Steve "Woz" Wozniak thinks Apple is poised to take wearables to the next level. But unlike smartphones and tablets, wearables may prove a tougher sell to consumers -- including him.
Steve Wozniak, the outspoken Apple co-founder, also says in an email to CNET that he's worried Beats is just a fad.
In an impassioned defense of Net neutrality, the Apple co-founder muses what it would have been like if Apple had charged by the number of bits used.
Speaking at CeBit in Germany, Apple's co-founder says he understands why some think Edward Snowden is a traitor, but he's not one of them. Moreover, he believes Apple is the purest of all the tech companies.
In an interview, the Apple co-founder says that by releasing an Android phone as a secondary phone, it could take advantage of the Android market.
In an interview with the BBC, the ever-quotable Apple co-founder laments that the iPhone can't have the best of Android too.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says he tossed out all the Android devices he's spoken so lovingly of in the past.
Apple's co-founder seems generally underwhelmed by Apple's new product announcements. He prefers things a little more "high-end."
CEO Tim Cook delivers on a promise to move into a new product category, making a foray into wearable devices with the Apple Watch. Plus: Bigger-screen iPhones and a mobile service called Apple Pay.
In an interview, Apple's co-founder offers up the "almost treasonous" idea that Apple should work with Chinese partners to create a totally different phone.