due to pancreatic cancer on October 5th, 2011, at the age of 56. When I first heard...

Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple Founder and CEO Steve Jobs’ pick to replace him prior to his passing (both shown above), can look back and laugh at Victoria Murphy (now Victoria Murphy Barrett) an Associate Editor with Forbes Magazine to this day, who, in 2004 let loose with a character assassination that basically said he wasn’t executive material, as if she...

You read that correctly: “Find Apple iPhone App Helps Oakland Police Catch Robbers” I recently purchased an Apple iPad for my Mom, with an eye toward buying her an Apple iPhone and a Mac Mini so she can sync her information, and find her devices. But the other reason is so if someone steals either the iPad or the iPhone, the robbers can be tracked down. Now comes this press release from the Oakland Police Department: News from: Oakland Police Department February 17, 2012 User Installed Software Helps Catch Robbery Suspects Oakland,...

As the news of Apple CEO Steve Jobs decision to step down from the post of leader of the iconic company he created spreads, some interesting perspectives on Jobs come out. Perhaps few – well, I haven’t seen one yet – are as interesting as what happened to then “10 or 12″ year old Allen Paltrow. On his blog, Mr. Paltrow (related to Gwyneth Paltrow?) recounts the story of how he was such a huge Apple fanboy that he shaved the Apple Logo into his hair style with every Mac OS launch. Paltrow explains: “My...

  More at Zennie62.com | Follow me on Twitter! For whatever reason – proximity to each other in Silicon Valley, a mutual admiration for the culture of each firm, or more concretely Apple’s constant drive to make its computers the best for video-bloggers – it seems Apple Computer and YouTube are all but one company. Consider that according to Apple Insider, Apple now has built in support for YouTube across all of the latest versions of its main product lines: IPhone, Apple TV, iMovie, and now QuickTime. Soon,...

Just two days ago an iReporters created a video that reported news that Apple CEO Steve Jobs had a heart attack. The result was a drop in Apple’s stock price before the iReport team got wind of the news that the video’s report was false. They took it down 20 minutes later. For some reason, some want to blame CNN for this situation. CNN’s not at fault because the video was never tagged for official use by CNN. Share this:StumbleUponLinkedInRedditTumblrPocketDiggTwitterFacebookGooglePinterestEmailPrint...