Walter Isaacson, "The Innovators" author, shares his thoughts on the tech giant's disruptive vision and Apple's next big thing. Apple hasn't had a breakthrough TV product because the "balance of...
The producer behind the popular 2010 “Facebook movie,” “The Social Network,” was already attached to produce Sony’s film adaptation of Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography, and now that film’s Oscar-winning screenwriter is on board as well
Rumors of Apple TV sets have been swirling for months. And the Taiwanese publication DigiTimes added to the mix today, with word that its supplier sources say Apple is ordering components to build 32-inch and 37-inch TVs that should go on sale in the second half of 2012.
There have been rumors floating around for years that Apple is building its own TV. The speculation got amped up this fall after Walter Isaacson revealed in his biography of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs that Apple had finally figured out how to build a user-friendly
Move over, Tina Fey - Amazon has just released the list of their ten best-selling books of the year, and Walter Isaacson's thoughtful biography of Steve Jobs has come out on top.
The biography's appearance at the top of the list is a bit of a surprise considering its relatively late publication this year, but the book's impressive sales performance was fueled by the huge show of fan support after the Apple co-founder's untimely passing in October.
Amazon culled these rankings from both their traditional book sales figures and Kindle eBook downloads,
The technology industry is absolutely bent on reinventing television.
According to Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, one of his last big accomplishments was figuring out how to make a better TV.
"I'd like to create an integrated television set that is completely easy to use," Jobs told his biographer. "It would be seamlessly synced with all of your devices and with iCloud....It will have the simplest user interface you could imagine. I finally cracked it."
Since then, the world has gone crazy speculating about how great this iTV (or whatever it's called) will be. It will apparently be powered by Siri
Apple has long been known for the secrecy surrounding their new products and also for the speculation and rumor that accompanies them. That's part of the surprise at the news that the late cofounder Steve Jobs conveyed his wishes to create an Apple-branded HDTV in an interview with his biographer, Walter Isaacson. Jobs' allusion to this goal of creating an easy-to-use and fully-integrated TV has set Apple fanatics and analysts in a frenzy.