The media spotlight shone brightly (and rightfully so) on Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs in the week or so following his death. Now reporters will focus on the wife he left behind, Laurene Powell Jobs, and what she’ll do with the fortune she will inherit. Through a spokeswoman, Ms. Powell Jobs, has declined many interview requests.
But that’s an issue that’s likely to be over-shadowed, at least for the time being, by a book detailing Steve Jobs‘ life and the Apple vs. Google bloodfeud.
According to the Huffington Post:
Walter Isaacson’s authorized biography of Steve Jobs offers an unprecedented look at the Apple co-founder’s battle-cry against Google, a company he thought was guilty of a “grand theft” when it launched its Android operating system, which competes directly with the iPhone and has surpassed it in popularity.
“I’m willing to go thermonuclear war on this,” he told Isaacson of the patent lawsuit Apple filed against cell phone manufacturer HTC.
The Iphone vs. Android r...