• August 2011

    Piers Morgan interviewed Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak last night, who discussed growing up with Steve Jobs, the resignation and more. Wozniak discussed the legacy of Jobs. "Giving mankind the most useful, helpful tools we've ever had," he said. "The ones that we not only use, but we love."

  • August 2011

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak lauded Steve Jobs as “the greatest technology business leader of our time,” saying the the company will be just fine as Jobs steps down. Wozniak spoke out to Bloomberg in response to Jobs’ resignation, praising him for his leadership and successes with a variety of services and products. “He’s always going to be remembered, at least for the next hundred years, as the greatest technology business leader of our time,” Wozniak said.

  • August 2011

    Aug. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Inc., talks about Steve Jobs's resignation from Apple Inc. and his performance as chief executive officer of the company. He speaks with Emily Chang and Cory Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

  • August 2011

    As the sun sets on the Steve Jobs era, many are looking back to Apple’s founding days. And it’s impossible to look at Apple’s history without mentioning co-founder Steve Wozniak. Wozniak and Jobs were high-school friends who formed Apple when they were 26 and 21, respectively. Wozniak left the company in 1987 but remains on its payroll. In April, Wozniak told Reuters that he would consider returning to Apple if asked, though he said that the company could probably afford to be a little more open.

  • August 2011

    A neat interview with Woz in1984.

  • August 2011

    It's hard to imagine a personal computer industry without Steve Wozniak as its first true game-changing inventor. As original co-founder with Steve Jobs of Apple, Wozniak single-handledly invented the Apple I and Apple II. Those clean, elegant and ingenious designs inspired generations of engineers to come. (If you've one, leave a message for him below. I know he'd love to hear from you).

  • July 2011

    Deliverng a keynote address at 1105 Media's FOSE conference, Wozniak -- now chief scientist at Fusion IO -- told several stories of the early days of Apple, including a lesson that he and Steve Jobs learned early on. "If the technology is the master of the human, then the human has to change his ways" to use it, he said. "That's a bad way to go. You should always make the human more important."

  • July 2011

    Wozniak ends his speech saying, "We have a lot of great problems in the world. Problems with resources, problems with humanity, problems with wars, and the solutions in my mind are all with engineers, mathematics, with figuring how to build things, create things, and change this world and improve it. That's your job. Thank you very much"

  • June 2011

    Ron and Steve discuss Steve%u2019s personal history, the early days of Apple, what Steve is up to nowadays, and what Steve thinks of the evolution of the computer industry since he and Steve Jobs launched their fledgling startup in April of 1976.

  • June 2011

    MONTREAL-2014 Concordia University granted six honorary doctorates during spring convocation ceremonies, including one to the co-founder of Apple Computer. Steve Wozniak was recognized during a ceremony Wednesday by the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science for his "revolutionary contributions to personal computing and technological innovation," as well as his philanthropic work.