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'I suspect a lot of what was wrong with the film came from Ashton's own image of Jobs,' Wozniak said
The Steve Jobs biopic starring Ashton Kutcher is being rushed out by studios as the iOS interface the Apple founder pioneered changes forever.
The stock market took a few bites out of Apple this year; share prices dropped to a low of $385 in April, and performance has been rocky since. So last night's WWDC keynote came with added expectation. Did it deliver?
Model used to belong to major league baseball player Fred Hatfield
They may not have made an influential contribution to life in Britain, but these international heroes and heroines are all at the top of a list somewhere. Here are this year's most impressive contributors to world LGBT harmony
Sleek, elegant lines; a classy metallic finish; a prohibitive price... it must be an Apple product!
The South African should be a batting great. For all I know he's a lovely guy in private. But he has a lot to learn from an Indian contemporary
Pixar is releasing its first film with a female protagonist, says Geoffrey Macnab
Russell Brand has been arrested for criminal damage after police in the US issued a warrant for him.
This is the last of these daily musings before Christmas, so it is an appropriate moment to ask what – if anything – we have learnt from 2011.
Millions of people have seen his face, but Wikipedia's co-founder is still a backroom geek at heart. Emily Dugan meets Jimmy Wales
The hitherto secret world of Steve Jobs in which the Apple founder eschews conventional cancer treatment in favour of a vegan diet while bitterly feuding with Google bosses over its smartphone is revealed in an authorised biography published next week.
Authorised biography reveals how Apple founder planned to beat cancer – and his big rival
I was home in bed for once by the time Apple announced Steve Jobs had died. The news came too late for yesterday’s i.