• July 2010

    In the new season, Mayim Bialik will return as a potential girlfriend for Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak will make a guest appearance as himself.

  • June 2010

    Barbados beats Germany. Watch the video.

  • June 2010

    The tournament is named after the man who has become the (inter)face of the sport. An early adopter of Segway Inc.'s human transporter, Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak has been a vocal proponent of the innovation and amusement to be had behind the Segway's handlebar.

  • May 2010

    Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak weighs in on the success of the company’s latest gadget and why he joined Fusion-IO.

  • May 2010

    Silicon Valley has long accepted its role as inventor of technology's Next Big Thing, but with that came a corresponding acceptance of certain shortcomings in the athletic arena. Until six years ago, when the pudgy and the pale climbed aboard tech's nerdiest toy — the Segway personal transportation device — and attempted to create a little geek chic with Segway polo.

  • April 2010

    The Woz was an audience favorite on the TV reality competition Dancing with the Stars.

  • April 2010

    The co-founder of Apple talks about his favorite robotics competition (FIRST Robotics), raising his kids, and encouraging students to be creative thinkers.

  • April 2010

    The co-founder of Apple talks about hosting Camp Woz at his home and teaching public school kids in Los Gatos.

  • February 2010

    "I grew up with very strong feeling of wanting to be a good person; I wanted to help others. I don’t like to stomp on people. I don’t want to think of some people as “special” and others not. I’m not interested in acting like I’m above others. Ironically, equal treatment of others really gets in the way of good management because I want to be fair to everyone."

  • January 2010

    On Leadership: Steve Wozniak, Apple co-founder and Fusion-io chief scientist, on Steve Jobs' leadership style, managing creative thinkers and "stretching new technologies." (Video by Elizabeth Tenety, Andrea Useem)