People walk past a screen showing the cover of the book 'Steve ...
Oct 24th, 2011
(AP) - People walk past a screen showing the cover of the book 'Steve Jobs,' by Walter Isaacson at a book shop in Hong Kong Monday, Oct. 24, 2011. The depths of Jobs' antipathy toward Google leaps out of Walter Isaacson's authorized biography of Apple's co-founder. The book goes on sale Monday, less than three weeks after Jobs' long battle with pancreatic cancer culminated in his Oct. 5 death. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu) -
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