• 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.

  • September 2012

    It is perhaps fitting that students at a school focused on technology, science and math met on their first day of school one of the pioneers of 20th and 21st century technology. Apple Computer co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak paid a visit to Tech Valley High School on Thursday, touring the school, meeting students, faculty and fellow business supporters of TVHS, and answering questions during a 90-minute stop at the East Greenbush campus.

  • September 2012

    Wozniak also took a shot at Apple over the iPhone. After admitting he’s “always excited” when an iPhone launch approaches, he indicated that it was about time Apple introduced a smartphone with a decent camera. “A better quality on the pictures will mean a lot, because when I show people pictures on my iPhone 4 and my Galaxy S3, they always say the Galaxy S3 — or even the Motorola Razr — pictures look better,” Wozniak noted.

  • September 2012

    Steve Wozniak turned his talent for electronics into a billion-dollar company, and it all started when he was at college. Wozniak was studying at the University of California in Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences.