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Apple founder Woz moves house over mobile signal failure

'You'll have to speak up, I'm on the mobile'

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Steve Wozniak - who co-founded Apple Computers - is moving out of his "castle-like mansion" in Los Gatos near the South Bay part of the San Francisco Bay Area, because he can?t get a signal on his mobile phone.

The LA Times reports that Wozniak has spent a fortune upgrading the house, stuffing it full of technology, extending the building and adding some fairytale features for his kids.

Now, though, he has decided to move to another of his homes so he can get a signal on his phone.

Somewhere without a mobile phone signal? Bliss. ®

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