• 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.

  • January 2011

    We've never had a guest on The Engadget Show that inspired quite as much excitement as Steve Wozniak -- the crowd was pumped and the Woz was in full effect. Josh and Woz talked for a full 40 minutes about everything from Woz's white iPhone to the future of server storage to anecdotes about Apple, and it's all topped off with a little creative currency manipulation, as Woz promises us his custom $2 bills can get us "arrested, but not convicte

  • December 2010

    On January 13th, the seven-year-old Computer History Museum will open its first truly full-blown permanent exhibit:, the 25,000-square-foot, $19 million "Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing.

  • December 2010

    Steve Wozniak spent Thursday morning right where he belongs: at Mountain View's Computer History Museum. If it weren't such a cruel notion, the museum should put him in a glass case and add him to its new, $19 million makeover, set to open next month. The Woz is a treasure, a genuine Silicon Valley article and a fascinating artifact in his own way. Which is how he does things -- in his own way.

  • December 2010

    Mountain View, California (CNN) -- The world has mostly caught on to Steve Wozniak's vision of having a computer in every home. But this digital lifestyle can sometimes turn rotten, he said last week.

  • December 2010

    Long ago, two teenagers named Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak met in California, and to make a long story short ... now we can't put down our iPhones. "The Woz" is one of the founders of Apple and a legend in computing. We've invited Steve to play a game called "This apple don't need no Genius Bar." Three questions about actual apples.