Skip Nav
Facebook
How a Mom's Facebook Post Ruined a Man's Reputation For Life
Tech News
The New iPhone's Camera Does Something Really F*cking Cool
Geek Culture
26 Things to Do in Your Lifetime If You're a True Star Wars Fan

Guess the Tech Talker Quiz

Guess the Tech Talker

Which aging rocker recently told The Sunday Times Magazine,

"I hate to sound like an old man now, but I am, and you mark my words, in a generation from now people are going to say: 'What happened?' Steve Jobs is personally responsible for killing the music business."

Guess the Tech Talker

Who said it?

Progress  
Image Source: Getty
Around The Web
Michael Fassbender Plays Steve Jobs With Passion
Steve Jobs Movie Actors and Real-Life People
Steve Jobs Inspirational Quotes
Steve Jobs Movie Trailer

POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests.

Join The Conversation
zzleigh zzleigh 4 years
Oh give me a break. If anything, iTunes allows the widest selection of music ever available to people in the very palm of their hands. If I want to buy a CD now, I can get it instantly on my phone, for the cost of what a CD *should* (and used to) be back when I was young (not to mention the complete cut down of cluttery crap that comes with a traditional disc) Fast, easier, cheaper, AND green? Steve Jobs didn't kill the music business, he revolutionized it.
i-heart-monster i-heart-monster 4 years
I hate to say it too... but I agree with the anonymous post before me. I enjoy getting one song when I don't enjoy the rest of the album, but still try to buy most of my music on CD or in album download form because I hate to miss out on gems that some radio station executive didn't particularly care for.
Latest Technology & Gadgets
X