...in the latest issue of Inc. They rank him as a great entrepreneur, and he is. The man made many mistake in the 80s, but even then, and especially now, he literally is a key hand in the personal computer revolution. <br><br>Apple pushed ahead the mouse, the GUI, the floppy disk, the CD-Rom, USB, Wi-Fi, MP3 player, and countless other technologies. Apple also introduced the idea of style into the computer market, something Windows makers, with the possible exception of Sony, have failed to reproduced.<br><br>
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