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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak to Visit Vietnam Next Month

Next month, one of Apple's founders will come to Vietnam.

According to VnExpress, Steve Wozniak, one half of the duo responsible for the world's most valuable company (you know the other guy), will visit Vietnam to attend a Saigon tech conference.

Wozniak will be the keynote speaker for the December 2 event. The Apple co-founder is expected to discuss big data as well as cloud-based services with some of the country's major tech companies.

In the mid-1970s, Wozniak singlehandedly invented Apple's very first computer, the Apple I. The other Steve's contribution played a crucial role in developing Apple Computers, a company which has gone on to produce popular technology such as the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.

In Vietnam, Apple product sales have exploded over the past few years, prompting the US-based outfit to open a subsidiary here in August.

[Photo via Daily Mail]

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