Posted on Wed, 02/18/2015

The 64-year-old co-founder of Apple Inc. and inventor of the personal computer isn’t known for following straight lines. After his breakthrough invention changed how people use technology, he didn’t become the typical tech tycoon, but quit Apple, gave away much of his company stock, and went on to make remote controls and teach Grade 5 students.

Posted on Wed, 02/18/2015

Steve Wozniak arguably has one of the most creative and innovative brains in the history of technology. “Woz” played a huge part in the way we view the place of technology in our lives. In his book iWoz, the Apple co-founder talks about his inventions and his creative process. On creativity, he writes: I’m going to give you some advice that might be hard to take. That advice is: Work alone. Not on a committee. Not on a team. 

Posted on Tue, 02/17/2015

What a difference a few months makes. In a new interview for the BBC, Wozniak touches on everything from the new Steve Jobs movie, to rumors about an Apple car, to — yes — his thoughts on the Apple Watch. And if he wasn’t enthusiastic before, he certainly is now!

Posted on Tue, 02/17/2015

Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak has a crazy watch. In an interview with the BBC, published yesterday, he talks up his timepiece that uses "vacuum tubes" to function. It's a "high-power, high-voltage" device that harkens back to a bygone era, he describes.

Posted on Sun, 02/15/2015

As co-founder of computing giant Apple, Steve Wozniak - known affectionately in tech circles as Woz - is one of the most influential and respected men in the industry.

Posted on Sun, 02/15/2015

As co-founder of computing giant Apple, Steve Wozniak - known affectionately in tech circles as Woz - is one of the most influential and respected men in the industry.

Posted on Sun, 02/15/2015

As co-founder of computing giant Apple, Steve Wozniak - known affectionately in tech circles as Woz - is one of the most influential and respected men in the industry.

Posted on Wed, 02/04/2015

Steve Wozniak built the first Apple computer, alongside Steve Jobs, back in 1976. As such, he is credited with inventing the personal computer and heralding a new age of technology. So he is often asked to opine on all matters tech, usually to record crowds. His upcoming visit to Montreal on Feb. 16, as a guest of the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal, is already sold out.

Posted on Thu, 01/22/2015

Apple Inc. cofounder Steve Wozniak is not a professional musician by any means, but his guitar collection has some impressive pieces.

Among the items are an instrument he bought in Moscow during a show he financed for famed promoter Bill Graham, one of the first self-tuning Robot Guitars, and a Gibson Hummingbird presented to him by the guitar maker's chief executive, Henry Juszkiewicz.

Posted on Tue, 01/20/2015

Steve Wozniak would be the first to admit he’s no great shakes on the guitar. But most people probably wouldn’t hold that against him seeing as he, along with Steve Jobs, co-founded Apple Computer Inc. (now Apple Inc.), a company that radically changed the world as we know it. He designed Apple’s first line of products, the Apple I and Apple II, and also influenced the popular Macintosh computers. Along the way, his involvement in the world of technology has come to affect nearly everyone on the planet.