Steve Wozniak

Facebook

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Announces He’s Over Facebook

Woz says he’s done with the social media platform, over privacy concerns.
Samantha Cole
4.9.18
the woz

Steve Wozniak Says He Got Ripped Off By a Bitcoin Scammer

The Woz got scammed thanks to credit cards, really.
Jordan Pearson
2.27.18
Tedium

The 80s Software Program That Made Email Famous

Even as die-hard Eudora users held on, it couldn’t. Did we lose something great?
Ernie Smith
12.6.17
the singularity

The Musk/Zuckerberg Dustup Represents a Growing Schism in AI

Two distinct visions for the future of AI are emerging.
Frank White
8.3.17
What Is the iPhone?

Apple’s Third Co-Founder Has Never Used an iPhone and Has No Regrets

83-year-old Ronald G. Wayne designed Apple’s first logo and cashed out his 10 percent share for just $800. But he would do it again in a heartbeat.
Madeline Moitozo
7.11.17
Apple

Steve Wozniak Was My Computer Teacher in 1995

The Apple co-founder spent his own money, and more importantly, lots of his own time, showing us public school kids how to use the early internet.
Madeline Moitozo
12.7.16
Film

Performing 'Steve Jobs'

Aaron Sorkin's film takes a deep look at Steve Job's life on the public stage.
Brian Merchant
10.7.15
Film

How Steve Jobs Drew on Myth to Build the Cult of Apple

A new documentary spotlights the spiritualism at work in Jobs's tech empire.
Whitney Mallett
9.2.15
video

The First Full Length Trailer for ‘Steve Jobs’ Is Out Today

Michael Fassbender plays the Apple icon in the new film written by Aaron Sorkin and adapted from Walter Isaacson’s biography.
Alix Jean-Pharuns
7.1.15
Motherboard

Twilight of the Phreaks: The Fates of the 10 Best Early Hackers

Before "Anonymous and LulzSec":http://motherboard.vice.com/2011/12/21/2011-was-the-year-of-anonymous, before "warez":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warez bulletin boards, before logins and passwords, before everything, there was phreaking.The first waves...
Abraham Riesman
3.9.12
Motherboard Blog

Fullscreen: Hackers: Wizards of the Electronic Age (1984)

"They are shy, sweet, incredibly brilliant and, I think, more effective in pushing the culture around now in good ways than almost any group I can think of." A lot has changed about hackers and how people perceive them. But at least the last part of...
Janus Kopfstein
8.26.11