Jobs, Wozniak and others discussing the beginnings of Apple. Paul Terrell's recollection of the "emergency call" from Jobs in the beginning of the clip.
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, and actor Kevin Bacon will visit Orlando in July to attend the Global Business Travel Association Convention.
WOZ THAT YOU SAY? That’s right, we said “Woz”…as in Steve Wozniak. We’re very excited to bring you the best in innovation at FTF, including a morning with Woz. He’ll be our Wednesday keynote speaker. The designer of the Apple I and Apple II (remember how revolutionary those were?!), Woz is an inventor, electronics engineer and computer programmer who co-founded Apple Computer with Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne. Join Woz for a conversation about technical innovation, the evolution of connected devices and his vision of what’s next.
And now, some breaking news from 1977: There is a new company in California that makes computer kits for individual hobbyists. It's called The Apple Computer Company, according to Kilobaud magazine, and it looks like it might be a huge hit.
Wozniak came to Springfield through chance and generosity. He had events in Buffalo and Boston, with a few days off in between, so he came to the city for a discount. Sponsors leapt at the opportunity to put on the event
SPRINGFIELD – Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak spoke with MassLive before his talk at the MassMutual Center Friday night, touching on subjects like technology startups and improving the nation's education system.
And, as the person who did all the hardcore electronics at the nascent Apple, he deserves to be given an equal nod alongside Jobs. Woz. I’m calling it now. The next waxwork will be Woz.
It’s time for the Cult of Mac to mobilize. Apple co-founder, Segway enthusiast and all-around snuggly bear Steve Wozniak has won many honors and awards over the years, but this could be the greatest one yet: He’s up to be turned into a wax figure at Madame Tussauds!
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak announced he and legendary comic book creator Stan Lee were teaming up to launch the Silicon Valley Comic Con next March in San Jose -- it's like the gods of pop culture and technology had a baby.
A collector will sell a rare Apple-1 personal computer on eBay this week, with 10% of the proceeds going to the ALS Association, a non-profit that raises money for research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also called "Lou Gehrig's Disease." Microsoft buries Lync with Skype for Business rollout Microsoft today began distributing the revamped Lync client, dubbed Skype for Business since last READ NOW Bob Luther, who sold a different Apple-1 through Christie's late last year for $365,000, will post the vintage computer on eBay at 4 p.m. PT Monday. Luther will donate 10% of that sale to the ALS Association, and either 50% or 100% of several other Apple-related items that will also be listed on the online auction site today.