• March 2016

    Donald Trump is a very rude person. Would I ever want a child of mine to grow up talking that nastily about other people? Absolutely not. It just offends me. I watched what’s going to be an ad, I guess, of him making comments about women and I was just crying out loud, right here in this chair in my office, just crying out loud at the things that he said.

  • March 2016

    Published on Mar 7, 2016 CONAN Highlight: As a strong proponent of privacy and human rights, Steve stands firmly with Apple.

  • February 2016

    "With court orders and whatnot, I think that Apple would respond," Wozniak said, "But this case is more like, 'Should you build in a backdoor you can always find out what someone has,' then they can not have a realm of privacy, and I'm on privacy's side."

  • February 2016

    SAN FRANCISCO — Talking to Steve Wozniak should be a sanctioned sport. Keep up if you can. In a span of seconds, you’ll hear about his preference for low-cost lodging (he's partial to Motel 8 due to its free WiFi), frustration with his slow at-home broadband (which monkeys with his beloved Big Bang Theory), and regrets about not buying a DeLorean in the '80s (though now he'd love a self-driving car).

  • February 2016

    If you were starting an event that sat at the intersection of technology and pop culture, you could scarcely imagine a better founding myth than one involving an encounter between Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak and Marvel impresario Stan Lee. As the designer of the Apple II's hardware and software, Woz played a monumental role in the personalization of computers that ushered in the era that would bring us not just PCs but smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, smart TVs, and much more. And the Marvel comics that Lee co-created and wrote in the 1960s are the stuff that modern myths are made of.

  • February 2016

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is helping to create the inaugural Silicon Valley Comic Con, which will be held from March 18-20, 2016, in San Jose, Calif. (Jeff Chiu/Associated Press)

  • November 2015

    The Apple Inc. co-founder received a Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurial Mentoring award. In his talk, he shared the request he makes of people he helps, delivering a message that resonates with the HEMP mission: “I would say the way you pass it on, the way you pay me back, is when you’re successful and you have something, you give it to others. You give it to others and help them.”

  • November 2015

    The evening started with a lifetime achievement award ceremony, which honored powerful HEMP mentors such as Ewing Kauffman, Henry W. Bloch, Ray Pitman Sr. and Barnett C. Helzberg Jr.; Wozniak was also presented with an award at the end of the event.

  • September 2015

    You've now had a chance to watch the rough cut of the film. What were your impressions of it?
    I've actually seen two rough cuts. My impression was I was shocked and amazed at how good it was in the sense of professional filmmaking.
    I usually go to a movie not looking for "do I like the story" as much as: "What is the quality that came out of the heads of the people that made it?"
    In this case the filmmakers have done an award-winning job. The acting was just so realistic.

  • August 2015

    Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak said he doesn’t recognize himself in the new trailer for the coming biopic “Steve Jobs,” but he doesn’t mind — it’s Hollywood. In the clip released Wednesday, Wozniak, who is played by Seth Rogen, confronts Jobs and accuses his partner of hogging the credit for their creations, and those of others. That never happened, he said.