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Apple co-founder joins Danger board

Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak has taken a seat on Danger's board of directors. Danger, which will introduce its mobile computing device and service early next year, named Wozniak to join Redpoint Ventures founding partner Jeff Brody, Mobius Venture Capital Managing Director Greg Galanos, and Danger founders Andy Rubin, Joe Britt and Matt Hershenson on the board. In addition to founding Apple and helping design its groundbreaking personal computing products, Wozniak is the recipient of the National Medal of Technology. This is his first corporate board position in more than four years.

Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak has taken a seat on Danger's board of directors. Danger, which will introduce its mobile computing device and service early next year, named Wozniak to join Redpoint Ventures founding partner Jeff Brody, Mobius Venture Capital Managing Director Greg Galanos, and Danger founders Andy Rubin, Joe Britt and Matt Hershenson on the board.

In addition to founding Apple and helping design its groundbreaking personal computing products, Wozniak is the recipient of the National Medal of Technology. This is his first corporate board position in more than four years.