Steve Jobs was a cherished innovator and genius who’s legacy can be found in nearly every aspect of modern technology. His passion and vision helped shaped personal computing in every way, from using a mouse to having a computer with you wherever you go, in your pocket.
At a press event in Cupertino, CA on Tuesday, Apple executives, without former CEO Steve Jobs, showed off the next generation iPhone. Like the jump from the 3G to the 3GS, this iteration is only an incremental upgrade and not a radical redesign like the iPhone 4 before it. In fact, from the outside it looks almost identical to the iPhone 4.
Jobs, 55, has resigned as CEO of Apple today after his 14 year reign with the tech giant. In his letter of resignation, Jobs recommends Tim Cook to serve as the new CEO in his place.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo (hereafter referred to as “E3″ or just “the expo”) begins this week in the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Entertainment Software Association, who puts on the show, has made E3 wax and wane over the last few years and this year it looks like it will strike a balance between the high attendance spectacle/circus it was in its peek and the sterile, industry VIP only affair from the past few years.
According to a press release out Sunday, AT&T has acquired T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for a $39 billion cash-and-stock transaction. This will include a $25 billion cash payout with the rest being sold in stocks.
DISCLAIMER: This is an article about Windows Phone 7. Apple fanboys need not read unless you are seriously interested in Microsoft or WP7.
On November 8th 2010, I greedily smashed open the box of my new Samsung Focus and made sure that I did EVERYTHING the QuickStart pamphlet guide inside told me to do like a gooooood little girl. I had been waiting for that day for a long time and I was eager to show off my new phone because I was sure that it was going to kick everyone else’s phone out of the water.