Macnn reports that an eBay seller from Lebanon, Ohio managed to sell an original and unmodified Apple II computer for $6,100. Naturally the listing has been removed from the auction site, but the computer was reportedly in full working condition and even included the original Integer ROMs at the time of sale.
The Apple II computer originally retailed for a minimum of $1,298 (with 4KB of RAM) back in 1977.
DEMO Announces DEMO Enterprise: An Evening of Innovation, January 5, 2012 in San Francisco, CA
FRAMINGHAM, MA, Nov 16, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- DEMO, the world's leading launch conference platform for emerging technology and trends, today announced DEMO Enterprise: An Evening of Innovation, sponsored by DEMO alumnus Fusion-io, on January 5, 2012 at the Temple Night Club in San Francisco, CA. Fusion-io Chief Scientist Steve Wozniak will appear as a special guest at this invitation only event, which will showcase today's top innovations for the enterprise from six student-run startups. A DEMO Innovation party, open to DEMO alumni, the development community, media and venture capitalists, will conclude the evening.
Starting in Steve Jobs’ garage 35 years ago, two young entrepreneurs created a company that has widely come to represent innovation and technology.
Steve “Woz” Wozniak spoke to young entrepreneurs and professors about his role in the formation of Apple and offered advice to budding enterprisers yesterday during the third annual Entrepreneurship Day.
The Co-Founder of Apple Computers Inc. Steve Wozniak has arrived in Armenia.
Today Steve Wozniak had a meeting with the Armenian IT business community representatives. He received a Certificate of Honor from Synopsis Armenia for his humanistic vision, enthusiasm and boundless energy in promoting innovation in the spirit of entrepreneurship around the world and in Armenia.
YEREVAN. - Armenia’s president Serzh Sargsyan hosted co-founder of “Apple Computers” cooperation Steve Wozniak. During their meeting Armenia’s president presented him with an award for his contribution to World IT sphere.
Apple Computer, Inc., co-founder Steve "Woz" Wozniak expressed strong interest and support for wind turbines and the wind power industry in a special keynote speech at the American Wind Energy Association Fall Symposium last week, saying of wind turbines, “I wish my home were overlooking a whole array of them. I just love them.”
Like all Apple user groups around the world (Apple computer clubs), the members of the Apple Corps of Dallas were collectively and personally saddened at the passing of Steve Jobs. We dedicated our October 2011 meeting to sharing our memories and favorite stories about him and his life. There are two Steve's in Apple's history and it is hard to separate their lives. So, as part of our meeting honoring Steve Jobs, my tribute video includes a little known story of an experience that cemented their relationship. In fact, Steve Jobs says that without this experience there would have been no Apple Computer Company.
"His name is Steve. He likes to do pranks like you do, and he’s also into building electronics like you."
When Bill Fernandez introduced Steve Wozniak to Steve Jobs, he unwittingly changed computing history. The two were friends almost immediately, each impressed with the other's intelligence and abilities, and would go on to form Apple in 1976.
But before they did that, they played some awesome pranks around their hometown, both alone and as a team.
Apple is known for offering the best customer service in the consumer technology market, and the company scores above its competitors in customer satisfaction surveys every year.
A particular story tells of how an Apple store manager broke a rule during the Steve Jobs’ celebration yesterday to earn a new, 10-year-old customer for life.