“H equals S minus F,” Wozniak said. “Happiness equals Smiles minus Frowns. That’s what life’s all about.”

MOON TWP. -- It was befitting the age Steve Wozniak helped create: Following a Wednesday afternoon lecture at Robert Morris University, the co-founder of Apple Computers autographed the backs of dozens and dozens of iPhones.

I was hosting a show at the Punchline and Steve Wozniak (co-founder of Apple!) showed up. He was nice/bored enough to stick around afterward to chat people up and hand out his insanely cool, metal business cards. I still have mine.

Steve Wozniak, more fondly known as Woz, co-founded Apple with his friends Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne. He invented the Apple I and Apple II in the 70s before leaving Apple in 1987, but that certainly wasn't the end of Woz in the media. He's quite the chatterbox, and, here at Macworld, we rather enjoy trying to guess what on Earth he's going to say next.

Los Gatos' most famous town resident Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will be the featured speaker at the 2014 Local Search Association Conference April 27-29, 2014 in Huntington Beach. Los Gatos Patch messaged the "Woz" on Facebook to inquire what he would be speaking about, discussion topics and such.

On October 1st, five fortunate Sac High students and I were given the opportunity of a lifetime. We had a chance to meet Steve Wozniak at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown Sacramento .

Apple's Steve Jobs is known for his love of music and revolutionizing how we listen to it today. But did you know that the other Steve, Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak, had his hand in the music scene, too?

In the early '80s Wozniak put on a short-lived music event called US Festival through his UNUSON Corporation. The first installment took place on Labor Day 1982. The 1983 festival, its second and final edition, is coming to DVD. That year's event hosted acts including U2, David Bowie, Stevie Nicks, Van Halen, Judas Priest, INXS, Stray Cats and The English Beat, Men at Work, Berlin and Triumph as well as The Clash for one of the band's final performance

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- In this corner, it's Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. In that corner, it's phone phreaking pioneer Captain Crunch. Over there, it's Apple employee No. 1 Bill Fernandez, and across the room, there's Lee Felsenstein, the creator of the world's first mass-produced portable computer, the Osborne.

"We can’t say we think competition is good and then also say they are the enemy if they’re a competitor. I always think as a consumer. Even if I am working for Apple, I think as a consumer."

Steve Wozniak is clarifying his statements from last week about the iPad Air, and wants it to be clear that he never meant to snub the latest tablet from Apple.