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10 things in tech you need to know today

Apple Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. ​​Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go - click here for iOS and here for Android.Let's get started.1. Apple unveiled a bunch of new tech yesterday. The company announced its new iPhones (including an iPhone Mini!) with better camera features and battery life. Plus, it released a new Apple Watch with a slew of updates (including that it can tell if you fall off your bike). ...
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Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak is starting a mysterious space company called Privateer, possibly to clean up debris

Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak is starting up a space company. Sean Gallup/Getty Images Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak is launching an aerospace company called Privateer. Alex Fielding, who founded data firm Ripcord, is starting Privateer with Wozniak. Wozniak didn't say what the business would do, but a press release suggested it may clear up space debris. See more stories on Insider's business page. Steve Wozniak, who cofounded Apple with Steve Jobs, is starting a new space company...
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reveals mysterious space venture

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is to launch a new space company called Privateer Space that he promises will be "unlike the others."
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Tech Icon Steve Wozniak May Be Starting A New SpaceX Rival

Unlike most new billionaire-tech-guy-started space startups, this one has a tech guy that people don't hate
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak launching a new private space company

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and former Apple engineer Alex Fielding launching a new private space company. Privateer Space posted this teaser to YouTube but not other details are available. The company's Website suggests they'll share more information at the Advanced Maui Optical and Space Surveillance Technologies (AMOS) Conference later this week. — Read the rest
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Steve Wozniak Shares a Video About His New Space Startup

Tonight 71-year-old Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak tweeted ten words: "A Private space company is starting up, unlike the others." The tweet also included the URL for a new video just uploaded tonight to YouTube about a company called Privateer. "Together we'll go far," says the narrator, later offering these thoughts on the people of our planet. "We are explorers. We are dreamers, risk-takers, engineers, and star gazers. We are human. And it's up to us to work together to do what is right and...
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3 Gen Zers created a competition to connect young creatives with cash and careers amid the pandemic. Now, luxury giant Kering is getting involved.

(L-R) Harry Beard, Alexandre Daillance, Adam Flanagan Prospect 100 Alexandre Daillance, Harry Beard, Adam Flanagan are the cofounders of Gen Z competition Prospect 100. The contest seeks to connect young creatives with cash prizes and career opportunities. This is part of Insider's entrepreneur series Star, Rising which highlights early entrepreneurs and businesses. See more stories on Insider's business page. Name: Alexandre Daillance, Harry Beard, Adam FlanaganAge: 24, 21, 20 L...
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Apple II Manual Signed by Steve Jobs Sells for $787,483

An Apple II manual signed by Steve Jobs and Mike Markkula sold for $787,484 at auction this month after garnering 46 bids. The 196 page manual was addressed to Julian Brewer, the son of Michael Brewer. Michael Brewer negotiated distribution rights for Apple in the UK in 1979, and the manual had a personal message inside. "Julian, your generation is the first to grow up with computers. Go change the world! Steven Jobs, 1980," read Jobs' note.Julian recalls, "I was sitting in my bedroom writing...
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Working Apple-1 Computer, and Jobs' Leather Bomber Jacket and Other Apple Memorabilia Going up for Auction

A Steve Jobs and Apple auction coming from Boston-based RR Auction in August will see the sale of several classic Macs and other Apple memorabilia, including a rare Apple-1 computer, an Apple II manual signed by Steve Jobs, a leather bomber jacket worn by Jobs, and more. The Apple-1 that's going up for sale is from the collection of Roger Wagner, and it was previously sold in April 2002 at the Vintage Computer Festival in 2002. Wagner, who authored the first book on assembly-language programm...
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'Unicorn Hunters' Show Starring Steve Wozniak and Lance Bass Seeks TV Distribution

"Unicorn Hunters," a YouTube and Facebook show starring Apple-cofounder Steve Wozniak and singer Lance Bass as judges, is aiming to make its way to television, reports Variety. The show aims to find "unicorn" companies, which are startups able to reach a $1 billion valuation. A panel of investors called the "Circle of Money" serve as judges on the show, in a format that's similar to "Shark Tank." Circle of Money members include Steve Wozniak, Lance Bass, Moe Vela, Silvina Moschini, Alex Konan...
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‘The Masked Singer’ Producer Shopping Investment Series ‘Unicorn Hunters,’ Starring Lance Bass and Steve Wozniak

Singer Lance Bass, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and “The Masked Singer” executive producer Craig Plestis are among the names behind “Unicorn Hunters,” a crowd-financing competition series now being shopped for domestic distribution. The series centers on finding so-called “unicorn” companies — startups that reach $1 billion valuation, by attracting investors from around the world. The […]
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A group of friends auctioned Steve Jobs' 1973 job application in both print and NFT form to see which one people wanted more. The answer was resoundingly clear.

Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Winthorpe Ventures ran what it believes is the world's first physical-versus-NFT auction. It offered Steve Jobs' 1973 job application in print and NFT versions to see which had more value. Print was the clear winner, with a highest bid more than 10 times that of the NFT version. See more stories on Insider's business page. A 1973 job application from late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs has changed hands at several auctions i...
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Apple Museum With 1,500 Exhibits to Open in Poland

A museum dedicated to Apple and its products is set to open in Poland later this year, it has been announced. The museum will feature 1,500 exhibits related to the development and evolution of Apple products throughout the company's history. It is said to be the biggest and most complete collection of its kind in the world. Krzysztof Grochowski, President of the Management Board of Japko, the company behind the exhibition, said:We decided, together with our business partners, that it is our d...
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Does Canada Need ‘Right to Repair’ Law

Those of us who view the “no user serviceable parts inside” phrase as a challenge rather than a warning will sympathize with the right to repair movement. The movement is a growing phenomenon. It arises from frustrations when manufacturers of everything from electronics to cars to McDonald’s ice cream machines make it difficult for anyone else to repair what they make. The poster child for the movement is farm equipment manufacturers that refuse to give access to software on the machines. That p...
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Thoughts by Russ: Building a Future We Want

By Russ Freeman, PE Retired Special to The Digest One must wonder what a future Circular Economy might hold and whether we really want one? Since a tipping point seems to have passed in the swing toward such an economy, we need to rather urgently consider how to proceed. Real change means, rather than fixing what is not working, we should pursue a shared vision of a future in which old problems do not persist and then work toward making that vision a reality. In such a new world, envision: (1)...
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says he's 'totally supportive' of tech users right to fix their gadgets, which Apple has been lobbying against

Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak. Sean Gallup/Getty Images President Biden has signed an order calling for fewer limits on customers' right to fix their tech products. Apple and other tech giants are vigorously opposing laws at the federal and state levels. Steve Wozniak says he's for the right-to-repair, and that open tech is better for businesses and consumers. See more stories on Insider's business page. Steve Wozniak, who co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs, says he's fully i...
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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak: 'It's time to recognize the right to repair'

Woz is throwing his weight behind the "right to repair" movement.
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Woz backs right-to-repair movement

Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, threw his weight behind the right-to-repair movement Thursday. Apple, of course, would very much prefer you just bought a new one. "We wouldn't have had an Apple had I not grown up in a very open technology world," Mr Wozniak, its co-founder with Steve Jobs in the 1970s, said. — Read the rest
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Watch Steve Wozniak talk about the importance of the right to repair things

As Mister Jalopy said in his Maker's Manifesto, "If you can't open it, you don't own it." What's more, if you can't get the tools or parts or code to fix something you bought, you don't own it either. The BBC reported yesterday that the UK, the EU, and the U.S. — Read the rest
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Steve Wozniak Voices Strong Support for the Growing Right to Repair Movement

In what has become a growing battle between big tech companies and the people who use their products, iconic Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak recently spoke out in support of the right to repair movement. Read more...
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Apple founder Steve Wozniak backs right-to-repair movement

"We wouldn't have had an Apple had I not grown up in a very open technology world," Mr Wozniak said.
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Stream 160 In-Depth Radio Interviews with Clive James, Pico Iyer, Greil Marcus & Other Luminaries from the Marketplace of Ideas Archive

Would you like to to hear a long-form conversation about the history of the vinyl LP? Or about the history of human rights? About the plight of book reviewing in America? The wild excesses of the art market? The nature of boredom? The true meaning of North Korean propaganda? What it’s like to live in Bangkok? What it’s like to go on a road trip with David Foster Wallace? The answer to all of the above: of course you do. And now you can hear these conversations and many more besides in th...
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4 Creative Side Hustles You Can Try in 2021

Many aspiring entrepreneurs believe that going “all in” and quitting their jobs is the only way to build a successful business. But what if I told you the web presents ample opportunities to earn handsome cash on the side — you just need to find one that fits your skill sets. With a mostly “online” 2021 in stores for us, I’ve got four content-based, creative side hustles that can help you earn some nice income on top of your day job. Let’s first answer a common question about starting side busin...
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Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak lost his legal battle against YouTube over videos that used his image to promote bitcoin scams

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. AP Photo/Luca Bruno Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak lost his lawsuit over a bitcoin scam against YouTube. A federal law protects YouTube from being treated as liable for content posted on its platform. Wozniak has been given 30 days to revise his complaint against the Google-owned video giant. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak was told in a court ruling that YouTube isn't responsible fo...
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Current and former Oracle employees say there's a 'culture of fear' at its flagship cloud unit

Hello!Welcome to this weekly roundup of stories from Insider's Business co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday.What we're going over today:Oracle insiders say there's a "culture of fear" at its flagship cloud unit. The inside story of the man accused of murdering and decapitating his boss in NYC.Bank of America has lost dozens of salespeople from its mortgage unit."Reallocation friction" may explain why a full economic recover...
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Steve Wozniak to take stand: $1m suit claiming Woz stole idea for branded tech boot camp goes to trial

Apple co-founder's camp denies claims Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will face a trial next month in an Arizona district court over allegations he stole the idea of a Woz-branded programming boot camp.…
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Steve Wozniak Faces Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Over Branded Tech School (slashdot)

Slashdot reader Obipale quotes Gizmodo: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is facing a million-dollar lawsuit for allegedly stealing the idea to create a Woz-branded tech school, according to a weekend Insider report. Connecticut business professor Ralph Reilly claims he and Wozniak agreed to establish a "tech university" and sealed the deal with an on-camera handshake in 2011. The educational platform, which was aimed at teaching adults computer and other technical skills, would lean heavily on ...
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Steve Wozniak Faces Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Over Branded Tech School

Slashdot reader Obipale quotes Gizmodo: Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is facing a million-dollar lawsuit for allegedly stealing the idea to create a Woz-branded tech school, according to a weekend Insider report. Connecticut business professor Ralph Reilly claims he and Wozniak agreed to establish a "tech university" and sealed the deal with an on-camera handshake in 2011. The educational platform, which was aimed at teaching adults computer and other technical skills, would lean heavily on ...
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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Faces Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Over Branded Tech School

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is facing a million-dollar lawsuit for allegedly stealing the idea to create a Woz-branded tech school, according to a weekend Insider report. Read more...
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Job Application Filled Out by Steve Jobs in 1973 Sells for $222,400

A job application filled out by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs in 1973 has sold for a whopping $222,400 at auction in London (via iMore). The rare employment questionnaire went up for sale on February 24 with the auction lasting one month. Jobs filled out the application in hopes of landing a job after dropping out of Reed College, which he attended for around six months. A year later in 1974, Jobs joined Atari as a technician, where he later joined forces with Steve Wozniak to create Apple in 1...
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