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10 Surprisingly Dark Truths About Steve Jobs And Apple

Nine years ago today, Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone, changing the face of consumer technology. Both Jobs and his company are often revered, but there’s a disturbing dark side to the company…

Steve Jobs First Iphone

Jobs debuts the first iPhone. Image Source: Wikimedia Commons

Nearly a decade ago today, Steve Jobs stood on a stage in San Francisco and unveiled the first iPhone, a moment which birthed an imminent ‘death of the PC’ and the rise of the smartphone selfie (the original selfie is at least a century old). Jobs’ work and innovation on the iPhone and ensuing devices have catapulted him to pop cultural immortality, and for good reason: Jobs transformed multiple industries, from communication, to music, to video games. But as with any great leader, neither Jobs nor his company came without flaws:

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25 Strange Elvis Facts: Sex, Drugs, And Rock And Roll–And Nicolas Cage

On January 8, 1935, Elvis Aaron Presley was born–just minutes after his identical twin. And that’s just the first of many seldom-heard, very strange Elvis facts. From dating a 14-year-old to impersonating cops to earning the karate nickname of “Mr. Tiger,” this is the tale of the king of rock and roll’s weird side. See what we mean with these 25 things you probably never knew about The Pelvis:

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Fun With Elvis

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Elvis Jokes

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Police Lights Elvis

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Strange Elvis Facts Twin

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Heartbreak Hotel

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Fish Plate Elvis

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Elvis Peanut Butter Sandwich

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Elvis Sandwich Ingredients

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Elvis Sandwich

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Karate Elvis

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Elvis The Pelvis

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Elvis Animals

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Elvis Army

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Elvis Hair

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Elvis Priscilla

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Strange Elvis Facts Poster

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Elvis Impersonators

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Barry White Elvis

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Presley Cash

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Dr Feelgood Elvis

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Elvis Grave

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Jesus Book Elvis

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Elvis Chains

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Lisa Cage Elvis

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What We Loved This Week, Jan. 3 – 9

107 million spiders found in huge Baltimore web, gorgeous tropical Instagram photos, China’s panda researchers in panda suits to comfort cubs, up-close snowflake photos from the 1800s, TIME’s best animal photos of the year.

A Man Rides A Horse With A Child Through The Flames During The "Luminarias" Annual Religious Celebration In San Bartolome De Los Pinares

A man and child ride a horse through flames during the “Luminarias” annual religious celebration in San Bartolome de los Pinares, Spain. Image Source: TIME

TIME’s Most Astounding Animal Photos Of The Past Year

Baby Undulate Rays

Two endangered 10cm baby undulate rays which were born last month at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium. Image Source: TIME

Whether they’re small remarkably tiny or remarkably huge, compellingly cuddly or compellingly dangerous, markedly domesticated or markedly exotic, we’re inexhaustibly enthralled by animals. And from baby hippos to baby pandas to some creatures that are far more dangerous, TIME has collected the 50 most astounding, singular animal photos of the past year. See the full gallery here.

Hippo Tossing Baby Hippo

An sub-adult hippo tosses a small calf into the air as the distressed mother watches, iSimangaliso Wetland Park, South Africa. Image Source: TIME

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Photo Of The Day: An Incredible Look At The Original Harlem Globetrotters

Original Harlem Globetrotters Team

The original members of the Harlem Globetrotters (then the Savoy Big Five) with the team’s founder and coach Abe Saperstein. Image Source: Daily News

On January 7th, 1927, the original Harlem Globetrotters played their very first game, in Hinckley, Illinois, 48 miles west of the team’s hometown, Chicago (choosing Harlem as their adopted home was a strategic decision made after the team’s founding–more on that below). A year prior, a 24-year-old businessman named Abe Saperstein created the team, known as the Savoy Big Five, named after a Chicago district.

During this time, only whites were allowed to play professional basketball, but the young businessman found a way to capitalize off of his new team of primarily black men. Saperstein designed the original Harlem Globetrotters’ first uniform with America’s red, white, and blue, and stitched “New York” across the players’ jerseys. He believed that associating the team with Harlem would trick audiences into believing the team was comprised of world-class athletes from what was, at the time, the most widely-known center of African-American culture in the U.S.

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