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Steve Wozniak

9 Nov
Steve Wozniak, the renowned co-founder of tech giant Apple, was hospitalized in Mexico City on Wednesday, sparking conflicting reports regarding his condition. The 73-year-old scientist and tech entrepreneur was attending the World Business Forum in the Santa Fe neighbourhood of the Mexican capital. Initial reports suggested that Wozniak was admitted to the hospital after he…

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