Wednesday Feb 26
Teenage tech startup CEO to speak at EELive
When Thomas Sohmers speaks about his startup, the chief executive of Rex Computing doesn't sound like a 17- year-old.
Teenage CEO Speaks at EE Live
When Thomas Sohmers speaks about his startup, the chief executive of Rex Computing doesn't sound like a 17-year-old.
Coachella Before Coachella: The 1983 US Festival
In 1982, flush with cash, Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak wanted to throw "a big party" and create an '80s version of Woodstock that would combine a music festival with displays and demonstrations about emerging technologies, with a not-surprising emphasis on computers.
The Macalope: Look Who's Talking, Part Infinity
America's most adorable ragamuffin is back and still proving the age-old adage that "goofy co-founders say the darndest things."
The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
Steve Wozniak thinks modern dependence on cloud services comes with a loss of security
In just a few short years cloud technology has revolutionized how society interacts with computers in ways not seen since the introduction of the hard drive.
Silicon Alley Insider
Wozniak: Cloud Technology Just Isn't Safe From Surveillance
Steve Wozniak, the outspoken co-founder of Apple, seems to be particularly concerned about suspected NSA spying on the cloud, reports Richard Neiva of CNET.
Steve Wozniak Wants Apple To Release An Android Phone
While Apple may sometimes hope that he would keep quiet at times, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak often has some interesting words regarding his former employer.