At Silicon Valley Comic Con, Madame Tussauds unveiled its wax figurine of Steve Wozniak.
Silicon Valley Comic Con is coming up, and we spoke to co-founder Steve Wozniak about how the mashup of tech, gaming and pop culture came to be.
On today's show, we deep dive into the World Drone Prix, making music via face tracking, and Goodyear's spherical tire concept. We also welcome the one and only Steve Wozniak to the show, to discuss Silicon Valley Comic Con and future technology.
The Apple co-founder also says "machines won the war against humans," and the most important product Apple ever made was the App Store.
Technically Incorrect: The Apple co-founder seems to be moved by Samsung's virtual reality. He also seems sad that Apple hasn't shown its VR skirts yet.
Apple's co-founder isn't cool with corporate tax strategies, including those of his former company.
Technically Incorrect: The Apple co-founder tells Mashable that business school types who go into tech just want to make money.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says seeing himself as a life-size Madame Tussauds statue is "the greatest thing ever."
Tech goes hand-in-hand with sci-fi/fantasy/superhero culture at the first Comic Con hosted in Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak's hometown of San Jose, California.
Technically Incorrect: In a new short film about his life and experience, the Apple co-founder pleads for the centrality of the engineering function.