• February 2013

    Thanks Paul Laughton for your donation of this superb collection of 1978 documents detailing the agreement and specification and code for the creation of the Apple II "DOS" (Disk Operating System). Paul authored the actual Apple II DOS to its release, see his story here. We are seeking people to help us OCR these letters and also the two source code listings making them ready to release for assembly of original pre-release Apple II DOS. Contact us if you would be willing to help!.

  • January 2013

    Today, we get another look at how the cast is shaping up. This time, it’s Josh Gad as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.

  • January 2013

    A 1976 original Apple I computer, designed and built by Steve Wozniak, sold at auction in Germany for more than half a million dollars to an unknown buyer by the Internet.

  • January 2013

    So we thought checking out some recent tweets of the good-natured and highly inquisitive Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak might provide something very interesting or provocative, especially in the context of all the Apple headlines out there recently. (Mr. Wozniak, of course, has already delivered his 2013 IT forecasts, as chronicled by Forbes here.)

  • January 2013

    Last year, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak gave Gizmodo readers some insight into the amazing contents of his travel backpack, and revealed that he needed a whopping seven containers to get through airport security.

  • 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.