• June 2011

    Steve Wozniak will always be known as one of the Steves who founded Apple (AAPL). And there is no question he was a key force in shaping the company that played a major role in shaping the personal computer revolution and Silicon Valley itself. But he is a Renaissance geek, a guy who's sponsored rock festivals, taught fifth-graders and supported the Silicon Valley ballet, the Children's Discovery Museum and any number of valley causes. Though Silicon Valley is still home, Wozniak is currently the chief scientist for Fusion-io, a Salt Lake City-based storage company that went public last week.

  • June 2011

    First and foremost, while attending the Design Automation Conference (DAC) last week, I was fortunate enough to meet " The Woz," Steve Wozniak - co-founder of Apple Computer. Actually, when I come to think about it, I've been really lucky over the years, because I've had the opportunity to meet quite a few folks who dramatically affected the world in which we now live.

  • June 2011

    Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer in 1976, was interviewed live on stage at the Design Automation Conference (DAC 2011) by San Jose Mercury News columnist Mike Cassidy on a wide range of topics, including the 'joy' of engineering and following your passion to convert innovative ideas into reality. Wozniak provided a unique insight into the vision that started the largest and most successful technology company in the world. In this segment from his keynote speech, Wozniak talks about his fondness for gadgets.

  • April 2011

    I could care less about hearing what a politician has to say. Hollywood bores me to tears. And I have no desire to meet whoever the latest rock star is (especially if the Bieber craze is still going on). Instead, my meaning of rock star is more in line with the old Intel campaign and Woz is, in my opinion, the Jim Morrison/Jimi Hendrix/Joan Jett/whoever-you-like rock star of the tech world

  • March 2011

    Video: Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple speaks about innovation and creativity at DRIVE, a series of talks organised by the Work Development Agency together with Nex U.

  • March 2011

    In this May 17, 1986 photo, Steve Wozniak receives his Bachelor of Science degree for electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California, Berkeley. Wozniak first enrolled at Berkeley in 1971, quit school and co-founded Apple, and later returned using the name Rocky Raccoon Clark to avoid recognition.

  • February 2011

    Co-Founder of Apple, Mr. Steve Wozniak (Woz) needs no introduction. He was the engineering force behind Apple I & II that led to revolution in the personal computing throughout the world in 1970s. He was inducted into the inventors hall of fameand prestigious Heinz Award for Technology. After quitting Apple in 1985, Woz dedicated his energies to mathematics, electronics and philanthropic activities. We salute this legendary engineer for his creations and feel proud to bring you our exclusive Small Talk with Steve Wozniak -

  • January 2011

    Gizmodo.com hosts a number of videos featuring Woz.

  • January 2011

    Brian Lindley boldly targeted the top of his fantasy list while brainstorming for a keynote speaker for the No-till on the Plains Winter Conference, and he snared Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak.

  • January 2011

    Steve Wozniak made an appearance this week at the Computer History Museum, which is opening a $19 million exhibit Thursday entitled, Revolution: The First 2,000 Years of Computing. In front of the Homebrew Computer Club section, the co-founder of Apple talked about all of the artifacts that were created in the early era of personal computers.