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Steve Jobs' childhood home 'could become historical site'

2 October 2013 Last updated at 16:19 BST

The childhood home of the Apple co-founder Steve Jobs could be declared a historical site.

It would mean the property, built in 1952, would have to be preserved for the future.

Mr Jobs died two years ago, and now city planners in Los Altos, California, are in talks with his family.

Paul Collins reports.

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