Steve Wozniak in this Cameo video from repair activist Louis Rossmann speaks about the importance of right-to-repair and how it's helped bring his engineering projects to life.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will star in an upcoming reality show called 'The Woz', where with former Mythbusters star Kari Byron he'll show off the latest gadgets and future of technology.
When he's not co-starring in video games, Steve Wozniak is known for being an outspoken gadget-lover. Of course, one of his favorite subjects is Apple. And despite his affiliation with the company, he never seems to hold back his criticisms.
This proved true once again during a recent interview with the Woz at a TED event in Belgium. The Apple co-founder told TechCrunch that he's worried that Microsoft has surpassed the fruit company in innovation over the past few years...
Apple co-founder and former engineer Steve Wozniak is well known for being openly opinionated. He's gone on record with his thoughts on a number of Apple-related topics including the white iPhone 4 and his former partner, Steve Jobs.
Over the weekend, The Daily Beast published a report with some of Steve Woz's latest chatter. The Woz sounded off about the battery life of the iPhone 4S, his gripes with Siri, and why he thinks Android is better than iOS in a couple of areas...
Today marks Apple Inc's 35th birthday! On April 1, 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne formed Apple Computers. The company was formed so that Steve Wozniak could sell his hand-built Apple I personal computer kits.
It's hard to believe that the technology juggernaut now known as Apple Inc. was once operated out of a garage. Who would have known that, 35 years later, Apple would be second to only Exxon Mobil in market value...
It's a big day for Apple. The industry titan has released new MacBookPro models, an OS X Lion preview has been seeded to develepors, and the man himself, Steve Jobs, turns 56 years old today!
The world would be a much different place without Steve's influence on the technology sphere. He has been quoted admitting he never knew he would have such success when he started Apple with Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne in a garage circa 1976.
A couple of days ago, Alex wrote a post about Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak who had gone on record saying that the white iPhone 4 would be available soon. Oops, he did it again by confirming yet again to Engadget that the white iPhone 4 will be available in a short period of time.
The video below shows Woz dropping the white bomb on Engadget TV. I love the reason why he carries two iPhones with him all the time (to solve the battery problem). It's definitely worth a watch. Woz is the kind of guy you just want to listen to for hours. That's how I feel anyway...
Apple's co-founder, Steve Wozniak, recently confirmed that issues with the infamous white iPhone 4 are fixed and that the product would be ready to ship in the near future. In an interview with Engadget, Woz addressed some of the mysterious problems that have been preventing the white iPhone 4 from shipping.
According to Woz, the white paint was not the only problem with the mythical unicorn. The white iPhone parts were causing the iPhone's camera to malfunction.
In the interview, Woz claims that Apple has fixed the production line issues with the white iPhone 4, and that shipping should begin in the distant future...
Our favorite Apple walrus, Steve Wozniak, gave a mini sized press conference in Valencia, Spain last week. It's hard to imagine the big, cheerful fuzz king doing anything in small proportions, however the entire YouTube clip lasts just over 3 minutes. Of the topics "The Woz" was asked about and answered were, Apple & Google, the iPhone 4 antenna, Steve Jobs, and a feel-good recollection of his success as a young-spirited Apple enthusiast.
While there is nothing earth shattering revealed, (except maybe that beard ), it's nice seeing the big guy continuing to take his jolly approach to whatever comes his way. My favorite part of the clip comes at 2:10 when Wozniak states "While I do receive a small salary from Apple, I do virtually no real work". Well damn, that must be hard to get out of bed for each day. /sarcasm. No wonder he is always smiling.