The very first footage from "jOBS" is here! The long-awaited independent film stars Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and Josh Gad as Steve "the Woz" Wozniak.
Steve Jobs threatened Palm with patent litigation if it didn't agree to stop hiring Apple employees, a court filing alleges.
You probably know Nolan Bushnell as the creator of Pong and Atari. And yes, the guy even gave us Chuck E. Cheese, for better or worse (probably worse).
The name John McAfee isn’t as well known as Bill Gates or the late Steve Jobs, but apparently his story is wild and fascinating enough to make a big screen movie.
There are currently two Steve Jobs biopics in the works. The first one, entitled jOBS, stars Ashton Kutcher as the Apple visionary and has already finished shooting.
Multiple movies with similar subjects that go head to head with each other are a common phenomenon in Hollywood.
Ever since the life story rights of Steve Jobs were acquired by Sony, Aaron Sorkin, the writer for The West Wing, Moneyball and The Social Network, was the studio’s number one choice to pen the script.
The Internet is flooded with fresh praise and memories of the life of Steve Jobs today.
Steve Jobs promised Wayne Goodrich that he would always have a job.
Sometimes there are crimes that you just can't get away with.
Steve Jobs would have been on board with the rumors we are all hearing about a new 7-inch iPad.
Apple's been ordered to run ads in major newspapers in the UK admitting that Samsung didn't copy the iPad.
Casting calls continue apace for the independent biopic depicting the early life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Aaron Sorkin, like any top A-list screenwriter in Hollywood, is clearly a busy man.
Jobs - an indie film portraying the early years of the Apple co-founder - recently began filming in Silicon Valley.
Sotheby's has auctioned off a functioning Apple 1 computer for a cool $374,500.
There's been a lot of talk lately about the independent film titled "Jobs" which depicts the frenetic early years of the Apple co-founder.
Writing about Steve Jobs would be a dream gig for any A-list screenwriter, right?
There are two films about the life of Steve Jobs currently in the works.
Is the direction of Apple going on a downward spiral since Steve Jobs passed away?