• January 2013

    Meet Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak — version 2.0.

    That's the promise and premise of Jobs, a biopic due in April in which Ashton Kutcher (as Jobs) and Josh Gad portray the budding tech titans during the company's early days in the 1970s. The film, directed by Joshua Michael Stern, makes its world premiere as the closing-night film for the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 26.

  • December 2012

    On December 12, 1980, Apple launched its IPO (initial public offering) of its stock, selling 4.6 million shares at $22 per share with the stock symbol “AAPL” on the NASDAQ market.

    The shares sold out almost immediately and the IPO generated more capital than any IPO since Ford Motor Company in 1956. Instantly, about 300 millionaires, some 40 of which are Apple employees and investors, are created. That is more millionaires than any company in history had produced at that time. Steve Jobs, the largest shareholder, made $217 million dollars alone.

  • November 2012

    Do you have a hero you'd love to meet? It's not impossible. Entrepreneur Alex Debelov offers tips for not only meeting, but also forming relationships with those you admire.

  • November 2012
  • October 2012

    Marc Donahue and Sean Michael Williams, two filmmakers from the San Francisco Bay Area who work under the name Permagrin Films, have caught the attention of Hollywood celebrity Ashton Kutcher and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak with their highly surreal and, in Wozniak’s words, “visually astounding” time-lapse pieces on YouTube and Vimeo. They’ve already gained praise for their first video, “Dream Music: Part 1,” but its longer 8-minute sequel “Dream Music: Part 2” cements their role as cinematic geniuses.

  • October 2012

    The 62-year-old American, who co-founded the multibillion-dollar company with Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne, and designed its first computers, recently applied for Australian citizenship.

  • September 2012

    While Steve Wozniak is widely known as the co-founder of Apple, in recent years he has become known for his involvement with Utah-based flash memory vendor, Fusion-io. At the recent Fusion-io media event in Sydney, it was plain to see that Wozniak is the public face of the company and a media spokesman.

  • September 2012

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has indicated he is open to advising business and government on technology when he moves to Australia permanently within two years. Mr Wozniak told The Australian Financial Review he would base himself in Sydney as a “temporary residence” because of his inter­national travel and speaking commitments but was considering making his permanent home in Melbourne or Hobart because he preferred a cooler climate.

  • September 2012

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak flew to Australia to be among the first in the world to get his (he was seventh in line at the Apple store in Brisbane). Silicon Valley tech blogger Robert Scoble once again stood in line at the Palo Alto Apple store for more than 24 hours to get his – but he dutifully posted several articles and talked with a number of startup representatives while he was there.

  • September 2012

    What impresses us, though, is Steve's business card. It's a solid peice of etched metal, each one seemingly individually numbered, and thin enough to also be somewhat lethat if gripped a little too tight. Nonetheless, this is easily one of the coolest business cards we've ever seen, and a sure way to make sure you're not forgotten in a hurry.