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9:00 PM 60 MINUTES ON CNBC #41 - STEVE JOBS
12:00 AM 60 MINUTES ON CNBC #41 - STEVE JOBS
"Steve Jobs" – The life of Steve Jobs, the late founder and CEO of Apple Inc., who made his technology company one of the most successful in the world. His story is told through his biographer Walter Isaacson. And hear Jobs tell his story in his own words in exclusive interviews with Isaacson.
"Apps for Autism" – How can those who cannot speak have a voice? For people with autism, a breakthrough with applications on touch-screen tablet computers, like the iPad, enables them to communicate freely. In a demonstration, three autistic people use these apps to express themselves in a way that they never were able to before.
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