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
Apple may not be the source of the next major technological moonshot, according to Steve Wozniak, with the Apple co-founder suggesting electric car producer Tesla is in the "best direction" to come up with the next big thing in tech, with Apple's potential in doing the same potentially hampered by its large size.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has implied that Apple is too big a company to come up with the next big thing in tech. Interviewed by Bloomberg on what are likely to be the biggest tech breakthroughs in the coming years, and which companies are likely to make them, Woz didn’t list Apple as a contender. Show More Summary
A few years ago, if you were waiting overnight outside an Apple Store ahead of a new product launch, you just might have found Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak sitting next to you on the sidewalk. This wasn't a marketing stunt by Apple. Show More Summary
Categories: Conferences, Industry News, Solution Providers, Technology Tags: Conferences & Events, technology Pull the string and let him go. That’s pretty much all Coupa CEO Rob Bernshteyn had to do this morning. Following a fully scripted...Show More Summary
Commentary: Claiming that its mattresses are full of tech, Mattress Firm hired Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to launch its new idea at a company meeting.
I am currently reading, among other things, Kevin Mitnick, The Art of Invisibility, Little, Brown & Co., 2017. A treatise on cyber-security, it strikes me as slightly alarmist, but Steve Wozniak recommends it. I don't have to tell you who...
There have only been two occasions when Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak felt he needed to fly to Washington, DC for an important ruling and they both involved decisions on net neutrality. If you're not familiar with the concept — net neutrality is the idea that all information moving across the internet should be treated equally. Show More Summary
Long before Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak founded Apple in a Silicon Valley garage, they were friends. During a recent interview with Business Insider, Steve Wozniak revealed how they bonded over the music of Bob Dylan early in their friendship. Follow Tech Insider: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
The founder of Oculus, Palmer Luckey, quietly slipped back onto the public stage this week after a tumultuous year that ended with his departure from Facebook in March. First, Luckey appeared on Twitter on Wednesday, after months of...Show More Summary
There would be no Apple without Steve Wozniak. Wozniak, who co-founded Apple over 40 years ago with the late Steve Jobs, remains a revered figure in Silicon Valley. Although he is no longer connected with Apple, he keeps busy making appearances at big tech conferences to inspire inventors, serves as chief scientist for the enterprise […]
The Apple co-founder also talked Silicon Valley and Apple's future
His Silicon Valley Comic Con kicks off this weekend.
The Apple Co-founder talks pranks, his forthcoming comic book convention, and why he no longer fears our robot overlords. The post How Steve Wozniak Got Over His Fear of Robots Turning People Into Pets appeared first on WIRED.
After its smash first year in 2016, Silicon Valley Comic Con is back. The three-day geek fest kicks off Friday in Downtown San Jose and runs through Sunday April 23, and legendary Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak will once more be presiding. The...Show More Summary
California's DMV recently confirmed that Apple, along with 29 other companies developing self-driving technology, has been issued a permit to begin testing autonomous vehicles. Business Insider recently sat down with Apple cofounderShow More Summary