Some big names in the computing industry give us a peak at the hardware that tickles their fancy.
One famous computer pioneer, Steve Wozniak, takes us for a ride into his world of play. But beware when the Woz is behind the wheel in a game of Segway polo. Billionaire Michael Dell tells us what kind of home computer system he has; price would be no object, we understand. And 60 years after the first computer was revealed to the public, we look at the original computing pioneers and the innovators who followed.
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We found Steve Wozniak scooting around the polo field at the Maker Faire in April. In this video, our camera catches the Apple co-founder bonking a pedestrian with the ball.
Dell's founder and chairman, Michael Dell, talks with CNET News.com's Tom Krazit and answers that question. Dell describes his PC set-up at home--one that has his own name on it, of course.
Tech pioneers remember their first computers, talk about the first PC clone, the Homebrew Computer Club and why pricing Apples at $666.66 seemed like a good idea.