Thirty-eight years after the famous club had its first meetings, spawning Apple and many other companies, many of its members got together to share stories of the beginnings of the PC era.
Nearly 100 original members of the famous club came out the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., to toast 38 years of membership and the huge achievements of its members.
On November 11, surviving club members who helped spawn the personal computer revolution will reunite to celebrate their legacy.
The Chaos Computer Club says it has bypassed the biometric security system by making a copy of a fingerprint photographed on a glass surface.
Security researchers confirm that a member of the Chaos Computer Club has successfully hacked Apple's iPhone 5S Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
German hacker group the Chaos Computer Club claims to have hacked Apple's Touch ID fingerprint scanner using "easy everyday means".
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says that going to Homebrew Computer Club meetings taught him a lot that was useful in creating Apple. The Club nurtured the dream that each person could have a home computer.
At the Homebrew Computer Club's 30th anniversary party, Steve Wozniak reminisces about writing hexadecimal codes. Former club president Lee Felsenstein and club member Allen Baum then praise Woz as the world's fastest code typer.
Apple co-founder tells the Homebrew Computer Club 30th anniversary crowd about building Apples on the cheapest parts and processors that could be found.
In the early morning hours at a crowded dance club, a high-tech DJ creates a one-man symphony on his computer.