• February 2012

    iMagazine i Makowe ABC rozmawiają o newsach ze świata Apple. Released 15 2 12

  • February 2012

    Apple Computer, Inc., co-founder Steve Wozniak, whose engineering feat was the catalyst to transform Santa Clara Valley into Silicon Valley, sold out the 600-seat house at Santa Clara University's Louis B. Mayer Theatre January 26. Wozniak's local-boy-makes-good story is legendary: A middleclass kid is born in San Jose in 1950, grows up in Sunnyvale, graduates from Homestead High School in Cupertino, and attends De Anza Community College. The self-described young "geeky nerd" with a passion for engineering builds the first personal computer and—with a little marketing help from his late friend Steve Jobs—changes not just Santa Clara Valley but the world.

  • January 2012

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said Monday he's not optimistic the effort to kill the flawed Stop Online Piracy Act will succeed. On Friday legislators in the United States indefinitely shelved the SOPA bill and its equally controversial sister, the Protect Intellectual Property Act, in the face of a backlash led by Google, Wikipedia and a host of other online companies.

  • January 2012

    Steve Wozniak will be a featured speaker this spring at Des Moines Area Community College’s West Des Moines campus. The Apple Computer co-founder will offer a keynote address at 1 p.m. on March 8 in conjunction with the school’s iWeek celebration — a program designed to promote creative and innovative thought.

  • January 2012

    President's Speaker Series: Steve Wozniak -- From Garage to Global Importance: the Rise of the PC THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012 7:30 PM TO 9:00 PM Engineering School of - Dean's Office Office of Marketing and Communications President's Office

  • January 2012

    Ever wonder what it would be like to put two of the biggest icons among geeks into the same room? Well wonder no longer avid VentureBeat reader. VentureBeat Founder and Editor-In-Chief Matt Marshall had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and legendary actor Leonard Nimoy on stage at the VentureBeat/DEMO Enterprise Disruption event last night.

  • January 2012

    Steve Wozniak and the Fusion-io team announce their newest product.

  • December 2011

    Singapore is far too straight-laced, says Apple co-founder and engineering hero Steve Wozniak, and employers should let their workers wear T-shirts. Speaking this morning, Woz told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that a counterculture ethos was vital for creativity and it had a continuing influence on Apple. And a counterculture ethos meant letting people wear what they want to, he said.

  • December 2011

    Allowing a counterculture to develop is vital to creating companies that will revolutionise an industry, according to Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple. Speaking to Evan Davis for a BBC 2 programme about his former business partner Steve Jobs, he said that allowing creativity in the early days of Apple was far more important than how you dressed or the length of your hair.

  • November 2011

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak visited Moscow on Tuesday for the fourth annual Innovation Convention to inspire a room overflowing with young, aspiring entrepreneurs to abandon their fears and think "outside the box." "A lot of people are afraid," Wozniak said. "When you grow up, you go to school and they teach you the answers are in the book … you go to the book and find out how something is done. If you are smart, you can actually start to think it out, work it out to write the book yourself."