During the summer of 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created and sold 175 Apple-1 computers, marking the launch of what is now one of the most valuable, influential companies in the world. Only 60 or so of those original machinesShow More Summary
SILICON VALLEY — A group of more than 140 tech leaders that includes Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and the CEOs of Box, Twilio and Slack signed a letter posted Thursday that warned against damage they say a Donald Trump presidency would...Show More Summary
When ideas and money get together, money usually ends up in control. This astute observation was made by Ronald Wayne, who cofounded Apple Computer Inc. along with Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, and then sold his shares in the company...Show More Summary
On June 29, 1975, Steve "Woz" Wozniak tested the first prototype of the Apple computer, and history was made.
This may come as a shock to Apple fans, but Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak openly lauded Samsung for its innovation. Wozniak is particularly impressed with Samsung’s virtual reality (VR) gear, which he believes is other-worldly. Samsung’s Gear VR “takes you to other worlds, Wozniak told Tech Republic. Show More Summary
There was no single moment that everything changed for Steve Wozniak. Instead, it was years of creativity and work that led to his development of the Apple I and the Apple II computers. "I look back now and wonder how did I think ofShow More Summary
Sentient machines rising up against mankind?The Apple co-founder isn't worried, and he can explain why.
via Cult of Mac: Now 15, Alex Jason is on the verge of opening a public museum that will feature rare prototypes, a bound original copy of Steve Wozniak’s Woz Pak coding notes for the Apple II, and even a rare Apple I that may be the only one in existence with working original chips.... ?
From Hillary Clinton to Steve Wozniak, here's what supporters and critics have to say about Edward Snowden and democracy.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and former president and CEO of Ford Motor Company Alan Mulally received the Alltech Humanitarian Award and Medal of Excellence, respectively, at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference.
Steve Wozniak is a 52-year-old California native who is fixated on fishing. To date, his dependency has taken him to 86 different countries at a total expense equaling a small fortune. (And, no, he is not the Steve Wozniak of Apple fame...Show More Summary
Steve Wozniak, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist of Apple Computer, Inc., addressed a packed audience at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference, where he was the recipient of The 2016 Alltech Humanitarian Award in recognition of his dedicated...Show More Summary
The new breakfast of champions might just be 3D-printed. A contraption called the PancakeBot pours batter onto a griddle using 3D printing technology with incredible precision. Users can print flapjacks featuring various designs andShow More Summary
Three of the biggest names in the industry, Virgin’s Richard Branson, Facebook’s EMEA VP Nicola Mendelsohn and Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak have
Windows Ink lands on Windows 10, Google teases Android apps for Chrome OS, even Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should pay more tax, Spotify finds your Game of Thrones match, and follow the Olympic Torch on Twitter. Windows Ink Arrives on...Show More Summary
In an interview with the BBC on national British radio, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said that he believes Apple should pay 50% tax, along with all other companies. He said he doesn’t like the distinction of different rules between...Show More Summary
All companies, including Apple Inc., should pay more taxes, the tech giant’s co-founder Steve Wozniak said Friday. Apple has come under the scrutiny of U.S. and European regulators over its alleged use of tax shelters in Luxembourg and Ireland to protect its revenues. Speaking to BBC Radio 5...
Apple is not paying its fair share of tax, according to the company’s co-founder Steve Wozniak. Apple and other major technology firms—including Google, Amazon and Facebook—have faced criticism for using tax shelters to avoid payingShow More Summary
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has been announced as one of three judges of Talent Unleashed, a competition to identify the best tech companies in five categories. Fellow judges are Virgin founder Richard Branson and Facebook VP Nicola...Show More Summary
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak, Virgin billionaire Richard Branson, and Facebook EMEA VP Nicola Mendelsohn are teaming up to find the best startups around the world. The trio, who were announced as judges for the Talent Unleashed Awards...Show More Summary