The launch of an electronic version of News Corp.’s The Daily for Apple Inc.’s hugely popular iPad tablet has been pushed back, according to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Rupert Murdoch by dfarber / Flickr / (CC)
Recently, Apple’s Steve Jobs and media baron Rupert Murdoch, News Corp.’s chairman, were said to share the stage at the launching of the said electronic newspaper in an event slated on Jan. 19.
The event was supposed to be help on the said date at San Francisco’s Museum of …
A digital version for the iPad of The Daily, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., will be launched on Jan. 19, according to The Cutline.
Rupert Murdoch at the World Economic Forum by Monika Flueckiger / Flickr / (CC)
Apple Inc.’s Steve Jobs and Rupert Murdoch will both launch the electronic version of the News Corp.-owned newspaper at the event to be held in San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art.
However, the Jan. 19 date of the launch is still subject to change, according to Apple …
Apple’s stellar performance last year has apparently increased executives’ pay from the consumer electronics giant.
Apple’s Tim Cook and Steve Jobs – dfarber / Flickr / (CC)
For last year’s work, Tim Cook, who filled-in for the iconic Steve Jobs as he left the company for six months in 2009 to have a liver transplant, has been paid $59.1 million.
The sum includes a $5 million cash bonus and $52.3 million in stock options, according to filings of the Cupertino, California-based …
Apple’s Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs was named Person of the Year for 2010 by British newspaper Financial Times.
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The Financial Times praised the performance of Apple for the last decade as“the most remarkable comeback in modern business history”.
The Financial Times’ wrote, “As technology colonises every area of our lives – music, films and art – so nerds are the emperors. So it has come to pass. Steve Jobs, the polo-necked Apple chief, described this week by …
One of the first models of computers from Apple has been sold for $210,000. The device was put up for auction at Christie’s in early September this year, and, according to the auction house, this amount was a record for all computers ever sold at this auction.
It must be noted that Apple 1 is the first computer by Apple Computer, possibly the first personal computers sold in fully assembled form. It was designed and built by one of the founders of Apple Steve Wozniak and stands out from other …