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Heard the one about Gordon Brown pooh-poohing Steve Jobs? As if we couldn't blame poor old Gordon for enough already, it's reported he denied the Apple chief a knighthood.
The U.K.'s Telegraph reports that Apple's white knight had the chance to officially add a new title to his name: sir. But in 2009, he apparently lanced his chances.
Jony Ive has won a gold Blue Peter badge in a glimpse behind the scenes at Apple.
Turns out the oft-used abbreviation has its origins in a British Naval dialogue.
Samsung's Galaxy S3 is the official handset of the games, but shared screen time with lots of others at last night's opening ceremony.
Apple's British design guru receives a knighthood today, and has spoken about the Californian company's design philosophy.
Jonathan Ive, the industrial designer behind iconic products like the MacBook, the iPod, the iPhone, and the iPad, is named a Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II.
Apple's design supremo is now Sir Jonathan, thanks to the honour. He described it as "absolutely thrilling."
The story of Apple boss Steve Jobs is being told in a new book to be published next year, entitled -- inevitably -- iSteve: The Book of Jobs.
Shot through the heart, and you're to blame: Steve Jobs gives music a bad name. Poodle-haired rocker Jon Bon Jovi blames the Apple boss personally for "killing the music business".