Inside Homebrew: The Club Where Apple Was Born

Jan. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Today, Silicon Valley is the epicenter of the tech industry but back in 1975, when a group of local engineers and DIY tinkerers formed the Homebrew Computer Club, the personal computer didn't even exist yet. Those early meetings are the stuff of legend: Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak debuted the Apple 1 for the group, almost singlehandedly kicking off the PC revolution in the process. A group of original Homebrew members gathered recently at the Computer History Museum in San Jose for a reunion. Bloomberg's Jon Erlichman reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Square Rival iZettle Raises $67M From Intel and Zouk
37:10 - Today’s "BWest Byte" is $67 million, for how much iZettle, a Swedish payments startup and rival to Jack Dorsey's Square, has raised from Intel and Zouk. Bloomberg's Matt Miller reports on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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