Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will speak at a technology festival in Colorado this month.

The Telluride Tech Festival begins on Friday August 13 and lasts three days. It is a "celebration of the past, present and future of technology".

The Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame offers the following biography of Wozniak: "Teaming up with [Apple CEO] Steve Jobs, Wozniak led the engineering side of the Apple I, a logic board with read-only memory and a built-in video interface. He also played a significant role in the development of the first widely used PC, the Apple II, as well as the Apple IIe and Lisa. In 1985, Wozniak left Apple to take a job combining his two passions, computers and education. Wozniak continues to instruct teachers and students on the basics of computer technology."