Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says YouTube has for months allowed scammers to use his name and likeness as part of a phony bitcoin giveaway similar to one that was quickly extinguished by Twitter last week.
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has said he believes the company should have split into different divisions years ago, as he called for greater competition among big technology firms.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak doesn’t want to wait for a folding iPhone.
Ronald Wayne. Never heard of him, right? Most people haven’t. Yet he one of the triumvirate who co-founded Apple, alongside the two Steves – Jobs and Wozniak. As Apple, today the world’s most valuable company by market capitalisation, celebrates the 40th
While titans like Apple, Microsoft and Google are grappling for global dominance, ordinary people around the world have begun tinkering with gadgets again. Just look at the Raspberry Pi. It’s barely bigger than a credit card and costs less than R250, but the Pi is a fully fledged computer. Hook it up to your TV and a
In an interview with TechCentral, Steve Wozniak says Apple, the company he co-founded with Steve Jobs in 1976, should have taken a more open approach with its iOS operating system and should have developed two separate iPhones
In this special edition of TalkCentral’s podcast, TalkCentral, we bring you a special, half-hour interview with Apple co-founder and legendary computer industry figure Steve Wozniak. TalkCentral editor Duncan McLeod asked Wozniak
Steven Levy was not interested in technology when he growing up. Rather, he was into music in a big way. Coming of age in the 1960s, he wanted to be a music critic because they were almost like rock stars themselves. But the times were, unfortunately, a-changin’
Walter Isaacson centres Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography on a single idea: that Jobs was an artist working at the intersection of the liberal arts and the technology industry. Jobs emerges from the pages of the enthralling biography as a figure who would be as at
No one wanted Steve Jobs when he was born. His biological father was a young Syrian professor at the University of Wisconsin, his mother a graduate student. Her family would not allow them to marry and she was forced to give him up for adoption in the bitter