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Tweet Follow me CNN(CNN) — The likeness of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs may appear on a commemorative U.S. postage stamp in 2015, only four years after his death. Jobs’ name appeared on a list of approved postage-stamp subjects obtained by The Washington Post.In 2015, You Could Be Sending Steve Jobs Postage StampsNBCNews.comWill The...

Tweet Follow me Digital TrendsDetailed by the Washington Post, the United States Postal Service will be rolling out a new stamp during 2015 that pays tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Currently under development within the design department at the postal service, the Steve Jobs …Steve Jobs To Be Featured On Commemorative Postage Stamp...

Tweet Follow me CNETList of approved subjects obtained by The Washington Post reflects a shift toward more popular individuals as a new revenue source for the cash-strapped service. Steven Musil. by Steven Musil. February 20, 2014 4:01 PM PST. Follow @stevenmusil.Steve Jobs, Video Games to Appear on US Postage StampsPC MagazineJust like Elvis,...

Tweet Follow me BBC NewsIt’s hard to imagine nowadays, but when Apple introduced the Macintosh personal computer in 1984 it was widely dismissed as a “toy”. Others called the Mac “just a demo – not a real computer yet,” Randy Wigginton, creator of the Mac’s first word processor, …Ancient video of...

Tweet Follow me ZDNetSummary: A MacWEEK special report in January, 1994 looked at the first decade of Macintosh as well as what the future might hold for the platform. At times it’s nostalgic and amusing reading, and at other times strangely prophetic. David Morgenstern.Apple Mac turns 30iAfrica.comCheck out Steve Jobs demo the Mac for the...

Tweet Follow me VentureBeatIt’s been about three decades since Apple first rolled out its Macintosh personal computers to retail shelves. And to celebrate, members of the Boston Computer Society managed to dig up video footage of Apple founder Steve Jobs giving a live demonstration …Steve Jobs original 1984 Mac demo footage unearthed...

Tweet Follow me TapscapeWhen Steve Jobs presented Apple’s Mac computer in 1984 to shareholders for the first time, the personal computer industry was almost nonexistent and that began to change with the Macintosh. Although everyone knows of the first presentation that Steve …Watch Steve Jobs demonstrate the first Mac back in 1984EngadgetGeeks...

Tweet Follow me WiredThe Mac’s roots trace back to the Lisa, which debuted in 1983 with a graphical user interface and mouse. The Mac owes a lot of its heritage (and success) to an earlier machine with a graphical user interface and a mouse: the Lisa. Born out of research Steve …30 years of Mac: Inside Apple, sense of revolution grewColumbus...

Tweet Follow me TechSpotIt was January 24, 1984 when a young Steve Jobs first introduced the original Macintosh and dazzled the crowd with a display of its graphics capabilities, myriad of fonts and text-to-speech support. This was the first mass-market personal computer featuring a …Apple Celebrates Thirty Year Anniversary of Macintosh Super...

Tweet Follow me RegisterFeature Thirty years ago this Friday, at approximately 9:45am on Tuesday, 24 January, 1984, the Macintosh introduced itself after Steve Jobs unveiled it at an Apple shareholders’ meeting in Cupertino’s Flint Center for the Performing Arts. “Hello.Cassidy: Macintosh at 30 brings back memories for Apple usersSan...

Tweet Follow me Nelson Mandela, the former President of South Africa, anti-aparteid activist, and symbol of freedom who passed away Thursday, is currently the focus of Apple’s website. There, right front-and-center, is a photo of President Mandela in black and white, with Apple’s signature font and overall style. A fitting presentation...

Tweet Follow me On Thursday, I was reminded of why carry my camcorder everywhere I go, and even as I have a new iPhone 5c. At the San Francisco Embarcadero BART Station platform this Korean guy was doing a crazy rap and walking around and waving his hands, and such that (with the exception of his mention of “white people”) was uninteligible...

Tweet Follow me Apple. The organization which produces products this blogger swears by, like the iPhone and the MacBook suddenly finds itself the target of content saying it’s on the decline. And all of this, just two years after the passing of Steve Jobs, Apple’s Founder and CEO, and arguably one of the molders of pop culture today....

Tweet Follow me Steve Jobs is no longer of this Earth, and while your response may be ‘He never was, even when he was here,’ the bottom line is Mr. Jobs is no longer around to scream about and wage war against Adobe Flash on the Apple iOS operating system. Given that, and his well documented reasons for preferring HTML5 to Adobe Flash,...

Tweet Follow me http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYkGUKRDIPc Guy Serle Of My Mac Podcast gave a great, funny impromptu interview on how MacWorld has changed in the wake of Apple’s departure, while we were both in the media center for MacWorld Expo. “The first two years I came here, Apple was here,” Guy says, who’s attended...

Tweet Follow me http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubH5ydxDbVo If you like to see how an event space comes together before a big conference, the video above’s for you. This blogger took his trusty Flip Video Camera and walked through Mac World Expo space before it opened, getting a great set of moving images of the construction of what’s...

Tweet Follow me 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...

Tweet Follow me Is the Apple iPhone 5 event to take place at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Gardens wrapped in the colors of the Gay Pride Flag, or is it just coincidence? The much anticipated roll-out of the newest version of the most popular single smartphone produced to date is just moments away, and will feature the presence of Tim Cook, Steve...

Tweet Follow me Apple CEO Tim Cook, Apple Founder and CEO Steve Jobs’ pick to replace him prior to his passing (both shown...

Tweet Follow me Steve Jobs movies planned already? While it’s a logical expectation, I really didn’t think that would happen to quickly. We’re all still getting over the fact that the legendary visionary genius and SF Bay Area local isn’t with us to make “insanely great” products any more, and already its announced...

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