Release dates have been set for three upcoming LEGO movies. Anna Paquin talks about what it would take for her to return as Rogue, Stan Lee and Steve Wozniak announce the first Silicon Valley Comic Con, more.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is helping to launch a new event in San Jose, California, the Silicon Valley Comic Con, on March 19-20, 2016. Wozniak explained why he was helping to launch this new venture in a memo posted on the convention's website. Show More Summary
The co-creator of many of Marvel's biggest heroes and the co-founder of Apple have teamed together for a new conventions in San Jose.
Who wouldn't want to go to a convention hosted by these guys?
If you were to look at Steve Wozniak’s wrist today, you would see a very unusual watch. It lights up only when he lifts his wrist, costs over $350 and is hand-crafted. It’s also not an Apple Watch. “March and April are the two busiest months of my life each year,” explained the Apple co-founder who simply hasn’t had the time to order one. Show More Summary
Launching a startup can be a risky endeavor. Often it requires leaving a more comfortable, stable endeavor for a much less certain proposition. The motivation to take this leap of faith is unique to each founder. In this video interview, Steve Wozniak discusses leaving Hewlett Packard to start Apple Computer... Learn more >>
Images via Forget the diamond-encrusted $30,000 Apple Watch (or even just a regular one). All we want is this 3D-printed, fully functional watch inspired by Steve Wozniak's original 8-bit computer, the Apple II. "When I set out to design...Show More Summary
On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne established the Apple computer company and soon introduced the Apple-1 computer. (The company was incorporated in January 1977.) “His saga is the entrepreneurial creation myth...Show More Summary
Here’s your chance to get on stage with Woz! Sort of. Apple co-founder and Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist Steve Wozniak will participate in a moderated Q&A on creativity and innovation April 14 during the Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo in Santa Clara, California. Show More Summary
Wozniak isn't enthusiastic about the Apple Watch Edition. The post Steve Wozniak: Current Apple isn’t the Apple that “moved the world forward” appeared first on AppleTell.
When I think of young Steve Jobs, I typically picture the long-haired hippie who worked at Atari or the brilliant-but-immature co-founder who started Apple with Steve Wozniak. But here’s something I’ve not seen before: a photo of Jobs as a … Read more ›
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Steve Wozniak seems to have a complex relationship with both modern-day Apple and, particularly, the Apple Watch. In an interview at the Automate/Promat Show in Chicago yesterday, Apple’s co-founder said Apple’s foray into high-end wearables marks a very different turn for the … Read more ›
Steve Wozniak thinks he and co-founder Steve Jobs could never have found employment at the company they created together, had they been in their twenties in 2015. “I look at the experience and education levels you need to get a … Read more ›
Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should explore other high-volume markets, such as cars, and while he intends to buy an Apple Watch, it won’t be the high-end Edition, but rather the entry-level Sport. In an interview, Wozniak, who recently became an … Continue reading ?
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak isn’t feeling optimistic about the future of the human race, noting in a recent interview that computers will present a serious threat in the future, Venture Beat reports. Wozniak’s comments came during an interview with The...
The Super Rich Technologists Making Dire Predictions About Artificial Intelligence club gained another fear-mongering member this week: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. In an interview with the Australian Financial Review, Wozniak joined...Show More Summary
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak warns of robots taking over. In an interview with the The Australian Financial Review, Apple co-founder and programming whiz Steve Wozniak added his own grave predictions about artificial intelligence’s detrimental impact on the future of humanity to warnings from the likes of Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Stephen Hawking. “Computers are [...]
Tech pioneers like Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking, and Elon Musk have warned humanity of the dangers of AI for years, and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says he’s finally a beliver in the doomsday scenarios. “Computers are going to take over … Read more ›
It isn’t just Elon Musk and your neighbor with the fully functioning bomb shelter who think the robot revolution is not only inevitable, but that computers will win and ultimately, could possibly enslave humanity as a result: Apple co-founder...Show More Summary