• December 2017

    Progress is a term that has become more and more relative with the passage of time. Right from the advent of technology, man has broken new ground with almost each passing fortnight, and has forayed into realms previously thought to be unreachable and beyond human comprehension.

  • September 2017

    GEELONG’S growing tech and start-up culture will be given a national boost when Apple icon Steve Wozniak headlines a public event in the city.

  • August 2017

    Entrepreneur hero? Steve Wozniak has always impressed me. I was fortunate enough to attend a talk of his when I was in high school, and someone asked about the crazier stories from his tenure at Apple. In the early days of computing, Steve Jobs had invited him to join a trade show (CES, for those familiar). Wozniak, being his prideful self, didn't want to come unless he had something to show for it. So he took a week off, locked himself in his room and produced the floppy drive.

  • August 2017

    Cybereason, the leading provider of behavioral-based enterprise attack protection, including endpoint detection and response, next-generation antivirus, and active monitoring services, today announces its inaugural industry event: DEEP 2017. This invite-only forum will feature dynamic thought leaders from the security industry and beyond including Steve Wozniak and Dan Ariely. Taking place on October 3rd and 4th at the Liberty Hotel in Boston, the format will include short, thoughtful talks that ask deep and smart questions and inspire audience participation.

  • June 2017

    Christie's New York sold the computer to an unidentified buyer. The computer was built by Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs in Jobs' garage in the Silicon Valley in Los Altos, Calif. It launched Apple into the personal computer industry and led to desktops, laptops, cellphones and watches. Forty-one years later, Apple is the world's most valuable brand at $170 billion, according to Forbes in May.

  • June 2017

    Steve Jobs is remembered as the tech genius of Apple, but Apple co-founder Wozniak was the real genius. Back In 1971, he hacked a phone network and made a machine circuit that enables free international phone calls, and Jobs made it into a product and sold them at 150 dollars each. When Apple's first computer was rolled out, Wozniak created new technologies and Jobs communicated with the market to get a grasp of demand. Jobs was a great supporter of the genius, says Brent Schlender, one of the premiere chroniclers of the personal computer revolution and who has known Jobs for 25 years.

  • April 2017

    The Living Computers: Museum Labs recently opened a permanent exhibition dedicated to the first two decades of Apple,  I caught up with the Museum’s executive director Lath Carlson to find out more.

  • March 2017

    Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak's relationship began well before the two launched Apple in 1976.

  • February 2017

    Also pretty fascinating is how the SSAFE project sparred against Apple's second-most-famous founder, Steve Wozniak. In a November 1979 memo, a member of the team named Joe Shelton details testing protection schemes against "Woz's hardware assisted procedure to copy the diskettes." He suggests that this might be a standard for measuring the project's success: "If only someone with Woz's expertise can copy software protected with the current scheme, might it be protection enough?" The remainder of the documents show continued debates about the kind of software protection that's practical for Apple's systems, but the archive ends before detailing much in the way of concrete results. As we know, the business challenge of software piracy has yet to be completely solved, by Apple or anyone else.

  • February 2017

    Apple on Wednesday announced that workers will start boarding its futuristic new "spaceship" campus in Silicon Valley in April, fulfilling a vision set out by late founder Steve Jobs.