GUEST: We’ve heard a lot of talk recently about the dangers of artificial intelligence. From Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates, to Elon Musk, and Steve Wozniak, luminaries around the globe have been sounding the alarm, warning that we could lose control over this powerful technology — after all, AI is about creating systems that have minds […]
Despite still technically being an Apple employee, Steve Wozniak isn’t known for voicing the Cupertino official line when asked about recent iDevelopments. Speaking at a recent conference, hosted by enterprise software firm New Relic,...Show More Summary
Prior to founding a tiny little company called Apple, Steves Jobs and Wozniak were “phone phreakers” — selling illegal blue boxes to help people make free long-distance phone calls. While both quickly turned their back on their law-breaking...Show More Summary
Jeremy Renner, Nathan Fillion, Bret Blevins, Liam Sharpe and more will attend Steve Wozniak's first comic convention.
A company that specializes in making Lego-ized versions of tech-world giants is offering minifigures based on Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, current CEO Tim Cook, and some people who work for other companies, if you want to be all diverse about it. Show More Summary
Dialogue from the Michael Fassbender biopic: Jobs (Michael Fassbender) to Steve Wozniak (Seth Rogen): ‘I play the orchestra. And you’re a good musician. You sit right there. You’re the best in your row.’ The scene was shot in the orchestra pit of the San Francisco opera house.
I never met Steve Jobs, so I’ve been unable to bake my own steaming loaf for entry in this fall’s hot take contest. But I can tell you this: the Steve “Woz” Wozniak I know is nothing like the man portrayed by Seth Rogen in the latest...Show More Summary
In a scene midway through "Steve Jobs," the new movie based on the life of the late Apple co-founder, the title character (Michael Fassbender) engages in a particularly heated verbal battle with estranged colleague Steve Wozniak (Seth Rogen). Wozniak remarks that Jobs doesn't have any real computer skills,...
Whether he’s giving Tim Cook unrequested business advice, inviting Steve Wozniak to see his newborn daughter, or talking about his admiration for Jony Ives (sic), Kanye West has proven himself to be a pretty unabashed Apple fan. Which...Show More Summary
The acclaimed comedy actor/filmmaker opens up about his excellent performance as Steve Wozniak, all the drama surrounding ‘The Interview,’ and the death of ‘Pineapple Express 2.’
Guest author Matthew Baier is the COO of Built.io.There's a scene in the new Steve Jobs movie where Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak, the engineering genius who worked on the hardware and software of Apple's earliest computers, confronts Jobs and asks, "What do you do?""Musicians play their... Continue reading
According to an email that Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak sent to Tech Insider, one major emotional scene between himself and Steve Jobs in Aaron Sorkin's "Steve Jobs" biopic "was made up for the movie." Which is normally how moviesShow More Summary
I know you’ve heard about the new biopic of Apple founder Steve Jobs (aptly named ‘Steve Jobs’). The movie is playing in select theaters now and will go nationwide next week on October 23. In this featurette, we get to learn a bit about Steve from his partner and Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak. RELATED: Check […]
Steve Jobs will be remembered as much for his negative personality traits as for his marketing genius, says Steve Wozniak in a new featurette for the upcoming Steve Jobs movie. The Woz waxes nostalgic about his friend and co-founderShow More Summary
In a short video clip released by Universal Pictures, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reminiscences about "Steve Jobs Zero."
Danny Boyle's 'Steve Jobs' has been criticized for being opportunistic by people within Apple. To hear Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak tell it, the whole thing sounds pretty necessary.
There are a lot of great arguments in the new film “Steve Jobs,” but one stands above the rest. Jobs and Woz—Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple—are in the garage, disagreeing about the design of the Apple II. Jobs thinks that the...Show More Summary
In the cinematic stage play that is Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs (opening wide on October 23), there is a series of contentious scenes between Jobs and Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak. Improbably, like the Ghost of Christmas Past, Wozniak keeps popping up before Jobs gives a keynote to rattle some chains [...]
In the tech industry, companies such as Apple, Google, and any other major player are constantly pressured to innovate. But Steve Wozniak, who cofounded Apple alongside Steve Jobs, doesn't think innovation simply means creating products that are different and new. Show More Summary
Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Steve Wozniak recently signed a letter warning against the threat posed by autonomous weapons. Obviously, it is too late. "Toad on a Robot" is a vicious toad on a robot hybrid that we can only assume is the...Show More Summary