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Steve Wozniak, the famous co-founder of Apple Inc., is on to his newest project. He recently formed a working relationship with a university, creating a program that makes it easier for people to enter the tech-based workforce. The university is Southern Careers Institute, and Steve Wozniak is creating and launching Woz U in the very... Read the full article
Steve Wozniak co-founded Apple, and now he's getting into the education game. “Our goal is to educate and train people in employable digital skills without putting them into years of debt,” Wozniak says in a press release announcing the launch of Woz U. “People often are afraid to choose a...
With Woz U, Steve Wozniak hopes to train a new generation of tech workers for high-paying jobs.
Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has just launched Woz U, a new digital institute designed for those eyeing a career in the tech industry. "Our goal is to educate and train people in employable digital skills without putting them into years of debt," Wozniak said in a statement. Show More Summary
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has today announced the formation of Woz U, an online university designed to make tech education more affordable. While the initiative is an online-only one for now, Woz says that the plan is to offer brick-and-mortar campuses in more than 30 cities across the U.S. and around the world … more…
Steve Wozniak, the Apple co-founder who changed the world alongside Steve Jobs, has today announced the launch of Woz U. Woz U will start as an online learning platform focused on both students and companies that will eventually hire those students. Show More Summary
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has formed a relationship with a for-profit university to help people enter into the technology workforce “without putting them into years of debt.”
Steve Wozniak, one of Apple’s three original founders, has launched a new training initiative designed to get people “high-paying technology” jobs. The new Woz U digital institute is initially launching as an online-only affair and promises to deliver a “new approach” to education for tech industry jobs. For now, the curriculum focuses on training for computer support […]
Steve "Woz" Wozniak, cofounder of Apple Computer and inventor of the Apple II computer, announced on Friday the launch of his latest startup, Woz U. The venture is a "digital institute" meant to help people gain skills in computer science to fill gaps in high-paying technology roles. Show More Summary
When you think about the famous company Apple, you probably also think about Steve Jobs. Of course, Steve Jobs was the original founder of Apple and the ubiquitous iPhone, but there was someone else behind the development of this powerful company as well. Show More Summary
It might not have had anything as truly bizarre as Steve Wozniak doing the worm but Dancing with the Stars' Guilty Pleasure Night for season 25 was all over the place. This was especially true when it came to scores. The judges couldn't seem to agree on anything.
Update: This seemed to sum things up in Cupertino perfectly - Steve Wozniak is wandering around. He said he is excited to see the new iPhone features, especially the facial recognition. He likes the feature a lot on his Samsung phone. 1001ET...Show More Summary
A fully operational Apple I computer built by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in 1976 is going up for auction through Charitybuzz next month, with all proceeds earmarked for charity.
The Apple Co-founder talks pranks, his forthcoming comic book convention, and why he no longer fears our robot overlords.
Thanks to comments that Steve Wozniak made in a 2016 Reddit AMA, there’s a perception that Apple’s co-founder dislikes the Apple Watch. Not so, he makes abundantly clear in a new interview! Speaking on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Woz said that, “I just love [my Apple Watch]. I love every time I use it. It helps […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
General Motors will begin selling the Chevrolet Bolt nationwide in August, a month earlier than it originally planned. While California power nerds like Bill Nye and Steve Wozniak received their EVs months ago, GM’s rollout schedule hinged on dealerships getting their ducks in a row before the rest of America could gain access. Show More Summary
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has arguably been called "The inventor of the personal computer." But even if you believe that the title belongs to one of the pioneers before him — you can't deny Wozniak's contribution to modern-day computers. Show More Summary