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Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak talk about the company’s beginnings (Video)

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In this vintage nine-minute video, cofounders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak looked back at some of it, dating all the way back to 1976’s Apple I.   The speaker at the start of the video is Paul Terrell, who founded one of the world’s first computer stores, the Byte Shop, in Mountain View, California, in 1975. The next year, he ...

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Italian ‘All About Apple’ Museum Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

All About Apple, an Italian non-profit organization that’s been operating for over a decade, has launched a crowdfunding campaign for All About Apple Museum, the “most comprehensive” exhibition of Apple and Apple-related products with over 9,000 pieces in its collection. The organization has assembled a team of volunteers and has been granted permission to use a new location in Savona, ...

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New Apple Campus 2 Tour

Apple Campus 2 Tour – see the progress on construction in Cupertino, California where the company is building its new “spaceship” to house over 12,000 additional employees, located near its existing Infinite Loop headquarters – February 2015 Source: AppleInsider Apple Campus 2 Tour – February 2015 from AppleInsider on Vimeo.

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The Wizards behind the Macintosh

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Chris Espinosa says, "There was no life before Apple.” At 13 years old he could be found cruising up and down the bus line in his home town, spending a few hours at each Byte Shop on the line until the owner threw him out.

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How the Founders of Apple Got Rich

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The two main Apple founders - Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak - both came from humble backgrounds and were not endowed with commercial success. In order to afford the first pieces of the Apple I in 1976, they almost literally sold the shirts off their backs. Jobs invested the proceeds from the sale of his VW bus ($1,500 dollars). “Woz” parted with his beloved programmable calculator Hewlett-Packard 65 and deposited 250 dollars in the company’s treasury.

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