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Active Eye Pro-60



Main Features

  • 1080P @ 60fps max video solution
  • PIV - Picture capture in video recording
  • Connecting Cell Phone by WiFi, control by cellphone
  • Indicator in 3 side
  • Remote control
  • Seamless video
  • WiFi DV with LCD Display
  • Real CE
  • Image Sensor Type: 6.0 CMOS
  • Still Image Resolution: 16MP
  • CPU: SPCA6350M
  • Lens Type: Fixed focus (6G Lens)
  • Lens Aperture F2.8
  • Lens Effective Focal Lenght: f=2.5mm
  • Lens View Angle: 170 fish eye
  • LCD Monitor Size: 2.0" HD TFT
  • LCD Resolution: 480 (RGB)*240
  • Storage Media: External MicroSD
  • Interface USB: Micro USB x1
  • Interface HDMI: HDMI Micro x1
  • Capacity: External Lithium-ion battery 1200mAh
  • Battery Life: 1080P@30fps 150mins
  • File Format Movie: H.264 (MOV)
  • File Format Photo: JPG
  • Movie Resolution: 1920x1080 (1080P/60fps)
  • 1920x1080 (1080P/30fps)
  • 1280x720 (720/60fps)
  • 1280x720 (720/120fps)
  • Movie Bit Rate: 8Mbps by 1080P@30fps
  • Exposure: Auto
  • Focus: Fixed Focus
  • Real Time Clock: Yes
  • Micro SD card capability: Max to 32GB (SDHC)
  • Dimension: 59x44x24mm
  • Weight: 50.2g
  • Packages: Gift Box
  • Accessories: 
    • Waterproof Case work for 100ft under water x1, 
    • USB Cable x1, 
    • Li-on Batter 1200mAh x1, 
    • Helmet Mount x1, 
    • Handlebar Seatpost mount x1, 
    • Remote control x1, 
    • Shield x1, 
    • 3M Adhesive tape x1
  • OS: Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • Hardware: Intel/AMD Dual Core CPU or above
  • 1GB System memory
  • 2GB free System HD Space
  • USB 2.0/3.0
  • App Name: SYMAGIX 2
  • Hardware: Android 4.2 or up /IOS 7.0 or up\

You can easily find Active Eye Pro-60 in any gadget and electronic stores with price range of Php 4,400 to Php 5,000.

I got mine in a gadget store in SM Fairview for less than Php 4,300. So far so good. I am satisfied with the quality of photos and videos.



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Inewvation Soars Higher in 2017


Inewvation International Corporation, the leading digital display and advertising solutions provider in the country, is set to achieve greater heights this year targeting bigger projects in the international business landscape.

With the opening of its Visayas office by 2nd quarter of the year, Inewvation continues to expand its reach in the country as well as in Asia by launching its office in Singapore last July 2016.
Billy So and Jason So
Inewvation is led by company’s head honcho Mr. Jayson So (right side in the photo), President and Chief Executive Officer and Mr. Billy So (Left side in the photo),, Chief Operating Officer.

“Last year marks our 5th year in this digital solution business here in the country. I can consider 2016 as a good year, since most of clients are now open to digital age and already appreciated the "quality vs price", that we have been explaining to them since I started the business. Moving forward, 2017 is promising. Just on our first quarter for this year, we already got so much in our pipeline. This year will also be the year for our expansion of the business. We will officially open Visayas branch and looking forward to reach Mindanao as well, ” Mr. Jayson said.

Its first project outside the country is the biggest indoor LED displays in Shoppes at Parisian Casino, Macau. This pitch 4mm LED screen adds up to the elegance and sophistication of the Temptations Store as it displays different brands as well as its promotions.


Moreover, several projects were done by Inewvation in the past year.

The Iconic Globe Store

Another iconic project has been made as Inewvation installed the first moving outdoor LED with pitch 6.67mm for Globe Iconic Store in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. 


To date, it has the lowest pitch installed for an outdoor LED using Nichia Japan chip in the Philippines.

Southern Expansion

Inewvation expanded its lengths further south with a project in Laguna. Not just one, but two Brix Series – Outdoor LED Display. Carmelray Industrial Park 1 debuted its first pitch 10mm LED screen on March 2016 and was followed by another pitch 8mm display in Carmelray Industrial Park 2.

Entertainment Partner

Inewvation has been the exclusive LED provider of ABS-CBN television and film arms Dreamscape, Star Creatives and Star Cinema in 2016. Among the events that the pitch 4mm Ergo Series was showcased were the press conferences of Everything About Her, Always Be My Maybe, On The Wings Of Love, Vince, Kath and James, Just The Three Of Us among others. 

Academic Information Source

Standing in the façade of a premier academe, University of Batangas, is a pitch 12mm SMD Fixed Type Outdoor LED Display. The LED screen has been the source of information among the students and the public regarding school announcements, campus activites and schedules.

Strategic Point

Standing tall in EDSA is pitch 15mm Wind-thru series built for HDI admix. It is perfectly situated in Viron Transit in Cubao which attracts the riding public and passersby. 

For the Country

One of the biggest media conglomerate in the country, TV5 had leverage its election coverage, dubbed as “Bilang Pilipino” through Inewvation’s premier LED. Through the pitch 4mm Ergo Series III, the network’s audience was able to experience 24-hour high technology coverage of the 2016 National Elections.

Creative Juice

Inewvation raised the bar on its creativity as it was able to install a Flex Series LED for B’lue Water. The pitch 6.60mm was magnificently wrapped around a huge bottle of the beverage.

Furthermore, more than selling LED products, Inewvation advocates Filipino patriotism.

“We are not the only provider of digital display and digital solution in this country. But upon seeing our screens indoor and outdoor, it really shows the quality we are providing, which in return, can add to the pride of this country and as a sign that Philippines is not being left behind in terms of quality Digital / LED video wall. It further strengthen our proof, after we installed projects in Macau, Singapore, and Indonesia. All were managed by our own Filipino Engineers and Techical Support Experts, ‘Filipino Pride!’ indeed," Mr. Jayson added.

For Mr. Billy, the company keeps its goal to transform the Philippines and cope up with the digital age to uplift our developing cities. “Inewvation always strives for the best in both quality and after sales service. We are setting ground on being the country, the nation, and hopefully the worlds' top digital solution provider by keeping our expertise in the industry as sharp as ever and provide more ideas and knowledge to spark more creativity with our partners and clients,” he stated.



About Inewvation International Corporation

Inewvation International Corporation is a premier digital display and advertising solutions company providing wide range of LED and LCD products for various advertising needs of local and international companies. Driven by its motto “where quality is everything,” it aims to be the source of up-to-the-minute technology, pioneering innovative, quality products and service in Southeast Asia.

For more information, please visit www.inewvation.ph or follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/inewvation/ or on Twitter and Instagram @inewvation.


















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How to auto share your blog post across your social networks and different platform?

Sharing your blog post to social networks can help your blog to gain more visitors. There are a lot of plugins now a days that you can use but let me share to you my favorite.




IFTTT is a free web-based service that allows users to create chains of simple conditional statements, called "applets", which are triggered based on changes to other web services such as Gmail, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. IFTTT is an abbreviation of "If This Then That"

I have been using this service for couple of years already and it didn't dissapoints me. It delivers the content of my blog post in every social network that I have. As the years passed I am a witness on how this service evolved. It just started with wed based platform but it not it also caters both android and iOS devices.

Here is a sample on how it works.
I will create a blog post that will automatically be publish in my facebook page.


Step 1.  Choose the service. So I choose Blogger. (You can also choose Tumblr or Wordpress depends on the platform that you use)

Step 2.  Choose the trigger for your auto publish or auto post



Step 3. Choose the action service. I want to auto publish my post to my page so I will choose Facebook Pages.

Step 4. Complete action field. Is this step you can choose the content that you want to appear in your Action center (facebook page)
 

Step 5. Review your work and click the Finish button once done





And that's it! Once you make a post on your blog it will automatically gets publish to your facebook page.  I'll create a video next time to demonstrate on how it works. I hope this helps!









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A Story that Any Call Center Agent can relate…


I don't take any credit for this post. I just found it from facebook. I find it fun at the same time true that is why i decide to repost it..





PARA SA MGA CALL CENTER AGENTS..
(mahaba to pero nakakatawa)


Hindi ko na naiintindihan ang sinasabi niya. Basta ang alam ko, noong mga oras na yun, asa alapaap ang aking diwa. “Congratulations, you've successfully passed the recruitment process. You’re hired”.
YOU ARE HIRED!!! Marahil, isa sa pinaka masarap na litanyang pwede mong marinig kasama ng “Oo, tayo na” at “Negative ang pregnancy test” (joke lang). Kaya naman nakatitig ako sa kawalan habang pinapaliwanag nung babae mula sa HR department ang mga terms and conditions ng kontrata. Bumalik nalang ang aking ulirat nang pinapirmahan niya ang sandamukal na papel mula sa brown envelope. Di ko alam kung para sa trabaho parin yun o last will and testament.
Pagkatapos ng ilang online tests and assessments (nakaka-urat talaga yung typing test), mga interviews na susubok sa tatag ng pinahid mong deodorant, sa wakas, isa na akong “technical support representative”. Oo, call center agent din yun, pero mas mabangis pakingan. Kung baga sa zoology, scientific name.
Naks. Di na ako tambay. Isa na akong employed citizen. Maiaahon ko na sa hirap ang aking pamilya. Mapag-aaral ko na ang kapatid ko. Mabibili ko na lahat ng gusto ko. Makakakain nako sa Jollibee kahit hindi linggo, tuwing pagkatapos mag simba. Makaka contribute nako sa bayan pamamagitan ng aking buwis. Pwede nakong magreklamo ukol sa katangahan ng gobyerno. Magtatayo ako ng unyon ng mga callcenter agents (taga-PUP talaga?). Gagawa ng resolusyon upang maibsan ang climate change. Ipo-promote ang world peace. Malulunasan ko ang famine sa Africa. Tatakbo ako at mananalo bilang kauna-unahang “non-american citizen” president of America (ano daw??) at pwede ko nang ipa-assasinate sa navy seal si Justine Bieber. Spell, Naive (ay, ayan na pala).
Unang trabaho, unang sabak sa telepono. Memorable ang pinaka una kong call. Sabi nung customer, ipasa ko nalang daw sa iba dahil mukhang wala akong ideya sa ginagawa ko. Sweet naman nya.
3 taon. 4 na employee number. 4 na posing para sa ibat ibang ID ng magkakaibang kumpanya. At kung usapang stereotypes lang naman, heto sila..

1. Di mo alam ang petsa. Feeling mo ang mundo ay isang exercise wheel na tinatakbuhan ng alaga mong hamster. Paikot-ikot. Walang katapusan. Zombie, ika ng iba. Gising, pasok. Uwi, tulog. Pero babalik din ang ating kamalayan tuwing a-kinse at katapusan.
2. Hirap kang matulog sa bahay, pero di mo mapigilang mapa-pikit pag asa trabaho. Di ko alam kung dahil ba sa aircon o ang sarap lang managinip na isang malaking punching bag ang kupal mong TL, tuwing nakikita mo siya.
3. Ikaw o may kakilala ka, na energy drink na ang dumadaloy sa mga ugat. Cobra sa almusal. Sting sa tanghalian. Extra Joss ang panulak pag nabubulunan. Lipovitan naman ang nilalagok tuwing umiinom ng biogesic.
4. May kakilala ka din na laging may bitbit na baso ng starbucks kapag papasok. Siguro, importante talaga ang kape pag graveyard shift. Pero ang nakapagtataka e, buong araw na niya itong hawak, at sa paraan na makikita mo ang pangalan niya na nakasulat sa baso.
5. Alam mo ang mga term na “pitik” at “hadouken”. At madalas itong masusundan ng pagta-type sa notes ng “Customer ended the call”.
6. Kahit madalas e demonyo ang tingin mo sa kanya, gusto mong halikan sa tuwa ang TL mo pagsinabi niyang “Go on aux 4, coaching tayo”.
7. Pero malulungkot ka ulit, dahil malalaman mong bagsak lahat ng na-audit mong calls. Tipong, ang nakuha mo lang ng tama, ayon sa QA, ay opening at closing spiel. Lahat sablay na.
8. Sa lahat ng buttons ng Avaya, Auto in ang pinaka mahirap pindutin, parang may kung anong pwersa na pumipigil, parang invisible force field, samantalang Log Out naman ang bestfriend ng iyong daliri. Lagi rin itong “aksidenteng” napipindot.
9. Nakatangap kana ng perfect csat survey kahit hindi para saiyo (sabi nung customer , napaka helful daw ni Jenny. E Brando ang pangalan mo sa phone). Pero nakareceive ka na din ng Dissat kahit resolved ang issue.
10. Speaking of, kung parang generic name ng gamot ang pangalan mo, walang problema yan, dahil legal ang pag gamit ng phone name o alias. Halimbawa, sa totoong buhay, ang pangalan mo ay Godofredo, sa industriyang ito, ayos lang na mag opening spiel ka ng “Thank you for calling, my name is Summer”.
11. Naisipan mo nang mag-amok at sindihan ang smoke detector para magpaulan ng tubig ang mga sprinkler, tuwing queuing.
12. May kakilala kang bigla-bigla nalang nagwawala, hinahagis ang headset, hinahambalos ang kanyang mug, dinudurog ang avaya sa pamamagitan ng paghampas ng keyboard, dahil hindi alam ng customer kung nasaan ang “start” button.
13. Yung TL mo bigla nalang nagkakaroon ng meeting, pag nakita ka niyang papalapit, sa pag aakalang Sup Call na naman ito.
14. Kung may Teachers Pet, meron ding TL’s Annoying Monkey. Siya yung team mate mo na laging ume-epal at kadikit lagi ng team leader nyo. Madalas siyang taga-report ng mga late o overbreak. Lagi din siyang humihirit ng mga helpful tips pag team meeting. Sarap lagyan ng tattoo sa noo na “Wala akong pakialam”. Joke lang.
15. Dahil immersed tayo sa konsepto ng tamang “customer service”, madalas kang mag-amok sa mga fast food chain kapag pakiramdam mo ay “youre not getting your money’s worth”. “Ano to!! Sabi ko LEG part.. Bakit tuyong BREAST ang binigay mo sakin? Tawagin mo ang manager!!!”.
16. Meron ka o dumating sa buhay mo ang point kung saan nag-apply ka ng credit card.
17. May kakilala kang ayaw tumigil kaka-english kahit sa mga pampublikong lugar o PUVs pero parang tanga na kating-kati mag Tagalog sa mga English Only Zone ng opisina.
18. Mahirap umisip ng dahilan kapag na late ka. Dahil walang trapik at imposibleng umattend ka ng PTA meeting ng anak mo, pag alas dos ng madaling araw.
19. May team mate kang aligaga sa buhay at walang ibang nais na i-suggest kundi ang mag team building kayo. “TL: Guys, ano bang magandang action plan para bumaba ang AHT ng team? SIYA: Team building tayo!!”
20. Mas maangas pa sa CEO ng kumpanya kung umasta ang mga security guard. Nagulantang ako dati nang minsan kong tanungin si Manong Guard ng “Saan po dito yung testing area?”, sabay sagot ng “Im sorry, but you must be aware that this is an *English Only* zone”. Muntik nakong sumuka ng dugo.
21. Bukod sa crush mo, isa sa napaka konting bagay na nagpapangiti sayo tuwing shift ay mga “Ghost Calls”. Kung saan para kang tanga na uulit-ulitin ang opening line, dahil SOP ito.
22. Naranasan mo nang sapilitang tumawa dahil TL, OM o Shift manager ang nag-joke nung nakasabay mo siya sa elevator, kahit na sabaw ang kanyang sense of humor.
TL: Anong hayop ang magaling mag karate? Ikaw: Bwahahahaha!! (halos masuka ka na sa pag-papangap) Ano boss? TL: E di.. TILAP-YAHHH!! Ikaw: Nyahahahaha!! (gusto mo nang ipitin ang ulo mo sa pinto ng elevator) Nice one!!
23. Pinasok mo ang industriyang ito kalakip ang pag-asa ng mabilis na promotion. Oo, nasa performance mo nakabase ito, pero umamin ka. Pagkatapos ng unang 6 na buwan, narealize mo na mailap ito parang Halley’s comet.
24. Naranasan mo na ang sumakay sa isang PUV after shift, kung saan, ikaw lang ang stressed ang aura, amoy yosi, amoy alak, samantalang lahat ng ibang pasahero ay preskong-presko, mga amoy downy at blooming dahil papasok palang sila.
25. Sa pag-aakalang napindot mo ang mute, nag-tatatalak ka ng tagalog habang may call. Huli mo nang nalaman na naririnig ka ng customer sabay tanong ng “Im sorry, what?”. Pero dahil maparaan ka, sinagot mo siya ng “oh.. that was a secret passage, written in the language of Mordor, that must be uttered to hasten your dwindling internet speed..”.
26. Naranasan mo nang mag-google ng mga sakit na pwede mong idahilan kapag tatawag ka sa sick hotline niyo. Mas “uncommon”, mas maganda. Dapat binubuo ito ng 3 o higit pang medical terms.
27. Poker face lagi ang company nurse o physician. Hindi sila madaling mapaniwala sa mga nagsasakit-sakitan. Sanay na sila dyan. Lumang tugtugin kung baga. Pauuwiin ka lang kung naisuka mo na ang iyong baga o kulay violet na ang iyong buong katawan.
28. Nakauwi na ang lahat subalit naiwan ka parin sa floor dahil sa customer mong isang oras na nagpapaturo, pero hindi parin magets, ang sayantipikong proseso ng pag “copy+paste”.
29. Kung medyo sablay ang kumpanya, naranasan mo na din ang “hot seating”. Ito yung mala-espanyang pagsakop sa work station mo ng kung sinong Lucifer, kung offline ang iyong phone status. Hindi epektibo ang pag-iiwan ng gamit, pagpapaskil ng iyong larawan sa monitor o paglalagay ng note na “Ang kumuha ng station na to, tutubuan ng pigsa sa gilagid”.
30. Di tulad ng ibang propesyon, hindi big deal dito ang AWOL.
Boy A: Asan na si Jayson? Boy B: Nag AWOL na. Boy A: Ah ok. Anong ulam sa pantry?
31. Ikaw o may kakilala kang buong angas kung maglakad sa recruitment area kapag merong mga bagong aplikante. Minsan doon pa mismo tatambay kapag break para ipangalandakan na empleyado na siya. Mas mabisa din kung paiikutin mo ang iyong ID sa leeg na parang hulahoop.
32. Napa-upo kana sa isang work station na puno ng kapalpakan. Kumukurap ang monitor. Mga duro-durog na chichirya ang nakasingit sa pagitan ng mga keys ng keyboard. Yung headset naman, its either mahina, di ka marinig ng customer o nababalot ng sang katutak na scotch tape. Parang embalido lang.
33. Nakakita kana ng isang kumag na pasiklab kung magtype ng password sa mga system tools niyo. Ambilis ng pindot sa keyboard, tulad ng napapanood mo sa mga sci-fi movies. Pero madalas, password incorrect. Maya-maya, mapapansin mo na isa isa nalang ang pag press niya ng mga letter. Kinain ang pride. Busog.
34. Automatic na lumalabas sa bibig mo ang mga phrases na nagpapakita ng sympathy sa customer, kahit na sa totoong buhay e wala ka namang pakialam kung dumadaan siya sa matinding pagsubok gaya ng pagbagal ng internet connection o pagkalimot ng email password.
CX: Bear with me, im such an idiot when it comes to tech stuff. You: Its ok maam. And im sorry that you’re an idiot.
35. Halos araw-araw kang makakarinig ng mga istorya tungkol sa isang bagong kumpanya na mas malaki ang sahod, mas magandang management at mas magandang facilities. “Balita ko nga eh, may swimming pool sa ops area nila, at may libre na isang kilong ubas tuwing pasko”.
36. Aminin mo man o hindi, namangha ka din sa pintuan ng opisina na kelangan pang i-swipe ang ID mo para bumukas. “Ay pota.. Magic!!!”.
37. Dahil graveyard shift, hindi rin mawawala ang mga kwentong kababalaghan sa callcenter industry. Kesyo dati daw sementeryo ang site na yun o may namatay nang agent sa opisina niyo dahil aksidente daw nyang nakain ang Avaya at nabulunan.
Ikaw: TL, Biglang na-drop yung call!! May multo!!!”. TL: Ulol.
38. Meron kang souvenir mula sa kumpanyang balak ata i-declare na “critical working day” ang bawat petsa sa kalendaryo. Maaaring mug na may logo ng company. Ballpen na may logo ng company. Payong na may logo ng company. Burial plan with complimentary lapida na may logo ng company.
39. Hindi rin mawawala ang love team. Naks. Tamis sa gitna ng masalimuot na mundo ng queuing. Sabagay, mahirap din naman kasi ang magkaroon ng matinong relasyon kung hindi callcenter agent ang jowawers mo. Tipong tinext mo, pero tulog siya. Mga 8 oras na ang nakalipas bago pa siya makareply. Tapos, ikaw naman ang tulog. Vicious cycle.
40. Langit ang training phase. Petiks mode. Buddy up lang lagi. Kaso simula na ng impyerno mo paglampas ng nesting.
Taliwas sa pinagsasabi ng mga ignoranteng taong tabon, na hindi kailangan ng utak para makapag trabaho sa isang callcenter, tagisan dito ng talino (kung paano mare-resolve ang issue), abilidad (na magtransfer), creativity (pagiimbento ng dahilan kung bakit dapat niyang sisihin ang kanyang anti virus software) at lakas ng loob (sikmurain ang mga ingles na mura na kadalasan mo lang maririnig sa mga hollywood movies o kanta ni Kanye West).
Karamihan sa kakilala kong matatalino, puno ng sense at mababait (kung team mate kita dati, nabasa mo naman siguro ang mga papuring ito, kailangan ko ng dalawang daang piso, baka meron ka diyan) ay nakasalamuha ko sa nasabing industriya. At kahit kelan, di ko malilimutan ang pagkakaibigan at mga karanasan ko mula dito.
Thank you for calling, to which department would you like to be transferred?

Article Source : Trice Paras

Rest in Peace Steve Jobs


Steve Jobs, the mastermind behind Apple's iPhone, iPad, iPod, iMac and iTunes, has died, Apple said. Jobs was 56.
Jobs died "peacefully," surrounded by family members, his family said in a statement.
Neither Jobs' family nor Apple revealed where he died or from what cause, though in recent years Jobs had fought a form of pancreatic cancer and had a liver transplant.
"We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed awaytoday," read a statement by Apple's board of directors. "Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve. His greatest love was for his wife, Laurene, and his family. Our hearts go out to them and to all who were touched by his extraordinary gifts."
As Jobs' death was announced, the homepage of Apple's website switched to a full-page image of Jobs with the text, "Steve Jobs 1955-2011."
Clicking on the image revealed additional text that was credited to current Apple CEO Tim Cook in a separate memo to Apple employees.
"Apple has lost a visionary and creative genius, and the world has lost an amazing human being," the text read. "Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Steve have lost a dear friend and an inspiring mentor. Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple."
Reaction to Jobs' death came from far and wide -- even from the White House.
"Michelle and I are saddened to learn of the passing of Steve Jobs," President Obama said in a written statement. "Steve was among the greatest of American innovators - brave enough to think differently, bold enough to believe he could change the world, and talented enough to do it."
Jobs co-founded Apple Computer in 1976 and, with his childhood friend Steve Wozniak, marketed what was considered the world's first personal computer, the Apple II.
Shortly after learning of Jobs' death, Wozniak told ABC News, "I'm shocked and disturbed."
Later, on ABC News' "Nightline," he said it was hard to imagine, in some ways, how the world would move forward without Jobs.
"You get shocked when people you know die," Wozniak said. "And this was closer to when John Lennon died, or JFK or Martin Luther King."
Industry watchers called Jobs a master innovator -- perhaps on a par with Thomas Edison -- changing the worlds of computing, recorded music and communications.
Jobs' rivals in the development of personal computers, Microsoft co-founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen, immediately reacted to his death and highlighted his importance to their industry.
Allen called him "a unique tech pioneer and auteur who knew how to make amazingly great products."
Gates extended his condolences and noted in a written statement that he and Jobs "have been colleagues, competitors and friends over the course of more than half our lives."
"The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come," Gates added. "For those of us lucky enough to get to work with him, it's been an insanely great honor. I will miss Steve immensely."
A more recent contemporary in the tech world, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, also weighed in with a statement on Jobs.
"Steve, thank you for being a mentor and a friend," it read. "Thanks for showing that what you build can change the world. I will miss you."
Jobs continued to innovate in recent years even as he battled severe health problems that prompted leaves of absence from Apple.
In 2004, he beat back an unusual form of pancreatic cancer, and in 2009 he was forced to get a liver transplant. After several years of failing health, Jobs announced on Aug. 24, 2011 that he was stepping down as Apple's chief executive.
"I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple's CEO, I would be the first to let you know," Jobs wrote in his letter of resignation. "Unfortunately, that day has come."
Nevertheless, he remained as chairman of the corporation, a new position created just for him.






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