“Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish”, a famous quote from a large figure in the history of our modern day, who has unfortunately passed, namely Steve Jobs. That quote not only symbolizes Jobs’ lifelong ethics, but it’s also the line cleverly painted into one of Virgin America’s numerous aircrafts. The Airbus-A380, one
In one of those stories that some will cast aside as “too good to be true,” a U.S. Air Force Combat Controller watches his iPhone 4 fall out of his pocket and descend downward toward the ground. At the time, the plane was a thousand feet above ground and flying at
Just a reminder that CNBC's "Planet of the Apps: A Hand-Held Revolution!" special will be airing tonight at 10PM ET/PT. According to CNBC, it's a one-hour documentary about how mobile applications are changing our everyday lives. From the clips we've seen, it looks like the documentary focuses heavily on app developers and their stories. We've also heard that "Heroes" actor Greg Grunberg, who's also an app developer, will be talking about his experience with the iPhone and the App Store.
In short, it's probably worth setting your TiVo over if you can't find the time to watch when it airs. And for those who like to try before they buy, two preview videos follow below!
If you ever wondered just how much of an impact the iPhone may have had on the world around it, CNBC might have the answer. The network will apparently be airing a special called "Planet of the Apps: A Handheld Revolution!" that looks at how the release of the iPhone gave birth to a revolution in mobile technology.
The show will feature a piece from "Heroes" actor Greg Grunberg, who describes his "second job" as an app developer (he helped write the Yowza! Mobile Coupons [App Store, free] application), look at the popularity and profitability of apps, interview app developers and examine how big a business apps truly are.
Jim Goldman of CNBC had the opportunity to sit down with Steve Jobs after his keynote on Tuesday to discuss the new iPod Nano and touch, the success of the Mac, and issues with the iPhone during the interview. He also was given the opportunity to ask about Steve's health after the interview, which was off-camera but still on the record.